Tuesday, 4 February 2014

1940s Tea Dress Pattern Giveaway!!!

**THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED, THANKS EVERYONE WHO ENTERED**


To celebrate their first sewalong for their new sewing pattern range, 'Sew Over It' is offering readers of this blog the opportunity to score themselves a 1940s Tea Dress sewing pattern (pictured above). This dress style is a gorgeous, updated version of a vintage look that I guarantee looks amazing in both printed and solid fabrics. In fact, this pattern is close to my heart as it is one of the classes that I have taught at 'Sew Over It's' bricks and mortar shop/sewing school in South London, plus I helped develop the instructions for this pattern. Check out Lisa's delightful peaches and cream silk version pictured below, plus you can see my black version of this pattern here.

How to Enter:

There are three copies of this pattern up for grabs. This giveaway/competition is open internationally and with no cost to yourselves. All you have to do is help 'Sew Over It' decide which of their in-the-flesh classes they should release as a sewing pattern next. So head over to the classes page of their website and decide which garment you'd most like to be made available as a pattern and leave a comment in the comment box of this post. Along with your answer, please leave a way for me to contact you if you are successful (i.e. if I can't find your email address within two clicks of my mouse, leave your email address in the body of the comment). Email addresses will not be used for anything other than contacting you if you win this giveaway.


Make sure you have commented by midnight GMT on Wednesday 12th February to enter. The following day I will use a random number generator to select three winners for the three copies of the 1940s Tea Dress sewing pattern and contact them to get their postal addresses to forward on to Sew Over It so they can send out the prize.

Good luck lovelies!

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Kaitlyn said...

Vintage Shirt dress. The pattern looks fantastic, and I love the detail at the sleeve cap

Meggy said...

Such a flattering dress:)

Deanna said...

Such lovely patterns! I'm going to say that I'd like to see the Ultimate Shift Dress.

Milica said...

It's a tough choice between the pussy bow blouse and Joan's madmen dress, but I guess the blouse is better because it can be combined with both skirts and trousers.

Miriam said...

Love this site how great to be able to choose from such a great range. I think the 1940s wrap dress is one I'd love to use so flattering but still a really interesting silhouette. Fingers crossed I love the tea dress too and we've just moved countries so I have about 3 patterns to my name! :o)

LittleChicken said...

The vintage shirt dress :)

Sew little time said...

so many gorgeous patterns! i love the 1950s dress and the joan mad men dress, but i'm on a bit of a trouser thing at the moment and the 1940s trousers are perfect!

Louise said...

I love the Sew Over It designs - I would love to see a pattern released for the lace dress or 40s wrap dress!

I have been looking at the 40s tea dress pattern a lot recently and would love to win!

Louise

Jess said...

I really love their designs! I'd absolutely love them to release a pattern for the 40s wrap dress.

Juliette said...

Great designs...too bad I'm French and can't take the classes!
I fell in love with the vintage shirt dress, but I like the ultimate pencil skirt too!

@Beanbuttons said...

Can I have two? I love the Coco Jacket and the Vintage Shirt Dress.

Leigh said...

What a sweet dress. The next one should be the ultimate wrap dress!

sew rachel! said...

I know she's already released the ultimate wrap dress, but I think her 40's wrap dress is just so stunning and not like any pattern I've seen elsewhere. She should release that one! Artgirlrachel at gmail.com

Lorna F said...

I love the style of the ultimate pencil skirt, would love to have it as a pattern.

makesnbakes @ gmail . com

Mc Gonzalez said...

DEfinately the pussy bow blouse ! So weareable !

Sox said...

The vintage tea dress is lovely.
As for the next pattern release, my vote goes for the Mad Men Joan dress.
Thank you for hosting this givaway.

Rachel said...

The tea dress pattern is just lovely. For the next release, the 1940s trousers would get my vote!
My email is rach.porter@hotmail.co.uk

Shirley Ann said...

I love this tea dress! I remember asking about this pattern a long time ago when you were first making it! I think the vintage shirt dress is lovely as well!

Mai said...

So many lovely things, it's almost impossible to choose, but lurve the Madmen Joan dress, those tie necklines can be tricky but this version lies beautifully, Mai x email: orkneyinga at googlemail.com

ShelleyLou said...

