This fantastic little halter top pattern really reminds me of Marylin Monroe and her carefree and playful fashion sense.
The whole thing has me dreaming of warm weather, grabbing my man and sneaking away to a beach somewhere WAY south of here and never coming back :)
But, alas, it's still winter for half the world so there are other options. I finished this multi-sized wrap blouse pattern before Christmas but didn't have much time to make a to do about it.
To enter, leave a comment to win telling me which pattern in my shop is your favorite. It can be a paper or pdf pattern. Please make sure that I have a way to get a hold of you if you win.
For an extra entry, you can do any or all of the following if you like:
1. Like A Few Threads Loose on Facebook.
2. Like Mrs. Depew Vintage on Facebook.
3. Mention this giveaway on your blog.
I'll announce the winner next Sunday, January 8th. Good luck!
Happy New Year Anna! I would love to be in with a chance of winning your second featured pdf please. I already follow your blog and both your Facebook pages. You have many gorgeous patterns in your Etsy store, but my favourite at the moment has to be: http://www.etsy.com/listing/79297402/teddy-combination-undergarment-vintageReplyDelete
Many thanks for another great giveaway!
I love your beach patterns! BUT these two new ones match my sewing goal for 2012, a more wearable "vintage" wardrobe. Are you planning on making the halter blouse in different bust sizes? I would love that!ReplyDelete
Excited for the giveaway!
I would have loved to make this blouse in different sizes but the curved halter piece threw me for sort of a loop. I think I could manage it but if I got it wrong, I have no one to test it on, and I didn't want to sell a pattern in a size I couldn't test and ruin someone's sewing experience.
Not technically a single pattern but I love the dress on the front of your 1949 pattern magazine, it looks so pretty and elegant. If I won I would love the halter pdf as it really does channel Marilyn and I love it!ReplyDelete
Ooo, love both!!! Great job! Liked your FB page and posted about it on my blog...ReplyDelete
Woops, here's the pattern I love...ReplyDelete
It's hard to pick just one! I would have to go with Butterick 3932 with that unusual draping on the skirt.ReplyDelete
Lovely new patterns! gahhh ...it's so hard to choose...I like Advance 2540, Vogue Special Design 4717 and your new halter top pattern best!!ReplyDelete
I've been spending too much time admiring all your patterns! I really like the McCall 8104 Artist's Smock and Simplicity 3019 Ladies Robe -- the double breasted is so unique to a robe! I love all the other skirts you carry, but hard to narrow.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year! I love this 60s boatneck blouse pattern: http://www.etsy.com/listing/79100116/simplicity-4513-jiffy-blouse-vintage?favorite_listing_id=79100116&show_panel=trueReplyDelete
It's so hard to choose, but at the minute I think my favourite is Mail Order 8683:ReplyDelete
I love the combination of the gathered details and puff sleeves with the clean lines and high waist of the skirt. Your new halter top is lovely (and since I already bought a copy of the blouse that's the one I'll be crossing my fingers for!).
I've also liked your Mrs Depew Vintage fb page.
I love this new halter pattern, sassy. If I don't win this fabulous giveaway, I may just have to get it for myself. Being on a blouse mission lately, I also love simplicity 1692.ReplyDelete
I like Mrs Depew on Facebook.ReplyDelete
I also like A Few Loose Threads on FB.ReplyDelete
Love your blog. I would love to have your Halter Top pattern. I liked A few Loose Threads on facebook too. thank you and a great2012!ReplyDelete
I would love to enter this giveaway! I am a 'liker' on your Few Loose Threads Facebook page. Love your patterns! Happy new year! Sam xoxReplyDelete
Oh yay! I love giveaways!ReplyDelete
My fave pattern on your Etsy shop is this: http://www.etsy.com/listing/87108930/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-dress-with
because of the sweetheart neckline and embroidery detail :-)
Also I already "Like" both your FB pages :-)ReplyDelete
I like the Pauline tap panties best but the new wrap blouse is a really nice addition for a wearable vintage wardrobeReplyDelete
I have to say, I think my favorite is your new halter top pattern. It's lovely and perfect for summer-time.ReplyDelete
I love both these blouses but I prefer the wrap blouse. From your shop I love the 1940's Two Piece Suit. Just lovely. I also like both of your facebook pages.ReplyDelete
My absolute favorite is this one.ReplyDelete
Well my favorite pattern is http://www.etsy.com/listing/87108179/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-1940sReplyDelete
I could use that dress in so many colors! Alas, it is not even close to my size :(
As far as pattern that I love that actually works for me, I would definately go with http://www.etsy.com/listing/75139320/1940s-ladies-bra-and-bandeau-printable
I am planning on getting that pattern once I get out of this whole holiday slump and finish the sew along I started with you. I am having some fitting issues with the other bra, but I think this one looks like it will work better. (though I am not giving up on the other yet)
I already like a few threads loose on facebook :)ReplyDelete
And now I like Mrs. Depew Vintage on Facebook :)ReplyDelete
I think your new wrap top and McCalls 6317 are both lovely. Plus many more! I have "liked" both Facebook pages AND blogged about your give-away at my blog passingallunderstanding.blogspot.comReplyDelete
It's so hard to choose cause they are all sooooo good!But if i have to choose i will go with this:ReplyDelete
Vintage Sewing Pattern 1940's Vogue Special Design 34 Bust S4717
I adore the 40s!!
I also liked "a few threads loose" on facebook :)ReplyDelete
And Finally I liked "Mrs. Depew Vintage" on FacebookReplyDelete
This one is definatly my favoriteReplyDelete
Too many lovelies! My favourite in your shop is the 1930s du Barry dress and apron:ReplyDelete
http://www.etsy.com/listing/87663755/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-dress-and, but I think that your new halter neck pattern looks adorable.
I really like the wrap blouse. But I am also leaning toward one of those vintage bra patterns. Would love to have one that really fits, is comfortable AND pretty.ReplyDelete