Sunday, 1 May 2016

Happy Me-Made-May'16! Fabric Godmother 'Dream Wardrobe' Giveaway

**THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS HEATHER!!!**


HAPPY ME-MADE-MAY'16!!!!! It's here and I'm sooooo excited to get cracking and to see everyone's challenges unfold. As with previous year's, we will be celebrating this month of awesomeness with weekly competitions/giveaway for the participants of #MMMay16 to enter. I will be hosting two, and the lovely Jen from Jennifer Lauren Vintage will be hosting the other two. And ohmygoodness, is this first one a cracker!


UK-based (but will send internationally) online fabric seller, Fabric Godmother, has offered up a very exciting prize: a month's instalment of their 'Dream Wardrobe' project kit. 'What's that?!' I hear you ask. Well, when someone signs up for the dream wardrobe package, they receive a style consultation with Josie, owner of Fabric Godmother. She finds out all about their style preferences, lifestyle, colouring, body type and so on, then they will receive one package per month for the duration that they have signed up for that contains everything required for a fantastic sewing project. 

(some stunning rose print stretch cotton sateen, available here)

It's such an amazing idea and would really benefit lots of sewers. Maybe you are fed up with making the same type of garment project and need a gentle push towards something you may not usually gravitate to? Maybe you're frustrated by having made poor fabric choices for sewing projects in the past, and would like someone else to take on that part of the equation for you? Maybe you simply don't have time to go shopping for all the elements required for a sewing project and would appreciate receiving them all in one bundle in the correct colours and necessary quantities, so you can crack on with the fun sewing part?

(elegant 'Delphi' layered maxi dress pattern by Named patterns, available here)

To enter, all you have to do is answer a quick question to help Fabric Godmother stock the things you'd really like to see in their online shop. Quickly visit the sewing pattern section of their site and see which of your favourite indie sewing pattern brands they don't currently stock that you think they should. Leave your answer in a comment at the bottom of this post, and remember to include your email address if I can't easily find it within two clicks of my mouse.

Every time I host a giveaway, I end up having to redraw the winner because someone didn't leave a way for me to contact them. If you win but there's no email address, then there's no way to get the Dream Wardrobe instalment to you. 

Your email address will not be used for any purpose other than contacting you if you are the winner. Please remember that the giveaway is open to participants of Me-Made-May only. Leave your comment by midnight GMT Saturday 8th May 2016. I will pick a winner by random number generator the following day and contact them.

Good luck!

191 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Ooh, lovely giveaway! Some of my favorite indie pattern designers that I'd love to see on that list are Jennifer Lauren Vintage and Blank Slate Patterns.

Gillian said...

Well dang, that's hard, because she is already carrying my favourites... but I don't see Thread Theory, and I think they are great! What a cool prize!
crafting.a.rainbow.blog@gmail.com

c said...

Love me some thread theory! :)

corrie said...

Papercut Patterns and Deer and Doe!

jain1023 said...

True Bias, Muse patterns, Marila Walker, Tread Theory,Jennifer Lauren Vintage,Decades of Style, Maven Pattern, Pauline Alice and Made by Rae!

Jodie McGovern said...

Definitely Deer and Doe. What a lovely prize! Their website's really easy to navigate!
Jodiem.99@googlemail.com

Emily Handler said...

Well, I'm not really sure I can answer the question because I don't use patterns so often, but I see that other people mentioned that Deer and Doe are missing, and I've tried their Plantain pattern.

Nadja Schäfer said...

Deer and doe and thread theory. Thanks for the giveaway and for organizing meade may. It's the first time I participate. Nadja_schaefer@freenet.de

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Becca said...

Deer and Doe as well as True Bias :D so excited for my first made by me may!! rebeccadesouza11(at)gmail(dot)com

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Christine Rauch said...

Deer and doe, papercut and Pauline Alice! Thank you for the giveaway, and I'm really excited about me made may :)
tine.rauch@googlemail.com

Hagar Reynolds said...

Wow you have such a great selection already! I'd love to see some patterns by Style Arc . This is such a great giveaway

Hagar Reynolds said...

