I know I am a day late, but better late than never I always say (probably because I am always late).
Anyway, I wanted to post one picture first, to prove that I do actually do my hair and makeup sometimes hehe. I can't believe I posted those pictures the other day without makeup and hair done.
Anyway, why you all came. The giveaway. It is only open to the US. I know, I am sorry, but it is really expensive to ship oversees and it can't be tracked and makes me all nervious, I found that out in my last giveaway.
The prizes.... well vintage patterns, since I still have some in my stash (yea, never ebay-ed them, oops). But at least all the pictures are right side up this time (which was a huge effort for the first picture, why does blogger mess witht he picture orientation?)
I think I will do the same thing with letting you choose up to 5. I tried to have a little variety for everyone.
Ways to enter... (all links to social media are on the right side bar)
1. Just comment on which patterns you would choose (don't worry about pattern numbers if not in picture - sorry about that. If you will win, I will contact you for the exact patterns desired)
2. Check out some old posts to see if you might be interested in following (following not required). Comment on what you would like to see more of (sewing I know lol)
3. Follow me on twitter (I generally post about giveaways and good things). Comment back her that you did. OR tweet about this giveaway on twitter (with a link back to here). Comment with a link to the tweet
4. Like a series of vintage sewing attempts on facebook. Comment saying you did.
5. Check out my pinterest boards (I am putting this last because you might get lost after this one). Comment with your screen name if you are on pinterest and what types of things you like to pin (sewing, vintage inspired, home making, etc)
I'll randomly choose ONE winner. The giveaway is now closed.
One more restriction... If you choose a vogue or mccalls pattern (besides the transfers) please send a picture to vintage vogue (see my last post ) to see if they might want to make a reproduction pattern from it. And scan it if they decide they want to.