The tea dress is lovely. The other patterns are great too. Ideally I'd like to move into their shop and work my way through the course list, do they do full board? The ultimate shift dress looks fab as does Joan, what a tricky choice, glad I don't have to decide. I'll go ultimate shift. Thanks for the opportunity, now I'll be dreaming of the tea dress in a slightly quirky fabric instead of thinking about work stuff. shelley@gibbfamily.co.uk

Eirini said...

I am torn between the pusy bow blouse and the Betty dress. Wonderful sewing classes- I wish I lived nearby...

die-fadenwerkstatt said...

The tea dress is beautiful. I would love to see the vintage shirt dress as a pattern.

fadenwerkstatt@t-online.de

Regrads, Claudia

Janey said...

Definitely the Joan Dress! I love seeing Lisa's versions on Instagram.

Katy said...

Ooh, it's a tricky choice. I am a massive sucker for a shirt dress though, so I think I'm going to have to go for their vintage version. Gorgeous :)

katy@sleeksilhouette.com

Anonymous said...

I love love love the 1940 Tea dress pattern !
It's an hard choice but I think it would be so great to released the Vintage Shirt Dress pattern.
melanie.lecoffre@yahoo.fr

Tania said...

An easy choice for me because the Vintage Shirt Dress is just so cute!

Madalynne said...

I'd love it if they made their cowl neck dress/top into a pattern.

maddie964@aol.com

Carolyn said...

The Ultimate Pencil Skirt!

Rehanon Mackenzie said...

I'd loves me some pussy bow blouse action. Thanks for the giveaway woot!

Alexandra said...

I think the vintage shirt dress definitely! For selfish reasons.... I want to make one! :)

Adri H. said...

I'm torn between the 1940's wrap dress and the Vintage shirt dress. Wow, what a lovely selection of courses!

P.S. just in case adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

Stephanie said...

Without a doubt it should be the vintage shirt dress!

lizziep said...

Ooh the tea dress is lovely in that colour.

They should release the lace dress pattern now - I've been looking for pretty much exactly that pattern for a few weeks!

ShanniLoves said...

Such a tough choice! I've been on a mad hunt for the perfect skinnies and those Ultimate Trousers look perfect!
shanniloves@yahoo.com

LLADYBIRD said...

Me me meeeee!! I've been dying to try my hand at these patterns :) I say their next go should be either the Joan dress or the Vintage shirt dress... or both :)

Carole Mellin said...

I'm a ballroom dancing grandma and I'd love to see the Madmen Betty as a pattern. mellincf@gmail.com.

Kristin at SunnySewing said...

vintage shirtdress! It is beautiful :D thanks!

Ronniie said...

My favourite is the vintage shirt dress, so I'd love to see this as a pattern release.

Marie said...

Ggggreat giveaway! It's such a tough choice in terms of the classes/pattern, but for me it's between the vintage shirtdress and 1950s summer dress!

Essi P said...

All the classes and garments look fab, such a shame I'm Finland so I can't attened the classes. My vote for the next pattern goes to the pussy bow blouse.

docksjo said...

I have been eying the Joan dress for a while but sense I don't live nearby and therefore don't have the opportunity to take a class is has been only eying. It would be wonderful to be able to bye it as a pattern instead.
The bow blouse is another one of my favorites as well as this one the 40's tea dress, amazing.
mail a docksjo dot com

Ingrid said...

Difficult to choose - there are many pretty ones. But I guess I'd go for the 1940s wrap dress.

Suzanna Forsythe said...

Thanks for the giveaway Zoe. I would def vote for the Vintage shirt dress - it looks gorgeous!!!

Rose 20something said...

I'd love to see the 1940s trousers pattern available, wearable and interesting silhouette!

Email rhcwilson@gmail.com

Steph said...

Not sure if this is already available as a pattern, but I love the Pussy Bow Blouse! My email is eteffi [at] gmail [dot] com.

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

The madmen Betty dress for sure!

elbi said...

I love the lace dress and the casual ease of the cowl neck dress but my favourite is the 40s tea dres which luckily for me is already a pattern :)

Rainpatter said...

40's Wrap Dress

Rainpatter said...

40's Wrap Dress

Craft Sanctuary said...