Oh email address is hagar227@gmail.com 😀

Frankie Carson said...

I'd love to see some thread theory or deer and doe. But the maxi dress you've posted is amazing! Think I've fallen in love!!

Frankie

Knitwitsowls@gmail.com

EmilyRose said...

Totally agree with deer and doe. And thread theory - the boys often get left out, right?
Emilyrosemach@gmail.com

Elaine Reeve said...

There's a fantastic range already, and I'd like to see Deer & Doe, and a wider range of Hot Patterns
elaine99@hotmail.co.uk

Elaine Reeve said...

There's a fantastic range already, and I'd like to see Deer & Doe, and a wider range of Hot Patterns
elaine99@hotmail.co.uk

Sue B. said...

I would like to see Style Arc patterns , or paprika patterns

Alison said...

Deer and doe
Alisonrgreer@hotmail.com

Maxthecat said...

There are already so many on their website, what a great choice! My suggestion would be Thread Theory - something for the men (but I'd make their peacoat jacket myself!).
Steph.arnold.26@gmail.com

Maxthecat said...

There are already so many on their website, what a great choice! My suggestion would be Thread Theory - something for the men (but I'd make their peacoat jacket myself!).
Steph.arnold.26@gmail.com

Jennifer Nelmes said...

I'd love to see some True Bias & Thread Theory patterns there.

Meg said...

Thanks for the giveaway! Some Deer & Doe patterns would be great!

Joy said...

I'd love to see patterns from Merchant and Mills.

Nathalie Sews said...

Deer and doe and thread theory would be nice. Thank you for the giveaway!
nathaliesewsthings@gmail.com

Almost a Hippy said...

Happy me made may! This giveaway is amazing, thanks so much. I'd love to see some deer and doe, papercut or Pauline Alice patterns

The Crafty Creek said...

Hi, It would be great to see some Deer & Doe, or Republique du Chiffon, if you can persuade them to translate to English :-)
Thank you for the giveaway
mhcreek@hotmail.co.uk

Jess said...

I've just discovered Wear Lemonade and definitely have a bit of a crush! Great prize, have already posted my first #MMMay16 post on insta (@teaduststitches) :-)

Susie Mazur said...

Deer and doe would be nice but also Lisette patterns, as they are now managed by Oliver + S!

Caroline said...

Capital Chic, Salme Patterns, Deer and Doe, Merchant and Mills and Liesl & Co would be great additions to the already impressive catalogue of independent pattern companies already listed on the Fabric Godmother site.
Caroline at ett@oddpost.co.uk

hmetcalfe said...

I'd love to see some Christine Haynes patterns - been looking for the Emery dress in particular
H.
(hshandcrafts at Gmail.com)

hmetcalfe said...

I'd love to see some Christine Haynes patterns - been looking for the Emery dress in particular
H.
(hshandcrafts at Gmail.com)

Anonymous said...

Merchant and Mills please, also I do love Marilla Walkers patterns!

emilyashmore at me dot com

Claire Corry said...

Hi there, it would be great to see itch to stitch - I love the Marbella pattern. Also paprika patterns, Pauline Alice- I love my Xerea dress. Clairejcorry(@)gmail(.)com

ellinoora said...

Fancy Tiger Crafts :) I'm in the process of making my Fen dress now! I love the Paprika patterns as well, and Thread and Theory. Maybe adding back issues of magazines like Knipmode and Burda?

elinoora at gmail dot com

twigletqueen said...

I'd love to see hey june patterns,but so many other good suggestions here as well! I'm not blogging these days, but participating in instagram @pieandhandkerchiefs! H.c.sturdy@gmail.com

twigletqueen said...

I'd love to see hey june patterns,but so many other good suggestions here as well! I'm not blogging these days, but participating in instagram @pieandhandkerchiefs! H.c.sturdy@gmail.com

Fabric Tragic said...

Dessine moi un patrons have some rather chic designs!

Sofía said...

