Monday, May 23, 2011

Time to Celebrate and a Give Away

First I'm going to brag a little....OK....a lot:)
My youngest graduated from the University of Virginia on Sunday afternoon. We are so proud!
Now I will have money to buy fabric again. hahahaha.


Next thing to celebrate is the fact that I'm finally done creating summer sewing kits. Woohoo! I've cut and assembled dozens of doll clothing kits and we are ready to sew, sew, and sew.

Give Away
Since I'm in such a great mood I will keep on going and include a give away so you can celebrate too. One lucky person will be picked at random on May 30th. That lucky person will receive a fun box full of the doll outfits pictured below. These are made for 18 inch dolls like the American Girl Doll. Doll is not included.

Two simple rules to be entered in the drawing:
1. You must be a follower of my blog to have your name entered in the drawing.
2. Please leave a message answering the following
 "Would you like to see some tutorials for making simple doll clothes added to my blog?"

Now on to the goodies.......

A sleeping bag and bean bag chair
  Nurse scrub set that includes shirt, pants, booties, hat and mask
 Winter poncho and hat set
 Hawaiian vacation set that includes bikini, beach towel, grass skirt, tote bag and flower lei

 Chef set that includes an apron, oven mitt and chef hat

Good luck to everyone.



3 comments:

KatieQ said...

Congratulations! My baby graduates from Wellesley College on Friday. Unfortunately, she doesn't have a job lined up yet so I won't be increasing my fabric purchases until she's employed.
Thank you for coming up with such a lovely giveaway. I would love to see some doll clothing tutorials on your blog. My church craft group would like to make some American Girl size doll clothing to sell at our fair.
I'm already a follower.

Judy said...

I was your very first follower! I would love to see some clothes and maybe the bean bag chair pattern!

Congrats to Michelle!

Ms. Zimmer Teaches in Math Land said...

Had to stop by and see who was behind the great
spock quilt on Craftzine. He is amazing!

I am a follower now! I love tutorials since I am a fraidy cat! a quilt is on my bucket list. The American Doll clothes are so fabulous.

My sister just gave me a new bumper sticker, "she who dies with the most fabric wins!" Sigh.
Best,
Amy in Nor Cal