I love the Joan dress! Thanks for the giveaway!

Laurel said...

I've been in love with the kimono jacket for a while and would love to see it as a pattern!

Woolly Mammoth said...

The Ultimate Shift Dress! So simple but so many possibilities for customising to meet your own style.

Anonymous said...

There arr far to many beautiful options, but I think the 1940s wrap dress is unique and would make an awesome pattern.

ainsliegdotgmaildotcom

Nissa Ramsay said...

I did your ultimate shift dress and full circle skirt class before you had any commercial patterns available. At the time I was desperate for your tulip skirt pattern to practice further with (learn lining, darts) so I'd recommend that. Now I've come on a bit further in my sewing i'd definitely buy the vintage shirt dress.

Caitlyn Myers said...

The Lace Dress, definitely. I'm often tempted by lace in RTW but it usually turns out scratchy and unpleasant. I love the idea of a dress pattern with tips on working with lace, plus it could be made up in other fabrics for a completely different look.

Janine Kloubert said...

What a wonderful pattern.... I would like to test it. And I love vintage pattern.

Amy said...

Oh wow.. I'd love to see the vintage shirt dress turned into a pattern, its gorgeous! tough decision though!

teaandrainbows said...

What a sweet dress! I think they should do Joan's Mad Men dress next!

Marie said...

Has to be between the 40's wrap dress and the vintage shirt dress.

All of the garments are beautiful but some of the others are more similar to patterns that are already available.

stokescroftstitching(at)gmail(dot)com

Cam said...

They had a class on how to make a 60s inspired coat. I'd love to buy that pattern.

craftylittlesecret.com said...

I can't deciding so I'm voting for two patterns: The vintage shirt dress is just adorable and I love me some wide leg trousers so I gotta vote for the 1940s trousers too!

PS. I clicked on the link to your version of the Tea Dress and it is so cute, love the buttons!

Cheers,
Eileen
ilenclanky@gmail.com

vanessa said...

I'd love to see a pattern for the Mad Men dress: Betty.

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Gingham Ginger said...

While I need a pencil skirt my vote goes to Madmen Dress Betty. I would make with a gingham print and wear it in a photo for my blog title. Nenanadines@gmail.com

NAAN POCEN said...

I am torn between the ultimate shift dress and the Madmen Joan dress......I think I will go with the Joan dress.

naanpocen@gmail.com

flossieft said...

I think the lace dress as I have not seen any patterns like it around.

L. said...

I think it should be the ultimate shift dress or maybe the pencil skirt? hard to decide, they all sound so good. Thank you for the giveaway!

C said...

I've been gazing at the pictures of those classes for so long - I'm very excited there are patterns now! I'd love to see the 1940s wrap dress in a pattern too!

carita dot kazakoff @ gmail dot com

silkpinsandstrawberries said...

I adore that dress! Fingers crossed. As for the next pattern.... it's got to be the shirt dress. It's gorgeous!

Hope everything is going well with the babe - it's such a lovely time isn't it? (hard too but so so lovely)

Rox said...

Love the shirtdress and the ultimate trousers, but if it came down to one... I'd pick the dress!

Thanks!

guillemetter gmail.com

Elena said...

Wow, what a plethora of gorgeous patterns! I'd love to see the pussy bow blouse. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

girliefrank said...

I'm a huge fan of either the cowl neck dress or the kimono jacket.

The 40s tea dress is darling!

Angela
girliefrank@hotmail.com

Natalia said...

PLEASE let it be the pussy bow blouse! I've been trawling the Internet trying to find the ideal pattern, as well as buying loads of patterns that aren't quite right.

subversivereader said...

Oh, the vintage shirt dress, hands down. That is simply gorgeous (subversivereader@gmail.com)

Alayna Sanders said...

I'm in love with the 1940's trousers! I can never seem to find that perfect pattern for high waisted trousers.

email-alaynarsanders@yahoo.com

smallmole said...

Ooh - there are loads of lovelies but I think I'd vote for the Ultimate Trousers - I'd really like someone to hold my hand through making some capri's!

the craftytraveller said...

What a treat. I'd like to vote for the Vintage wrap dress (narrowly edged out the Joan for me) please. Your version of the tea dress is delightful. My address is lawson(dot)rachel(at)gmail(dot)com
Thank you :-)

martywhits said...