Wow, they carry nearly EVERYTHING!! If I could add anything, that would be come Cali Faye Collection patterns (https://www.califayecollection.com/), and also Wear Lemonade patterns (https://www.califayecollection.com/). The latter is a French indie company and they're SO chic! ;)

PD: You can email me at silverliningatelier@gmail.com :)

Anonymous said...

How about Papercut and or Republique du chiffon? Thank you! Sal@sewingunlimited☺️

PaisleyPirouette said...

Oh, that is a lovely giveaway, thank you!
My dearest companies are Papercut Patterns and Deer and Doe.

Paisleypirouette@gmail.com

theresa shingler said...

I'd really like to see Deer and Doe there.

Anita Smith said...

The dream wardrobe is such a brilliant idea, I love it

I'd love to see some Papercut Patterns included

thedodgysewer@gmail.com

Stella said...

I would love to see some Christine Haynes patterns as well as Deer and Doe. Love seeing all these pattern companies I've never heard of. It is not going to be kind to my wallet.

pitchinwoo at gmail dot com

rrjane011749 said...

Some Deer and Doe would be nice!
rrjane011749 at yahoo dot com

Rachel said...

Papercut patterns and Pauline Alice.

astudyinstitching@gmail.com

jenny said...

Hi, what a great competition prize. I had a look and they have so many to choose from now bit couldn't see thread count patterns. I would like to see threadcount as only had them with magazines but always great style and fit.
Email address: smithjen49@googlemail.com

Lindsay said...

Thread Theory would be great!
lr[dot]woodward[at]gmail[dot]com

Birgitte said...

Oo, what an exciting concept! I'd like to see Thread Theory and Pattern Runway patterns as well as the very good selection they already have. :) Email: indigorchid[at]gmail.com

Christine said...

Thread Theory is my vote, even if they still have a wide range to choose from

Cheryl Bush said...

There's a nice variety already, but maybe Voilette Field Threads and New Horizons Designs.

cheryl@sewcando.com

Nikki Resendes said...

Deer and Doe! Definitely!
nmresendes (at) gmail.com

SoleCrafts said...

I'd love to see the Waffle patterns. their coats are fantastic. solecrafter@gmail.com

Pal K. said...

Decades of Style...I have been dying to try their Three's A Charm jacket for a while now...
ibsensfabric@gmail.com

Amanda said...

I would love to see StyleArc patterns, they have quite a variety to choose from! amanda_chanel@hotmail.com

Denise said...

StyleArc and Papercut Patterns would be great!

amy mayen said...

I don't see Hey June patterns, and I love them! Mayendesigns@gmail.com

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Alicia said...

I'd love to see some Deer and Doe on there! alicia dot passfield at gmail dot com

helen frampton said...

I think Deer and Doe patterns would fit in well with the others they stock! Ahsh.frampton at gmail.com

Jayne Eagle said...

They stock so many already but I think they are missing Merchant and Mills patterns, the adult and children's ones.
Thestitchingmagpie@gmail.com

Nicole said...

Deer and Doe! What they have is already fabulous!

vanessa said...

Oooh! It's so fun to discover new pattern makers through these comments. I cast my vote for previously mentioned Hey June and Style Arc. I think Made by Rae and Kitschy Coo would be great additions if PDF patterns are included in the store.

passfailsewing@gmail.com

vintagerockchick said...

Wow, they seem to have most bases covered, but Christine Haynes and Merchant and Mills would make great additions.
vintagerockchick@hotmail.com

Nicole said...

Kahn.nicole@gmail.com

JB_Kiwi said...

Brilliant prize Zoe and Josie! I'd love to see Made by Rae and Christine Haynes - I can't be dealing with pdfs anymore!! I'm missjbain at gmail dot com. Xx

allie J. said...

Make Lemonade--a french company--would be a cool addition!

hello at alliemjackson dot com!

Emily said...

What a wonderful service!! The one pattern company that I absolutely love and didn't see listed is Thread Theory. I've made several of their patterns for my husband, and they're so fun so sew that I don't mind that they're not for me!

My email is titaniaem (at) gmail (dot) com

Hilde said...

papercut patterns seems like a great addition to me!
what a great service, I would love someone to help me out with colors, style and fabric/patternmatching.
my email hilde (dot) 84 (at) live (dot) nl

Catherine said...


