Monday, December 20, 2010

Last Giveaway of the YEAR!!!

I know it's been a little giveaway crazy around here lately, but we've got one last giveaway this week--our last giveaway of the year!  And this time it's from...


And since we're all busy having fun with our families (I hope!) I'll keep this simple.


3 winners...


...will get to chose any pattern from the shop...






Want to enter?
  • visit Winter Peach
  • come back and leave a comment on this post
  • with your e-mail address
  • and tell me which pattern is your fav

Include your e-mail address: since the patterns will be e-mailed to the winners, only entries that include a valid e-mail address will be entered into the giveaway.  And of course it's okay to leave your e-mail address as sample (at) email (dot) com or in some other comprehensible form.  :)

This giveaway will close at midnight on Thursday, Dec. 23rd.
Winners will be announced on Christmas Eve!


Ready... Set... Enter!


Too impatient?  Need the patterns now so you can make Christmas gifts?  Enter the code 25REDKITCHEN in the notes to the seller when you buy and get 25% off your entire purchase.  Happy shopping

Merry Christmas!  :)

18 comments:

Dorothy said...

Looks like I'm first on the list today. Soooo, since I've got 8 granddaughters, my pattern choice would most likely be the Mary Jane flats from size newborn and up!

Janie said...

Definitely the suspender tie onesie pattern! janiebt at gmail dot com

James and Elizabeth said...

hahaha This is so perfect I was just looking at this patterned thinking "oh I wish I could buy this". Maybe I can win the contest instead :)

the pattern I love is
PDF Sewing Pattern - Flats for Toddlers 18 Month, 2T and 3T

And my e-mail address is
roemhildtfamily(at)yahoo(dot)com

Merry Christmas

gina said...

Gosh, it's hard to pick, but I'd probably pick the new winter hat pattern! Adorable!

Hugs,
Gina
gina @ gigglekidsboutique.com

Patricia said...

hey yo yo i would like to win one of the shoe patterns. i don't care which one. but i want one. and you know my email address. and this is ALISON not mom.

felicia said...

I love the buddy pack pattern. My daughter is jut getting into purses and bags.



3littlebirdsstitchco(at)gmail(dot)com

Jenniffier said...

So cute. I really like the Vintage Flair flats and the Winterwonderland Flannel Slippers both in adult size. It would be a very hard choice for me.

Tammy said...

I absolutely love the baby booties in 4 sizes. I am expecting a new grand daughter in a few weeks and would love to make her some.
Tammy
tstravis at aol dot com

Stephanie and Todd said...

I love the "Suspender Tie Onesie" idea!! I want to make it for my nephews, cousins, and friends' babies!

nmsoccerchick12(at)yahoo(dot)com

Ronda said...

I like the Mary Janes.

rrudnick@netnet.net

Julie Christiansen Rosenhan said...

Totally love the Vintage Flair flats newborn to women's size 11. I'd love to make my older sister a pair; she would absolutely LOVE them! julie(dot)lemagne(at)gmail(dot)com

Finnskimo said...

I'm torn between the baby booties and Babushka!

finnskimo at gmail dot com

Betty Rood ~nannato5 said...

my chopice would be http://www.etsy.com/listing/62384532/pdf-sewing-pattern-vintage-flair-flats vintage flair flats..
thank u and merry christmas!

chad and cheryl said...

How am I supposed to choose?! I do love the matroyshka softies though!

Stam-ish said...

I love the Baby Bootie in 4 Sizes with 3 strap options pattern. So cool.
nicolthepickle(at)yahoodotca

Bee said...

Hi there, just returning to your blog, haven't visited in while. I have a baby girl on the way, and I would LOVE to get the pattern for the vintage flair flats, nb to women's size 11. That way we can have matching mommy and baby shoes!

http://www.etsy.com/listing/62384532/pdf-sewing-pattern-vintage-flair-flats

Thanks for the giveaway!

Jennifer said...

Oh my...we're only allowed to pick one??? :) They're all so great!

I am torn between the Buddy Pack and the Mary Janes!

Jennifer
jneely0426@gmail.com

stefanie said...

Wow, I love the vintage flair baby flats. And they seem to be pretty simple - important since I am still quite new to sewing.

Happy Holidays
Steffi

78.sunnyside (at) gmail (dot) com