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GIVEAWAY: Edelweiss Patterns

April 16, 2012

Spring has definitely sprung so we’re having a giveaway to help you out with your springtime attire…huzzah!

WeSewRetro.com regulars are already familiar with the lovely Katrina of Edelweiss Patterns. She makes gorgeous outfits and then photographs them in amazing locations. When I think of Edelweiss Patterns, I think of delicate, feminine, vintage designs (and of course the Sound of Music….all together now: “the hiiiillllls are allllllliveeeeee…”)

 

Katrina has graciously agreed to provide the winner of this week’s giveaway with the Edelweiss Pattern of your choice.

 

How to Enter:

Head over to Edelweiss Patterns to browse the pattern selection. Pop back here and let me know in the comments which pattern you love most and why.

The winner will be chosen at random on Sunday, April 22nd. Shortly thereafter, the pattern you chose in the comments will be winging its way to you.

 

International Entrants Always Welcome:

As always on WeSewRetro.com, this giveaway is open to all, wherever you live 🙂

 

Good luck!

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  1. I really like Maria’s gazebo dress. I love that it is floaty and very feminine as well as being flattering To the figure, without revealing much

  2. Love the gazebo dress. Crossing my fingers on this giveaway. I just finished using Katrina’s suggestions for the Butterick Retro Walkaway dress and it turned out amazing (and then saw in the April issue of People [I think] that 50’s was in, which made me uber-excited about the dress!). Hopefully will get around to posting pics of the dress on here and Craftsy.

  3. I would just love to have the Liesl’s dancing dress pattern in the little girl size-both of my daughters adore The Sound of Music and have requested This dress for themselves. I have the Baroness ball gown pattern to make up in red silk douppioni…..:)

  4. Maria’s gazebo dress!! However, I think all of her patterns are stunning.
    The Baroness’s Gown is also one of my favorites…it would be so pretty made up in a rich red for the holiday season.

  5. Oh what a wonderful giveaway :-). It is so hard to pick! I think i will pick Maria’s dress. I have been wanting something with flutter sleeves. It was hard to decide that….the Baroness dress is so amazing.

  6. I have enjoyed watching The Sound of Music since I was a child. The clothing is simply delightful. I love all of Katrina’s patterns & I follow her wonderful & informative blog. It would be very hard to choose between Maria’s Gazebo Dress & Liesl’s Dancing Dress, but I suppose I would pick Maria’s Gazebo Dress. I hope very much that I win, as I have longed to get one of her patterns, but never had the extra funds.

    Sarah Grace

  7. Oh, don’t ask me to choose between Liesl’s dress and Maria’s dress, please?! Okay, Leisl’s little girl’s dress for my girlie granddaughter.

  8. I would love to win Liesel’s Dancing dress for girls because I already have the one for adults so my daughters and I could match if we wanted. My girls also love to wear beautiful dresses; so I know they would be thrilled. sewingwithtrudy at yahoo dot com

  9. I would like to win Leisel’s dress pattern, here are my reasons

    “I am 16 going on 17,” literally, I think Leisel’s dress is beautiful and feminine, with such flowing fabric, as well as a graceful and elegant look all wrapped up into such a lovely pattern. I enjoy watching the Sound of Music, and seeing all the beautiful costumes and of course hearing the beautiful music!

    Thank you so much for hosting the giveaway, and I wish everyone could win one of Edelweiss’s Patterns!

  10. “Somewhere in my youth or childhood” I absolutely fell in love with Maria’s Gazebo Dress! The sleeves are so flowy, the whole dress is ever so billowy and elegant.

  11. I have literally watched The Sound of Music once for every year of my life…it could be even more but I have lost count exactly. Even as a child I loved Maria’s Gazebo Dress. I would love to be able to recreate it!

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