Papercut Patterns and Deer and Doe for me too :-) Other than that they already stock my favourites!

ckirby(at)clkdesigns(dot)co.uk

Kathryn said...

What a great giveaway! I've been eyeing up the Landgate jacket by merchant & mills so maybe some of their patterns would be good. And also thread theory. My email is kmhairi [at] gmail [dot] com

Erika said...

What an amazing idea, if I'd live in the UK I would immediately sign up for this service! But now that you are hosting this giveaway it would be an amazing possibility to try it out. The one brand I would love to have added to their site is deer and doe!

serindje a t gmail dot c o m

Lotte Bertelsen said...

Maria Denmark
Lottebertelsen(at)me(dot)com

pocketforsweets said...

Already stocking a great selection of indie patterns, but I've just discovered Pauline Alice — they have some lovely patterns ☺️
pocketforsweets@gmail.com

Lana van Leeuwen said...

They are not stocking Rosie&me patterns which are awesome. http://www.rosieandme.com/ And yes I might be the model for the plus line :D

My email is lana at leesvoer dot net

Bryony said...

Definitely Pauline Alice and what about Paprika Patterns? Lingerie is a bit niche (and may only be Pdf too) but Orange Lingerie and Evie Luve DIY have some great patterns x (bolney78 at gmail dot com)

Alice said...

Paprika Patterns and Deer and Doe

aeb990@outlook.com

englishgirlathome.com said...

That's a pretty extensive selection already! I'd say Decades of Style & Blueprints for Sewing.

Toni McNulty said...

Here we go!!!

Christine Haynes! Love her stuff. :)
ctwdgirl@gmail.com

Alison said...

What a fab giveaway! I think Thread Theory would be a nice addition to the already amazing range!
(heavenlyhandmades@hotmail.co.uk)

Rebecca Burnett said...

Awesome giveaway! They seem to have a great selection. I'd love to see Deer and Doe, Republic du Chiffon and maybe some more indie lingerie. (sewpomona@gmail.com)

Claire Cooper said...

Some Jamie Christina patterns. Or some lingerie. I love mmm. Gonna try to wear at least one me made everyday and do some destashing too. Art.coopsville@gmail.com

Regan Louise said...
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Regan Louise said...

Woops, sorry I accidentally removed the comment !
When I signed up to participate in MMMay 16, I thought I knew how awesome the sewing community was, but the generosity of you guys keeps astounding me! I'd love to see the Fabric Godmother stock some PaperCut Patterns, their designs are so chic.
(reganlf@gmail.com)

Tatiana Vovchenko said...

Christine Haynes, Papercut Patterns, and Deer and Doe.
tatiana.vovchenko@gmail.com

Meg said...

What a great giveaway! Is it possible to stock something like bootstrap patterns?
messagemeg@gmail.com

Olivia said...

I love this idea! I could certainly use a fresh perspective. It's seems everyone loves Deer and Doe patterns. I also like Paprika Patterns. Now and Then also have some really cute patterns but I've not sewn any.

badmomgoodmom said...

Islander Sewing. http://stores.islandersewing.com/patterns/

badmomgoodmom@gmail.com

Olivia said...

H.Olivia.Hart@Gmail.Com

Olivia said...

H.Olivia.Hart@Gmail.Com

Olivia said...

I love this idea! I could certainly use a fresh perspective. It's seems everyone loves Deer and Doe patterns. I also like Paprika Patterns. Now and Then also have some really cute patterns but I've not sewn any.

Alexandra said...

I love Christine Haynes patterns and they aren't currently stocked! The emery and marianne dresses are dreamy :)
Email: alexandrampatterson (at) gmail (dot) com

Heather Feather said...

I love Hey June patterns!
feathersflights@gmail.com

Sharon said...

Definitely Thread Theory, all the men in our lives deserve at least one garment made by us using Morgan & Matt's patterns.

This is a very generous give away - Email - sharonspils (at) gmail (dot) com

Sally Kendall said...