Definitely the Vintage Shirt Dress.

m_whitter@hotmail.com

Grace Ainsworth said...

Ooh I love this pattern so glad it's back in stock! I'd love to see a pattern for 1950's summer dress, it's too cute and I'm longing for sunshine!! (graceainsworth@hotmail.com)

Hen said...

Definitely the cowl neck dress. What a sweet little jersey number, quick sewing at its best for those sew-today-wear-tomorrow weekday projects. I love the tea dress though! Thanks for the giveaway.
Hen x (hfritzsch (at) hotmail.com)

mimiasovitch said...

I love this dress, and would also love to have a chance at the 1940s wrap dress. Gorgeous.

Naomi said...

I think the vintage tea dress is probably the coolest but I already have a similar pattern so... (ahh, so hard to choose as there are a lot of great options!)... the coco jacket. The cowl dress was a close runner up.

velosewer said...

Love this dress. It's just darling.

Beth Byrge said...

Cowl neck dress! Love that the cowl isn't too overstated.

libraknitsandsews said...

I love the shirt dress, but possibly partly because I have already made myself a dress in that fabric ;-). My choice would be for the 40s wrap dress, it looks very stylish and versatile. And I haven't seen a similar pattern anywhere else. And I'd like to make one.

Patty said...

An ultimate wrap dress would be my choice for the next pattern!

talethreecities@gmail.com

Christina H said...

Oh I'd love to see the Madmen betty dress! It's so gorgeous and I've been trying to find a pattern like that! My email is chrissy.hopgood@gmail.com!

Louise Perry said...

Great giveaway. I'd like to see them bring out the madmen Joan dress. Looks fabulous.

thecuriouskiwi said...

I would love the chance to win this dress, thank you - I think they should make Vintage Shirt Dress next :) melissarobson81 [at] gmail.com

SparrowsAndSpools said...

I've been eyeing this pattern for a while now - thanks for the giveaway!

Gillian said...

ULTIMATE TROUSERS!!!!!! (Sorry, did I yell that? Just got a little excited there... ;) Seriously, there are not enough indie trouser pattern out there. That's my vote! Thanks!

Rachelle said...

1940's trouser pattern would be my pick sable at xtra dot co dot nz

Angela said...

The wrap dress first, then the shirt dress. Love them!

Rory Franklin said...

Oh, please, please, please offer the Vintage Shirt Dress. I love that!

Mo said...

I really like the tulip skirt, so that would be my vote. Great giveaway - love this 40's tea dress.

Anonymous said...

The vintage shirt dress is gorgeous
helen [dot] wojtas [at] hotmail [dot] com

Marchelle AD said...

Vintage shirt dress or shift dress. Love the ruffled collar on the shift dress!

Shelley Carr said...

I love the madmen joan dress. I think it would be perfect for work on a cold winter's day. The ultimate shift is pretty fabulous too, though.
Love the site!

Anonymous said...

I adore this pattern. I bought a few yards of a beautiful floral rayon challis to make a dress from this pattern, only to find out a few days later that the pattern had sold out! I think Sew Over It showed publish the 1940's Trousers pattern next; it reminds me of my grandmother who taught me how to sew.

Sierra.hale@rocketmail.com

66stitches said...

Shirt dress. And my second choice is the shirt dress. Please? There are surprisingly few modern updates and it's about time there was a good one!
(66stitches.wellington@gmail.com)

Susanna Mollah said...

I'd say the Vintage Shirt Dress for sure! The possibilities of fabric choices are endless!155

StarryA said...

I love the vintage shirt dress, especially in the gorgeous fabric they have made it in!
Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

gcrox@hotmail.co.uk

eitchy said...

The Tea dress is really cute and so flattering so this is a great giveaway!

I'd love to see the Tulip Skirt as a pattern. I like the shape and it's a look I haven't seen elsewhere.

escorpio spray se

tialys said...

Well, I love the Mad Men Betty dress but that might be because it looks like it has been made up in Liberty tana lawn which is such a dream to work with.
I would love to attend a class but I rarely go over to the U.K. for long enough to attend anything with more than one session. Tant pis!

Claire W said...

