Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Giveaway day- free patterns!

It's Giveaway Day at Sew Mama Sew, so if you're here for some free stuff, thanks for stopping by! 

If you haven't been here before, I'm an artist and a mom and I love to sew. I blog about my sewing projects, DIY projects, and lately, about my new patterns! I love making soft toy patterns, some of which you can see in my store here on the blog and at Etsy. I also have plans to release some women's clothing patterns, so stay tuned later this year. 

Bunny Lovey Pattern



Made patterns First Day Dress.

Marcy Tilton Jacket Pattern


Without further ado, here's how to get a FREE pattern. Three lucky people will get their choice of patterns, either the PAID version of the Bunny Lovey or the Dragon Lovey. To enter, use this Rafflecopter form: 

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Good luck, and thanks for stopping by!

51 comments:

  1. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Ksmith8@emich.edu

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  2. My three favorite animals were Bear, Bunny, and Katie the rabbit.

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  3. I am 52 and the bear is named Pinky and he lived in a drawer at boot camp with me! Been with me since I was six slept in my babies bed when they were sick 😷! He is a remarkable bear! I like your rabbits and those little mushrooms are so cute!

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  4. My favorite toy was a teddy bear, a white one. It still lives with me, sitting on a chair next to my bed watching over my sleep <3

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  5. Thanks for the chance to win! My favorite stuffed toy was a sock monkey named Mr. Longjohns. He was a little different than the monkeys made today. He was totally made from just one sock, making him long and skinny. :)

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  6. I had a Humpty Dumpty stuffed doll that was my favorite. he now lives on a special shelf in my closet. Thanks!

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  7. I had a teddy bear called Cappy from San Juan Capistrano.

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  8. I still have a stuffed skunk doll named Petunia and a little teddy bear...59 years later.

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  9. I had a stuffed dog named rough and tough and a pound puppy I named sparkles. They saved me from many monsters.

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  10. My favorite stuffed animal was a dog named Blacky who got lost in our move from overseas back to the states.
    ramonamurray1959atgmaildotcom

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  11. my favorite stuffed animal was a skinny bear. Now that I look at it, it really was ugly, LOL, but it went everywhere for a few years
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  12. I had a teddy bear named Merriweather after one of the fairies in Disney's Sleeping Beauty.

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  13. I had a favourite teddy bear. Thanks so much for sharing

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  14. I was partial to a stuffed panda named, oddly, Bill.

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  15. I still have my Teddy that was a gift when I turned 1... he is now going to turn fifty-two and is in excellent condition!!

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  16. I had (have)a dolly softy, named Dolly.

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  17. My favorite was a stuffed goose...named Goose. She went everywhere with me.

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  18. I had a stuffed cow that moooooo-d. I carried it everywhere! :)

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  19. My favourite stuffed is a stuffed bear called Pippo (I'm italian). My sister had a bunny similar to this pattern called Elda and she used it so much that the furry part of the bunny went away and the stuffing was only held together by the thin net that keeps the fur together. I hope that by having a pattern of the bunny it could make another child happy :)

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  20. I had a knit blankies that I took everywhere. I eventually wore it to pieces. I still have a ball of strings in a Ziploc in my closet.

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  21. OK...I didn't have one but I did have a doll before my aunt Bea's dog (snowball) chewed it to shreds. Maybe that why I didn't have a favorite. Oh well...eventually came Raggedy Ann & Andy. I had the twins and they were about 6 in. each. Loved those dolls. I really wanted a sock monkey...I'm going to make one some time, mmmm????when not sure

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  22. I don't remember having a favorite but I still have a little raggy doll 44 years later!

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  23. A doll....I named Natalie.

    Deborah
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  24. I had a Peter Rabbit toy that I absolutely loved. I also had a baby doll that I took everywhere :)

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  25. I got a very large stuffed black bear for my ninth birthday. At the time my youngest brother was about two, and he like to chew on its nose until it wasn't nice anymore. Then, about six years later, my newest little brother was about two, and he chewed on its nose too. By then I could sew, so I fixed it. I still have that bear, and I now have a brand new baby brother, and I wonder if he'll chew on it too :)

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  26. I had a little white dog named Snowball. I had to have him to go to sleep at night and even took him to college with me.
    donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  27. A teddy bear, named Mattie. roadsgj@gmail.com

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  28. I had a pink teddy bear that I loved.

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  29. My favorite stuffed animal was a dog named Snaggles. My oldest son now sleeps with Snaggles. I really like the dino lovey pattern!

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  30. A Tigger stuffed animal I had. I LOVED him! He was a gift too and I could not be more thankful. I wonder what happened to it lol


    lcintocable at gmail dot com

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  31. I had a dolly, she sing for me ❤️

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  32. My favourite softie was a bear that I still have although my daughter has claimed it and now will tell anyone that he is hers now!!

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  33. I had a small stuffed Walrus called Wally, he went everywhere with me. he ended up in the toilet more than once! I actually still have him...

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  34. I had a white cat called Pussy Paws.

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  35. I had a tiny yellow rabbit my Nanny gave me. I still have it in a box and it's still adorable. Thanks for the chance.. And the memories. Have a great holiday.

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  36. I had several stuffed toys I loved as a child. A few I still have. But my most loved one was my white Teddy. He was well played with & I sewed all his ripped seams myself & restuffed his head. An unknown hole was known after a washing washed a bit of his stuffing out. Haha.

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  37. That would have to be my blue teddy bear. I love the color blue and to have this blue teddy bear is just awesome. Thank you for being a part of the SMS Giveaway and giving us this opportunity to try and win your pattern. Wishing you Happy Holidays.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  38. I had a yellow bunny rabbit. It was just the right size to hold. The Easter Bunny left it for me when I was little. Haven't thought about that in a long time. Thanks for the chance!

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  39. I still have a teddy bear my Nan bought me

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  40. I have a stuffed dog that I had as a child. It is still in pretty good shape.

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  41. I had a favorite teddy bear. It comforted me a lot.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  42. A teddy bear I named Harry. sarah@forrussia.org

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  43. I didn't really do stuffed toys as a kid - we moved so much, nothing was constant. However, I got a teddy bear, Gibson, from a friend during my freshman year of high school (1985), and he is still in the bed with me today!

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  44. Mine was a pink poodle with wide eyes and large black lashes. We used to have to open her up and take the stuffing out of her. Wash her up and surgically repair her.

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  45. A little teddy bear that still have (And I'm 67!). I love your blog. Thanks for a chance to ein

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  46. My Grandma got me a Gund Teddy Bear that I still have now - it's well worn!

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  47. I had a teddy bear named Wuzzy. (Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear!)

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  48. Thanks for sharing your stories of favorite softies, how sweet! You've drawn up memories of the "blankie" that I slept with for many years. It frayed to bits and I still remember how my mom sewed pieces of it back on for me and how grateful I was for that little act of love.

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