HAPPY ME-MADE-MAY! I would love deer and doe patterns as they look like ever so cute patterns bit never took the plunge to try them!thanks for the chance to win!sally(at)uskendalls.co.uk

Beata Khaidurova said...

Deer and Doe and Papercut Patterns are two companies I love the aesthetics of that don't seem to curently be stocked... I have yet to sew anything by either of these though, they are on my to-do list :P

Christine said...

They already stock many of the companies I'm familiar with, but as others have observed, Deer and Doe aren't in there.
chwatsonuppsala(at)gmail(dot)com

vanähsa said...

They already have a huge selection, but I would suggest Thread Theory and True Bias.
vanaehsa(at)gmail(dot)com

Alison said...

They have most of the pattern ranges I use but I'd also like Thread Theory and Deer & Doe.
alicat4(at)live(dot)co(dot)uk

Anonymous said...

At the risk of being repetitive... Deer and Doe and Papercut. Great giveaway!
anneehill7 (at) gmail (dot) com

Aubergine Kenobi said...

I'd love to see your Dolores pattern there Zoe, I love it! Another pattern company I like is SCCC Patterns, as their patterns are made for the petites among us.

Great giveaway!

Greetings from Belgium!

Ioanna said...

I would love to see Salme Sewing Patterns. Thank you for the giveaway!
ioa_pet-(@)-yahoo.com

Tania said...

I'm impressed by the number of indie pattern companies showcased by Fabric Godmother already! I'd add Thread Theory, Deer and Doe and Papercut.

Kathrin said...

Recently discovered that I love 'Sew over it', but it's already there. I would love to see 'By Hand London' and 'Thread Theory'. That's such a great giveaway!

All the best from Germany!
Klein (dot) nirhtak (at) gmail (dot) com

Amber said...

Decades of Style and True Bias please! Thanks for putting this whole thing on! whisperingmadcow at hotmail dot com

juju said...

I would like to have Tesutti patterns available here in the UK.
jujuvail (at) iCloud (dot) com

Anne Essex said...

My vote would be for PaperCut patterns.
Thanks for such an amazing giveaway. I am just getting back into sewing after a twenty year break, having forgotten how much fun it was. My email is AnneEssex at btinternet dot com

Linda said...

Another vote for Deer and Doe. Thanks for an awesome giveaway:) Pierce(at)tinyworld.co.uk

Jacey Scott said...

Wow, there's already great stock!! What a great giveaway. It would be great to see Papercut and Deer and Doe added to the list.
jaceystitches(AT)outlook(DOT)com

Claudia said...

I'd vote for Baste + Gather; I'm hoping to make the Birkin Flares! claudiabmanley(AT)yahoo(DOT)com.

FamilyTalk said...

I love Wardrobebyme. The Akinori dress is my goto. mediator@comcast.net

Louise Perry said...

I'd like paper copies of Muse patterns but not sure if they do them. Likewise marilla Walker patterns. Pauline Alice patterns look amazing too. What a great giveaway. Have my fingers and toes crossed!!! Perryfamily75@gmail.com.

Sarah said...

This giveaway is so interesting! I'd never thought a service like this would be available. Ingenious!
I like the Megan Nielsen Virginia Leggings pattern!

Claire Sutherland said...

What a great pattern selection they carry already. I would like to see True Bias x
Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

Tash Cleeton said...

So many pattern companies are already stocked, lovely to see :) Although I would like Doe & Deer to be stocked, like their stuff
natasha.cleeton@gmail.com

Another Sewing Scientist said...

I'd also love to see True Bias patterns - I made the Southport dress and loved it.
Vicki @ anothersewingscientist.blogspot.ca
vicki_muise@yahoo.ca

Ruth Procter said...

What a fab prize! Josie has a great selection of patterns already, but I'd love to see Christine Haynes and Pauline Alice there too!
nightingaleanddolittle @ gmail.com

Heather said...

What a fantastic prize! Pheww, that's a tough question though since all of my favourites are already there (all of Grainline Studio's patterns in particular). I noticed that they carry the Hummingbird pattern from Cake Patterns, but no others. That'd be my suggestion, particularly Tiramisu (which is one of my all-time favourite patterns). Going through the listings though, I discovered a lot of pattern companies I'd never heard of! Thanks. :)

sewingonpins at gmail dot com

Robynne said...