Has to be the Joan Dress! Christina Hendricks looks amazing as Joan and if having a dress like that makes me feel even a fraction of as good as she looks in it, I would be one very happy girl!

TextileQueen said...

Hi, i love the 1940's wrap dress, it is beautiful :) nikiehughes@hotmail.com

Ms Viola said...

I vote for the Kimono jacket, but the 1940s wrap dress is a close second! shannaludwig@gmail.com

SimpleFibreLife said...

Oooh too many good ones. The Vintage shirt dress looks lovely.

Nessie said...

I would go for the Ultimate Wrap Dress. nessiesews @gmail.com

JackieNj said...

This is a new to me company but their designs look lovely. I would love the Ultimate Wrap Dress.

Jane said...

Madmen Joan or ultimate trouser!

Anonymous said...

Oh I love this dress! I'd also love them to release the 50s summer dress. izzysews at gmail.com

Jane said...

Oh this pattern has definitely got my name on it, I'd love to win it! For the next pattern release I'd love to see the 1940's Wrap Dress (GORGEOUS!) or the Pussy Bow Blouse. x

Anonymous said...

The 1940s trousers! I haven't seen any similar pattens around and it would be something I couldn't really draft myself

Ann said...

All their patterns are great.The pattern i would like them to release would be either the 50's summer dress or the shirt dress.
annmarshalluk@gmail.com

Meriwether said...

I'm going to be boring and vote for the ultimate trousers, since I'm gearing up to make my first pair of pants soon!

Laura said...

Ooooh, so hard to choose! I love both the tulip skirt and the lace dress...

Tam Francis said...

Wow! So cute. I'm all about the 40s even wrote a vintage swing novel where my characters sew vintage www.girlinthejitterbugdress.com.

I'm so happy to have find your site! Will share :)

Bridget said...

The 1940s wrap dress has my vote. It's such a beautiful silhouette.

Lauren of Rosie Wednesday said...

The 1940s wrap dress! These patterns are beautiful. Thank you for the giveaway!

ginny said...

I vote for the Vintage Shirt Dress. I am very fond of shirtdresses, and the exquisite collar on the Sew Over It dress is making me swoon! ginny [at] tidepool [dot] com

Surf Jewels said...

Love this pattern, really liking the Madmen dress: Joan pattern too, loving the neckline. I can already see fabrics to make this in :)

Hannah.
http://surfjewels.tumblr.com/
surfjewels@hotmail.co.uk

Ruth Procter said...

They're all lovely but I think my vote would go to the Tulip skirt or the Betty dress. nightingaleanddolittle@gmail.com

HazWool said...

Lots of choice, but I think I'd go for the betty mad men dress.

frk.bustad said...

That pattern is just amazing, and I love it in coral! It's really hard to choose from the Sew Over It designs... love the shirt dress, joan's madmen dress, the pussy bow blouse... and the pencil skirt is perfect, but I don't know if I would ever manage the fit if it was a pattern... I think I'll vote for the pussy bow blouse!
frk.bustad[at]gmail.com

Seamstress Erin said...

Joan or Betty. Because there are a lot of us obsessed with Mad Men :)

Lita said...

Mad-Men Joan dress :-)
Thanks for the giveaway :-)



gergana.j.kostadinova[at]gmail[dot]com

Joanne said...

I'd love to see the pussy bow blouse as a pattern. But I also love the Joan Madmen dress. So many lovely choices.
zoe.livana(at)gmail.com

Thanks for the giveaway and hope all is well with you and the baby.

aem2 said...

Oh, pick me! Pick me! It's my birthday coming up and I love that tea dress.

I'd love a pattern for that pencil skirt or the pussy-bow blouse.

aemphysics at gmail dot com

Dichohecho said...

The tea dress is such a lovely design - it's been on my Pinterest since way before there was a pattern.
It'd be cool to see the lace dress as a pattern - I reckon people would happily pay for well-written instructions on sewing with lace - I don't think I've seen an indie pattern out there that specifically uses it.
I'm dichohecho [at] gmail [dot] com

Yvonne said...

I like the Ultimate Shift dress very much, but the 40's trousers would be great too. MAybe I go for the trousers because this world needs more good and well explained trouser patterns.

Anonymous said...

the Ultimate Shift dress or the Joan dress.
thanks!
jennifer s
geekisastateofmind@gmail.com

Mary Katherine Parker said...

