Monday, February 21, 2011

Giveaway!

I think it's high time that I did a giveaway, don't you?

So as a great big thank you for all of your nice comments and support, I am giving away one of these babies:


Enter to win a Birds of a Feather apron by becoming a follower of my blog and leaving a comment saying what's next on your sewing "to do" list.

Get a second entry into the giveaway by blogging about my giveaway. Just leave an additional comment with a link to your blog post.

The winner will be chosen February 28th at midnight!

77 comments:

  1. LOVE that apron! My "to do" list isn't quite as ambitious as yours...I actually have a pile of shorts/pants/shirts that I need to sew on some buttons/fix a hem/etc. Sounds boring huh? Yeah, that's why it's been on my to-do list for so long! haha

    hmiller521@hotmail.com

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  2. i dont know how to become a follower! i just added you to my list of inspiring blogs though! and next on my to-do list... i want to make some knockoff matilda jane dresses for my daughter for our upcoming vacation! LOVE that apron! i would love it even more in mini size for my little one! she loves to help me bake!

    lucinaselima@gmail.com

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  3. Oh my goodness I love this apron. My next sewing project is to make a couple of custions for the two little ones to sit on while watching tv. Thanks so much for the chance to win this great prize. Lots of luck everyone.

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  4. perfect! i love it! hmm next on my sewing to-do list.... which probably wont get done until i finish this so called "college education" thing, is to finally sew together the curtains that I already have cut out and ready to go. haha pathetic really...

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  5. I'm a follower and believe or not my next project was to make a ruffled apron!

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  6. already a follower, and i think i have some baby toys to sew, a vintage fabric snake, jonah and the whale zipper toy, maybe i will squeeze some time to make a skirt for me in there:) cutefatandshort.blogspot.com

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  7. I am a follwer! I am busy sewing a baby bumper and a makeup bag!

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  8. I couldn't pass up this giveaway and a chance to own one of your super cute aprons. I am a follower! And the next thing on my sewing list is another t-shirt dress (this time using jersey material probably and elastic thread (thanks for the tip!)).

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  9. I'm a follower and next on my to do list is a mustard color pencil skirt.

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  10. I'm already your follower....and I should probably start slow and sew back on a button that fell off my jacket :) But if it helps to win that adorable apron, I'll try to sew something more spectacular :)

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  12. it's soo cute! and i'm already a follower..
    next for my is one of your precious t-shirt dresses! it's a heather gray shirt with deep purple knit for the skirt! my mom and I are going to work on it this afternoon!

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  13. Followed! My next and very first sewing project is a nursing cover for a friend whose baby shower I am hosting this summer ~

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  14. That apron is gorgeous! My next project is a dress for my sister's wedding!! And I'm a follower :)

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  15. I am already a follower. I have been for awhile. I love everything you make, especially this apron.

    My next sewing project is going to be one of those cardigans you made. I am inspired and although it will probably take me forever, it sure beats spent 40$ at Old Navy to buy the same cuteness!

    You are so, talented!

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  16. For my second entry, I posted over here about the giveaway

    www.lauraohearon.blogspot.com

    :)

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  17. Beautiful apron! I'm a follower and my next sewing project is a spring outfit for my daughter.
    mindilong(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. what a cute apron! my sewing list is forever long right now... carseat cover, baby boy quilt, boy burp cloths, binky clips, boy pants, summer dresses for m, new pottery barn style duvet cover- i could just keep going!

    and i'm a follower of course :)

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  19. I blogged at www.mama-oh.blogspot.com :)

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  20. I am a follower and the next thing I am sewing is doll clothes for my grandkids! They love American Girl dolls. I am also sewing a quilt.

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  21. I am a follower and the next thing I will be sewing is some designs on the homemade cards I make!

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  22. I've been following you for a while :) I love to see the cute stuff you come up with. It's always an inspiration. I have a million things on my list. I need to finish binding a quilt, make a couple skirts for the girls, make a dress for Grace. There's always a list of things I want to make! That apron is so cute, I would love to win!

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  23. What a beautiful apron! You are amazing! I'd love the apron, especially with my last name being Bird :)

    I sew hooded towels for my friends when they have babies. I'm about 6 behind, so thats my upcoming sewing project!!

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  24. i am a follower of your blog and my next sewing adventure will be some curtains for my house.

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  25. I'm a follower... and love everything on here... I wish I could make a cute cardigan like yours! My sister commented above that she was going to try to make one, so maybe that will be my next project too, since I'm not quite the sewer!!

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  26. My friend and I are making a costume for me to wear to see Lady Gaga next month! so excited!