Wow! Looks like they already have almost everything! But it would be fantastic to see Deer and Doe on there as well.

Shauni S said...

Wow what an amazing prize! They already have a great selection, but it would be nice to see Papercut Patterns on there too.

magnificent.thread[at]gmail.com

Nicola said...

How about Made by Rae and Thread Theory, already stocking a fantastic range though. Thanks for the giveaway �� nic_bostock@yahoo.co.uk

Masustak Eguzkitan said...

Vote for Deer&Doe and Liesl&Co. Thanks for this awesome prize!!!!!
masustakeguzkitan(at)gmail(dot)com

Du fil et mon ... said...

My vote for : Tilly and the buttons ! I like ... love it !

Emily Audette said...

I'd love to see papercut patterns on their site! Email is audrews2017(at) gmail.com

Jenny Holmes said...

Great giveaway! So many pattern brands available already but how about Fehrtrade for sportswear? I've not used their patterns but love the designs. Jenny Ig:silverbellsandcockleshells

KarenB said...

Paper cut patterns also like waffle patterns

Gemma Homer said...

They already carry most of my favourites but I think Papercut and Pauline Alice would be a good addition from poogle01@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I'm missing Deer&Doe and Sew over it :) n . grabbet [at] gmx . de (remove all spaces)

Rebecca Sinclair said...

Deer and Doe

rsoverduin@hotmail.co.uk

Efwa - Medea said...

I'd love to see Deer and Doe Patterns and Pauline Alice are favourites I miss! You'll find me at info (at) medeas.se

Wis said...

I'm missing 'How to do fashion' and 'Maria Denmark'. By coincidence to Danish designers (I'm not Danish ;))
wis(dot)geysen(at)telenet(dot)be

stella s. said...

Waffle patterns are Not listed, and pauli ne Alice, i like the patterns very much.
Greetings from germany Stella
stellamaria73@googlemail.com

Jenny said...

So great to see MIY Collection and Simple Sew patterns. Would be great to have some more French ones like Pauline Alice and Deer and Doe!

P.s. Loving Me Made May so far! I go to bed thinking about what I'm going to wear the next day, I've never done that before!

(thewardrobearchitect at gmail dot com)

ShelleyLou said...

They have a great selection already. I think Made by Rae would be good as I fancy a few of her patterns but can't face the sticking together of PDFs. shelley@gibbfamily.co.uk.
Prize sounds fab, would be interesting to have someone else's option in what I should make that not my kids'!

Brooke Dillon said...

Great selection! I would add Christine Haynes and/or Deer and Doe.

Julie said...

I've just discovered Paprika Patterns -very clever designs. And True Bias. Always.

Masha said...

Liesl & Co. I saw they had Oliver+S but I didn't see any of the Liesl & Co patterns listed. roundtheworldgirl @ gmail dot com

Shannon said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I'd love to see Deer and Doe and Papercut patterns added to the store! I'm also drawn to some Named patterns too lately, although I have yet to try one.

aem2 said...

Well, they have a remarkable range of brands already, but Wearing History would be a terrific addition.

aemphysics at gmail dot com

GiddyAunt Lola said...

I really like Compagnie Sewing Patterns - particularly the little girls dresses. The Louisa dress pattern is a great one for adults and children so you can dress your daughter as a mini me in the same dress :) domesticgoddess76@hotmail.com

erin said...

I love me some Deer & Doe and think that would be an excellent addition to their impressive pattern range.

Mariliza said...

lovely pattern selection. I eould love to see Deer and Doe. Spoolstories@gmail.com

ByJulie said...

What a huge selection!! For me Deer and Doe is missing, I really love the fit of those patterns
eljuly74@gmail.com

Vicky said...

There's a fantastic selection, but I'd like to see Made by Rae included as well.
victoria.wilcher at gmail.com

Etemi said...

Hi, Tessuti Fabrics does some lovely patterns, it would be great to see them stocked on this side of the ocean! :) etemiotubu@gmail.com

Hannah said...