I'd love the vintage shirt dress. BTW, I clicked on the link to see your version of the 1940's tea dress. I LURV those buttons!! I suppose, if you wanted to use them on another project, you could always get buttons similar in size and alternate them...
I'm mary.katherine.parker [at] gmail [dot] com

L said...

I'm going to say the 1940's wrap dress-I think women's fashion from the 40s is fabulous.

gmail.com address of: ford.47LL

Hazel_Myope said...

Ultimate Trousers! :-D

PoldaPop said...

Definitely the Joan dress! I love that collar! Thank you for hosting the giveaway. I'm at poldapop[at]gmail[dot]com

Unknown said...

The lace dress would be a useful pattern

Unknown said...

I'm not unknown that was me above. Love the lace dress suzandury518@hotmail.com

barbarajane said...

the lace dress is lovely, though its hard to choose. bjanegray1atgmaildotcom

ldolan25 said...

Love the 40's wrap dress, and the madmen Joan Dress. these could be worn for work or play ;-) The Lace dress is stunning too, but would have to be saved for a special ocassion!

lisacdolan at gmail dot com

Stephanie Lanzetti said...

Vintage shirt dress, then all of them. How gorgeous are they?

Steffy65ltpatiinetdotnetdotau

Miss Emmi said...

I love the Madmen dress joan!

kibbleking(at)yahoo(dot)com(dot)au

Jenni said...

The vintage shirt dress would be my choice! a beautiful classic.
jmurdison (at) gmail (dot) com

craftylittlebugger said...

The 1940s trousers, they are amazing! If they don't release it I might just have to book a class...

my email is craftylittlebugger@hotmail.co.uk

World of Woolcraft said...

It has to be the 1950s summer dress

grace said...

1950s summer dress is the pattern I would love, so pretty

Sewing Mum said...

I'd make the kimono top. Please pick me! I need to do some selfish sewing and revamp my wardrobe and this is just the thing. janetlehain@hotmail.com

Penny Dugmore said...

ooo! the Joan dress for sure :-)

thequirkypeach said...

Love this tea dress pattern!!!

The one that really caught my eye was the cowl neck dress - haven't seen many good patterns for this style :)

EMS said...

I would love to see the kimono jacket released as a pattern. Such a classy look!

Nikki said...

So many to choose from, but it's a toss up between the Vintage shirt dress and the 40s tea dress. Both are just me.

Anonymous said...

Its a tough choice between the vintage shirt dress and the Mad Men Betty dress but I think I would have to go for the vintage shirt dress! :) hollyarmstrong2003@hotmail.com

Hana said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to make the 1940's wrap dress, it looks so pretty :-)

Anonymous said...

Definitely the vintage shirt dress.
Lovely! kirstystewart1 (at) hotmail (dot) co (dot) uk

Unknown said...

The wrap dress .... but with the madmen twist ! kellerko@gmail.com
pick me pick me pick me !!!! hehe

PaisleyPirouette said...

I would love the Vintage Shirt Dress Pattern released!
SaSa

Jen said...

Oooh, I think the Ultimate Trousers look pretty great, I'd choose those. x jen_rachel_wright@hotmail.com x

Vairë Gwîr said...

Kimono jacket!

sorbetsurprise said...

I would love to enter this giveaway, the pattern looks lovely!

Hannah Ellis said...
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Hannah Ellis said...

Oooh I love all the patterns at the Sew Over It classes! It's where I first learnt to put my sewing skills to good use making clothes (so I'm blaming them for my addiction now, hehe!) :) I would really love to see the Joan dress as a pattern as I looove long sleeved dresses for the winter!
Email: htheoe@hotmail.com

lifeisjustduckie said...

It's such a toss up between the 1940s Wrap Dress and Joan's Madmen Dress. Both patterns have wonderful details and could be flattering in any number of fabric choices and colours. Since I have to pick one I think I'll go with the 1940s Wrap Dress.

Rachael said...

The Wrap Dress! It's the ultimate in versatility.
Spittlebug29@gmail

Slauditory said...

I would say the Ultimate Wrap Dress! It looks comfortable and elegant.

Slauditory said...

Oh, and my email is slauditory @gmail

Patricia said...