    I love the apron :)

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  27. I am a follower of your blog and I love it! I am in desperate need of an apron, I recently got married in August and failed to get one, which means I have to be extra careful while cooking so I don't get food on my clothes....oooops! My next sewing project is going to be sewing some lace onto a ruffle skirt I bought from old navy for $3, I am thinking/hoping it makes the skirt look more vintage.

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  28. LOVE it! You are so talented!!

    I am going to attempt to sew a new duvet cover.. I was thinking about trying to duplicate the ruffle duvet, but after your post on your shower curtain, I think I'll do something a little less intense!

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  29. I've been following you on bloglovin' for a while now, but just got my first sewing machine last week. I have the instructions for your socialite skirt printed and I would love to tackle that once I figure out my machine!

    The Auspicious Life

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  30. Leanne, I love this apron! You are such a wonderful creative person to follow. I enjoy getting to see what projects you are into at the moment. With the wedding coming in July I have a great deal of creative projects in the making. As for sewing, I will be creating my very own ring bearer pillow in the likeness of the ruffle shower curtain you made. It was beautiful! Happy crafting!

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  31. Well, next on my to do list is to learn how to sew! :)

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  32. I have visited a few times and now I'm a follower! Next sewing project...My sister has a seven month old and just found out she is pregnant. Since I also have two little ones 15 months apart, I understand her conflicting emotions of excitement and let down for not being able to get back in shape. (Don't get me wrong, she is very excited!) so next up, I'm going to help her to a take off of your Nautical dress and make some maternity dresses for her for the summer! Wish us luck!

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  33. next to do on my sewing list is sewing more PRC headbands and necklaces! http://peacerepublicclothing.blogspot.com/

    Gotta loveeee my PRC. and that apron of course. I hope I win it aka it's sooooo ahh-dorable!

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  34. Stumbled upon your blog and just became a follower! Lovely projects posted here. My sewing to-do list is pretty basic; I just finished altering some button-up shirts (making them more fitted) and plan to make a t-shirt dress! Thank you for inspiring me to break out the sewing machine!

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  35. You are inspiring me to get my sewing done! I am going to make place mats and a table runner for our new table set we got. Keep the ideas flowing!

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  36. I love your blog and I love the apron! You look super familiar..im thinking its from my BYU days. Anyway, my next project is to attempt your shirt dress.

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  37. Yay for giveaways! You know I love everything you do! My next sewing project... Does asking my sister in law to teach me to sew count?

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  38. Love this apron! Next on my sewing list is my daughters 1st birthday dress!!!

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  39. I'm a follower and I love this apron! My next sewing project - I'm seriously going to make the shower curtain you just finished! We just bought a new house and I'm so so so excited to have my bathroom decorated with that amazing shower curtain!

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  40. I'm a new follower and I LOVE this apron! I can't say I have a lot on my sewing to do list but I have a lot on my baking to do list and this apron would come in mighty handy :)

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  41. That's an adorable apron! I am already a follower :)

    I have a few things on my sewing TO DO list. I want to sew this skirt pattern I have from New Look, but I need to find the perfect fabric.

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  42. I'm a follower and love everything that you do. I show my friends your blog all the time because you're so talented! My next project is the Socialite Skirt. I fell in love with it, and just got material for it, and now I'm saving it for the girls weekend with my SIL's and Mother-in-law. I just barely got my first sewing machine, and I don't want to mess this skirt up, so I'm waiting for help. Thanks for all of the amazing tutorials! I love this apron! Oh question for you.. since I the fabric district isn't close... where else can you find cute knit fabric? I went to Joann's, and they only had solid colors, but I would love to make more skirts and shirt dresses with a printed fabric.

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  43. I am a follower!!

    My next sewing project is a "faux chenille heirloom baby blanket"

    But I really wish I could sew some new skirts and dresses from your site. I am 32 weeks pregnant and have decided to wait until after this baby comes to make some new summer clothes!! I cant wait! (Especially for the pinwheel skirt!! EEEK!)

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  44. I absolutely love the apron! I desperately need a new one too. I am a beginner sewer but found a cute pattern for a frayed quilt and would like to attempt it. I have a few friends who have done them and I love them. I am a follower too!

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  45. http://theclaytons-erin.blogspot.com/

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  46. I am a follower of your blog! I love it! You are so talented. My next sewing project is to make curtains for my newly remodeled bathroom! Wish me luck!
    Kelli Stuart

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  47. I've become a follower of your blog! You are so talented. I need to learn how to sew but I would love to make a quilt.

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  48. Wow, this apron is adorable!
    I am a follower! For my next sewing project I am making some pajamas for my little boy.

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  49. i am a follower. I lvoe your blog. Next thing i am sewing is a couple of crayon Rolls, for my Mom's primary class. and for a friend

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  50. Love the apron!! Would be so excited to wear it while whipping something up in the kitchen! :) I am definitely a follower! :)

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  51. I love your blog! It is truly inspirational to find someone who adores fashion and sewing and does it all modestly! Thank you!