Ah what an amazing giveaway!
Deer & Doe would be lovely :)
htheoe@hotmail.com

Sue said...

The Itch to Stitch patterns are fabulous, or Deer and Doe.
sstoney@mac.com

Sasha Rocket said...

Plus one for Deer and Doe! I love their patterns and can't find anywhere to buy them in the UK (email address is sashamckenna@gmail.com)

Renee said...

Salme patterns! renee.ryberg@gmail.com

Martha said...

I had no idea that there was a resource like this. I love the current pattern selections. I suggest Tessuti from Australia. marthamyers@gmail.com

Captain Obvious said...

I vote for Thread Theory patterns.

Dana Tougas said...

Snapdragon Studios or Dear and Doe would be great additions. dtougas@bellsouth.net

Rebecca said...

I immediately thought of Fehr Trade, but I think these are all paper patterns. In that case, I'll second the Papercut and Thread Theory suggestions. Both lovely pattern companies!

I'm reachable at rsreagan at gmail.com

Sylvie - Madame Créative said...

All the French independant pattern makers are missing: Deer&Doe, République du Chiffon, Pauline Alice...
And Paprika Patterns too!
lafamillecreative@gmail.com

Bridget said...

I love sewaholic and grainline so I'm glad to see they stock them, I've never sewn a Thread Theory pattern but I love their looks and philosophy so would love it if they were stocked to make them easier to get hold of.bridgetannkelly(at)gmail.com

Bridget said...

I love sewaholic and grainline so I'm glad to see they stock them, I've never sewn a Thread Theory pattern but I love their looks and philosophy so would love it if they were stocked to make them easier to get hold of.bridgetannkelly(at)gmail.com

Marzipan piglet said...

Style Arc would be good, I don't know f they are stocked in many fabric shops. I'm also a big Sewaholic fan so I'm really glad that Josie stocks them.

Sewingelle said...

What an awesome giveaway! I'd like to see stylearc, tessuti and merchant and mills. Email is jafc dot editor at bigpond dot com

Kate B said...

I think it would be great if they stocked Christine Haynes. :-)

kashtastic42 at gmail dot com

EmSewCrazy said...

Wow! What a fabulous idea! They already stock my favorite designer, Cake Patterns. Thread Theory and Style Arc are also good.
Thanks for a fabulous giveaway! emsewcrazy at yahoo dot com

mamadevlin said...

Great collection! I would add:
Merchant and Mills- The factory Dress
Oliver and company-gallery tunic
Sew tessuti- pia dress

konzacreative@gmail.com

Megan said...

I'm a big fan of Muse Patterns as well as Seamster Patterns, so I'd love to see them get more exposure :) Thanks for the amazing giveaway! showandtellmeg(at)gmail.com

Chuleenan said...

I love the idea of a "dream wardrobe"! I recently bought a dress pattern (Cinema Dress) by Liesl + Co., which is part of Oliver + S. I haven't made it yet but I liked the design. If they add any menswear, I would say Thread Theory. There is one women's pattern - the Camas Blouse by Thread Theory. Nice giveaway! [nfo@csews.com]

Amy said...

Great giveaway, I Love Fabric Godmother! I'd like to see some more Hot Patterns - they don't have many UK stockists and their patterns are brilliant! xo Amy

amywhitleywoodward (at) hotmail (dot) com

Helena Viertel said...

Pauline Alice would be a nice choice!

koreakiwi said...

Lovely giveaway. How about Muse Patterns, Deer & Doe, Style Arc, Itch to Stitch and Papercut patterns ~ all have great designs.

Emily Scott said...

I think Republique du Chiffon would be great, I've just ordered an RdC pattern that's being shipped from France so it would be great to be able to source in the UK. Minikrea patterns are also good, they would be a fab addition to the children's options. ehwscott at gmail dot com

Tiffany - The Shadetree Seamstress said...

Oh! Thank you so much for hosting this giveaway!

Hands down, my vote is for Thread Theory!

tiffany@theshadetreeseamstress.com

Lia said...

