Debi over at My Happy Sewing Place is running her annual Sew Grateful Week. This is the first time I've come across it, but I think it's a lovely idea to spread the love of all things sewing, and learn a bit more about fellow sewists and their inspiration.
The week starts off with a bang today: giveaways! It's been sunny here the last couple of days, so my giveaway has a definite springy feeling...
As a thank you to those who read my little blog, here are two blouse patterns, together with powder blue clipped dot cotton batiste and buttons from my grandmother's stash - enough to make the short sleeved versions of either pattern.
The vintage Advance pattern is an unprinted single-size pattern for bust 32", and the modern McCall's one is a multisize pattern for bust 30.5-34". Both are unused (because they're sadly too small for me). Don't you just love the ladies' hairstyles on the Advance? And the eyebrows!
The batiste is very lightweight, so you could either use it as is to wear with a camisole, or underline it for a bit more body and opacity.
If you would like these, please leave a comment plus a way I can contact you by the end of Sunday 2 March, and I'll draw a name the following week - this is open to sewists worldwide too!