    Next on my list is a dress for my baby girl. I made one without a pattern and it was, well, disastrous. So, I'm attempting another. We'll see how it goes. And after reading your Cardigan post, I'm going to make myself one of those... I LOVE cardigans.

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  52. Love the apron and your blog! My next sewing to do are a few pillows for birthday presents for my nieces and nephews and capes for their party :)

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  53. I LOVE your blog, and this apron! It will be the perfect thing to take with me to college as i cook up beautiful masterpieces!! My next sewing project is a quilt to match my newly painted room!

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  54. My next sewing goal is to make some new shirts for the spring.

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  55. OK I am not the best sewer, but your shower curtain gave me the idea of making the pottery barn curtain with the ruffle circles on it. I am hoping that it goes well you were my inspiration to do so. I have been following you lately and I tell everyone to come and visit your blog.

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  56. So cute! My next thing to make is curtains for my house--I've only ever made bean bags and a grocery bag dispenser, so I'm in for it, don't you think? :) I'm excited, though!

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  57. I am already a follower (and hope being family doesn't eliminate me from the drawing). My next sewing project would be...after getting a machine...to finish an apron for my mom that I started when I was 14/15...not going to tell you how many years it's been since then but I'll just say it's been a decade or two.

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  58. http://happinesswhereeverwego.blogspot.com/2011/02/are-you-feeling-lucky.html

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  59. I am so excited to be a follower of your blog! Absolutely love the creative side of all your projects. My next sewing projects are pillowcases and clothing for the children in Haiti.

    Thanks so much for your giveway!!

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  60. I am absolutely a follower, wouldn't miss your blog posts for the world!
    Next on my sewing 'to do' list are definitely some great skirts to welcome in this fabulous spring weather! After all, a girl can never have to many skirts! :)

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  61. I am officially a follower and lover of your creations. and i love love love this little ditty in particular. my next sewing project is new pillows for my couch - I'm tired of looking at the ones I have, and I refuse to pay 50 bucks a pop. So, why not create??

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  62. I'm a follower. And I'd just like to sew anything at all. My mom was a seemstress for many years doing bridal alterations and I just never bothered to learn how to sew. Pathetic, I know. So maybe I'll start with something simple like pillows, or altering a onesie for the babe.

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  63. Next on my list: Something ruffled, I need ruffles!
    capturingbeauty@hotmail.com

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  64. I am a follower. Next on my list is a throw pillow for a friend.
    aubreyfick@yahoo.com

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  65. Just became a follower! Darling Apron!!
    Renee
    daisy1282@aol.com

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  66. i'm a follower now - the funny thing is i only just found your blog today!!!
    i'm sortof new-again to the whole sewing thing... recently got an amazing sewing machine and am re-schooling myself on the craft.
    next up on my sewing list are some clothes for the doll a friend requested i make for her birthday... also miscellaneous ornaments for the ARC christmas tree my fiber-arts group sponsors (this year our ornaments will focus on heart shapes and felted items)

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  67. Where do I even begin with my sewing "to do" list? I would say that my next project will be some bedding for my baby boy due in June. Here's to hoping! ;)

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  68. This blog is darling! The next thing on my sewing to-do list is make the RUFFLED SHOWER CURTAIN!!!!! I saw that and fell completely in love!

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  69. I just discovered your blog and I LOVE IT!! I cannot wait to try the lace skirt. It is beautiful. I love your ideas and I love your tutorials... you make it seems so simple. Hopefully my stuff turns out as good as yours!!
    To do List...
    1: Lace Skirt
    2: Ruffled bathroom curtain (LOVE IT)
    3: Other projects I now have on the back burner :)

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  70. The next thing on my sewing list s to alter some hand-made dresses I inherited from my grandma a few months ago when she passed away. I'm so nervous though because I don't want to ruin them.

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  71. I am a follower of your lovely blog. I am embroidering a baby blanket for my friend's daughter and sewing a dress and doll for my niece.

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  72. I am now a follower :)

    Seeing as how I am handicapped in the sewing department I don't have many sewing projects lined up, but I love this blog and love the idea that one day (with the help of your tutorials) I could actually USE my sewing machine! When school is over my first project will be a pillow for our couch, since I should probably start with something simple. Then I will move on to one of your skirts!

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  73. Just found your blog and Love it! My next sewing project will be this hopefully, it's absolutely beautiful!

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  74. My next project is to sew some bell-bottom overalls for my baby girl, and assemble all my scrap fabrics into a patchwork scrap quilt.

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  75. My next project is making curtains for my baby's nursery!

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