How terrific and exciting! Thanks for hosting! I'd love to see Thread Theory - my boyfriend lives in the UK and their patterns seem to be specifically drafted for him. It would be great if he could pick them up for himself from an indie UK source!

Alex Howard said...

Deer and Doe, although there is a great selection already! alex.cobley@yahoo.co.uk

Elizabeth B said...

What a fab competition! The selection is already excellent but I'd like to see True Bias. I also like the patterns at Til the sun goes down. Love the Lana teadress!
elizabeth.e.back@gmail.com

Mara said...

I already follow Fabric Godmother on IG, I just love looking at what she picks and really wish I could afford to sign up cause I would!!! I'm more of a jeans and t-shirt kind of girl, but I really liked these patterns, Eliza M Bridget Dress, Jamie Christina The Abbey Coat,Megan Nielsen Tania Culottes, but I would probably sew more of the things like the Sew Liberated Aida Top and Sew Liberated Simple Skinny Jeans, Thanks for the giveaway, grecomara at gmail dot com

Hannah said...

They already have a great selection but I would add patterns from True Bias. I've made a couple of hers and I have a few more I'd like to make. hkruegs at gmail dot com

lp said...

Fun idea! I'd suggest Thread Theory. They have a women's pattern, but are focused on menswear. They have such a cool style. I've used two of their patterns and will likely use more in the future.

Ruth said...

The Maker's Atelier design the most stylish, practical and modern pieces I've seen in a long time - everything from coats to tops.
Merchant and MIlls patterns are along the design lines, simple yet elegant. I love linens and natural fibres and these two pattern companies produce the ideal garments. ruthforrester@mac.com

Laura said...

Great giveaway! I do like the Doe and Deer patterns and Sewaholic patterns. (glass.laurabess (at) gmail.com)

Scooter said...

Thread Theory and Paprika patterns....I love this idea for a service. Planning and picking fabric is definitely the hardest part of sewing for me.

atelieroursonne said...

What a great give away. I am rather new to indie patterns for grown ups so I'll throw one for children in: Straightgrain. It would also be good to get klimperklein translated to English and out into the world.
atelieroursonne(at)gmx.net

Tabatha Tweedie said...

Hello! Fabulous giveaway! I would also vote for Deer & Doe and also Merchant and Mills. My email address is tabathatweedie@gmail.com

Mary Eng said...

I like the patterns from Sew Chic Patterns. Thanks for this giveaway <3.

Juliet Clark said...

I love Brindle & Twig and thread theory. So many of my favorites have already been mentioned but those are my top 2 faves!!!! Such a great giveaway, whoever wins will be so excited! julietdance@yahoo.com

Natalie Crossan said...

Thread Theory would be great! xxx

missnatalielara
@
hotmail.co.uk xx

Sara said...

Such a good idea, I hadn't realised just how many patterns Fabric Godmother does stock! I recently made the Ella tank from Liola patterns and really enjoyed it. I also quite like the Threadcount patterns. Thank you for hosting a brilliant giveaway!

Sara dot davies 87 at Gmail dot com.

Sara said...

Such a good idea, I hadn't realised just how many patterns Fabric Godmother does stock! I recently made the Ella tank from Liola patterns and really enjoyed it. I also quite like the Threadcount patterns. Thank you for hosting a brilliant giveaway!

Sara dot davies 87 at Gmail dot com.

crabigailadams said...

Deer & Doe, for sure. ciaraxyerra@gmail.com

Diana said...

A great selection of patterns! I'd love to see Liesl and Co. and Christine Haynes too.

hogg (dot) diana (at) gmail (dot) com

Nadja Schäfer said...

Sorry, I don't know why my comment is here twice. I tried to delete it but it hasn't worked.

steelyseamstress said...

What a great selection of patterns! I would love to see Papercut patterns, SBCC and Kate and Rose

delucan1(at)hotmail(dot)com

Elizabeth Butler-Meadows said...

Deer & doe
Lizzie_denny@hotmail.com

Alice Lam said...

Deer and doe, and papercut patterns!

Alice.lam1@gmail.com

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