Vintage Shirt dress - just because my shirt dress at college was a disaster but then I was studying knitwear. love the look of this
Patricia

trish42@live.co.uk

englishgirlathome.com said...

What great classes & designs. I have to say the 'Madmen dress: Joan'. So glamorous!

The Old Fashioned Way said...

I think the vintage shirt dress should be the next one. Its pretty lush! As is this dress.
oldfashionedwaybeirut@gmail.com
Thanks!

jessica said...

How beautiful! I think I'd vote for the Joan dress as a next pattern.

Lady Via Hickli said...

That dress is beautiful, I have a stash fabric that would be perfect. I'd love to make those ultimate trousers as well.
Vicki
Vicki_halliday@yahoo.co.yk

vintagerockchick said...

I love the tea dress, it's just like a ready to wear dress I tried on but resisted because I wanted to make my own. As for the next pattern release, I thought it was going to be a difficult decision- until I saw the MadMen Betty dress, then it was no contest!

Jeannette Durand said...

The vintage shirt dress is my choice: well fitted and versatile

naomi said...

Oooooh the cowl neck dress / top. That would be awesome for a work to night out dress....
u1162375 at unimail.hud.ac.uk

thillsd said...

OMG. Too many cute garments!!
I was going to pick the Vintage Shirtdress but then I saw the Lace Dress and that HAS GOT TO BE THE ONE!!!
Gorgeous.
I NEED a pattern for that Lace Dress!!!

thillsd@gmail.com

Comfort said...

vintage shirt dress - beautiful!

rosanna181@gmail.com

Mother of Reinvention said...

The shirt dress would be great as the next pattern. It's lovely.

Denise said...

I absolutely love the lace dress. It is gorgeous. BoomerBabe2@gmail.com

mdmaybe said...

The cowl neck dress/top is gorgeous!

Alessa said...

Ooh, I've had an eye on those patterns! They look so pretty! Hmm, I can't really decide between the Ultimate Trousers, the 50s Summer Dress and the Vintage Shirt Dress, they all look gorgeous!

Plutomeisje said...

Lovely dress! I would like to see the tulip skirt become a pattern, never seen a skirt pattern like that one before. :)

Greetings,
Eline

plutomeisje[at]gmail.com

Chrystal McKay said...

Ohhh! What a gorgeous pattern! I would say the 1950's Summer Dress pattern!

Nadia Mehdi said...

Awesome! Thanks for the opportunity. I'd totally make the 1940s trousers if that pattern was available :)

Caroline said...

The Joan dress for me!

Helen said...

Either the vintage shirt dress, or the ultimate trousers! But really they should just release them all!

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Grace Cunningham said...

the 1940's wrap Dress!

Gaenor said...

I would vote for the Vintage Shirt Dress. Or failing that the 1940s trouser.

Marie said...

I would love to make the kimono jacket: I consider it to be a very rewarding project, great for summer, great for nice prints...
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Two Madels said...

Pussy bow blouse so lovely!

Anonymous said...

The vintage shirt dress would be tea-lightful. Thea_mcintosh@hotmail.com

Carol Adamson said...

My vote would be for the 1940s wrap dress. Beautiful.

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Kirsty Speich said...

The Ultimate Pencil skirt or the cowl neck top/dress they are just lovely!! great patterns though!
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Alexandra Herrmann said...

The 1940s wrap dress of course! :-)

Carmen said...

I love the Joan dress. I have to practice a bit my sewing skills until I get to that level, though...

Sheryl said...

The Betty Draper dress is one of my favourites which I would love to see pleeeeeeeeaaaaasssseeee! Xxx

Tracey Burgess said...

Definitely the ultimate shift dress - a nice simple pattern for those just venturing out into the world of dressmaking

Anne said...

1940's wrap dress, so feminine, so flattering, wearable every day, would love to make this! Great contest! Anne_haisma@hotmail.com

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Glenys Binstead said...

I think you should do the 1950s summer dress as your next pattern.... it was hard to choose as you have a lot of very nice items that you make for your classes. I had to enter. That 1940's tea dress is LOVELY and I'd love to win a pattern....

cathy said...

I vote for the Joan dress!

Ana Loureiro said...

Love the ultimate trousers :)

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