Monday, 13 February 2012

Pattern Giveaway Winners!

Hello lovelies! Forgive me for the delay in announcing the winners, been busy sewing! :D

Btw, I pick random winners through, the lucky ones are #2 - Joanandkevin & #8 - Mila!

Congratulations to the winners, Wong the pattern designer will contact you via email and deliver your pattern of choice. Thank you to all that have participated!

Before I go, here's a photo of my favorite dress of the moment. I made this for pretty girl Mya, a size 5. It's supposed to have ruffled sleeves but somehow I forgot to sew it before I finish the seams with bias tape. I still think it's cute though and simply love that fans/scales print :)

Thursday, 9 February 2012

Pattern Review : Macy Dress and pdf Sewing Pattern Giveaway!

As promised in the previous post, I'm back with another pattern review from Petite Kids Boutique and this time I  sewed the Macy Dress!

When choosing the pattern I went straight to a pattern that includes a zipper option as I really, really want to learn the various ways of installing one. I tell you, after sewing hundreds of buttonholes for custom orders I am so sick of it I desperately need a different closure technique! Now, don't get me wrong, buttons are cute! But I personally find zipper easier to use when dressing the kiddos. If only the sewing of one is not as scary!

The construction of this dress is pretty straightforward, easy peasy. I sewed size 5T, a nice loose fitting, drop waist dress great for the active girl.

If you're scared of zipper, use the button option. I love it when pattern designers clearly show me step-by-step for both options. The zipper option for the Macy dress is using invisible (concealed) zipper and Wong (the designer) shows you how to do it when the dress is fully lined. I learned SO much from this pattern!! I feel like a "real" seamstress now that I know how to insert invisible zipper that is neatly sandwiched between the main and lining fabric, so cool!

Last weekend, the big family went to Port Dickson for a short getaway on the sandy beaches! It was a blast especially for the kids. I took the opportunity to take some photos of the lil model on the beach. 5 minutes was all I have before she screamed for her swimsuit lol!

All in all, as previously confirmed, Petite Kids sewing patterns are indeed easy to use and the designer herself is very friendly and helpful. I had fun sewing the Ceci Shorts and the Macy Dress, thank you so much Wong! :)

The discount code in my previous post is still valid until 15 February 2012. And now Wong has generously offered to giveaway TWO pdf sewing patterns from her shop especially for my readers, yeay!

All you have to do to enter this giveaway is to visit Petite Kids Boutique etsy shop here, come back and leave a comment below, stating which pattern is your favorite. Please also leave your email address in the comment so that the pattern could be sent to you. I will choose 2 winners randomly on Sunday, 12th February 2012. Good luck!!


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