Comment on this blog, follow BurdaStyle on Twitter or connect with us on Flickr for your chance to win a copy of P.S. – I made this by Erica Domesek!

We have been a fan of the incredible fashion/craft blog, P.S. – I made this, for quite a while. When we discovered that the creator, Erica Domesek, was releasing a book based on her DIY-chic concept, we knew that we just had to grab one! Now, you can win a copy, too, just in time for its September 8th release.

The book features over 25 projects inspired by some of the latest, fashion-forward looks in fashion. This is “Designer-DIY” at its best, and these projects are sure to add a new level of fashion flair to your wardrobe. Check out the video above for a look into Erica’s world, and a super-cute t-shirt project to whet your appetite.

Until Tuesday, September 14th, you can enter to win a copy of your own! To enter, comment on this blog, connect with us Twitter and Flickr, then answer the following question: What is your absolute favorite garment you have made?

If submitting an answer via Twitter, be sure to include the @BurdaStyle tag. Please note that multiple Twitter entries in a single day will not be accepted. If submitting through Flickr, post your image in the BurdaStyle Group Flickr Pool with a brief explanation of why this is your absolute favorite garment.

Good Luck!

- David @ BurdaStyle

P.S. – Congratulations to member LolliePeeps, and ana_cuicui on Twitter, who won our last giveaway with Hokey Croquis!

31 Comments

  • 65b1224bafc6a8eaaa7e3f5032fed43e263d44e3_large

    Sep 13, 2010, 04.03 PMby lonelyacrobat

    My favorite is still the tunic top I made in the early 90’s out of a flannel nightgown and a slip (anybody else remember those?). It’ feels just as warm and cozy as your favorite jammies, with the whisper softness of the satiny tricot on the cuffs and neckline. I’ve worn it for 20 years and it’s getting a little shabby, so now that tunics are back “in” I might brighten it up a little with some fabric paint and a drawstring…

  • 633276416_6f9fc9ec50_b_large

    Sep 13, 2010, 04.02 PMby flynnflynn

    my favorite piece i’ve made so far is the skirt i had to add extra panels to ‘cause i originally made it too small. it’s really different, and i can wear it to work or out with a simple top. i’m hoping this fall to add a coat to my repertoire, but we’ll see ;)

  • Bebeme_large

    Sep 10, 2010, 12.16 PMby stroberihitam

    My favorite fashion garment I made is a kimono top for my daughter (when she was two years old)… I was on a sewing-hiatus at the time, and I don’t have any ability to sew with machine yet. I saw a very cute kimono top on someone’s blog (I’m really sorry, I forgot whose blog it was..) which was made for her girls. She didn’t give any patterns or tutorials but I think a kimono is simple enough to make. So I was off to the shop buying a 1m fabric, and luckily I find a perfect print! I have an accessories/jewelry line named stroberiHITAM which means black strawberry; and the print was strawberries with black background. Then I made the kimono without pattern, measuring my bub with a dress she already own…Handsewing, I finished the kimono in two days, with a red ribbon lining. It turned out beautiful! My daughter loves it so much n til today when she knows I am sewing something (from now on its mostly bags/mobile bags), she always want to be the first to try the finished item! :)

  • 2010-07-31_marina_bay_sands_116__large

    Sep 10, 2010, 10.07 AMby Jali Sews

    My favourite item I’ve sewn is a cream wrap blouse with flounces. I badly wanted to make it after seeing the picture in a magazine and was extremely happy with what I ended up making.

  • Art_movement_large

    Sep 9, 2010, 09.06 PMby goldilox

    My fave has been the formal suit I made using couture principles.

  • 73d1bf970e4b23be45881163e39fbc819a318352_large

    Sep 9, 2010, 05.31 AMby queenvanilla

    An easy circle skirt, which I think originally was a table cloth. It’s great. :)

  • Missing

    Sep 9, 2010, 04.39 AMby Phyu Myo Hlaing(Jasmine)

    My favorite garment I’ve made is my batik dress{seen in my studio}. Actually I made it for a designer competition in a magazine in Myanmar.

  • Dsc00724_large

    Sep 9, 2010, 01.50 AMby whatevs

    My favorite garment I’ve made is a button-down skirt. It’s blue with black buttons… really simple, but it’s the first time I altered a pattern to make it into what I wanted, so I was—and still am—really excited about that.

  • Photo_on_2011-12-16_at_16_16_2_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 10.20 PMby peachypanda

    My favorite garment is the red satin dress I made for my sister’s prom. When she told me she wanted me to make the dress, I was a bit intimidated b/c I’d never made anything that important. I definitely surprised myself, had lots of fun, and felt real professional while making it what with all the fittings I did to make sure it fit her perfectly.

  • 7c71386596212a2f3973625ddfc034820b27f726_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 08.22 PMby digitalgeisha

    My fav is a peter pan dress I made for a friend’s daughters. I love vintage patterns and I love making things for other people. And this book looks so awesome!

  • 9b6a2f8482f1e431b0a19a8ca8d654b3ccf1ed36_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 05.26 PMby pink-cornelia

    yeeeeeeei!!! I won the hokey croquis!!! omg!

  • B2516767d8e537cbb87e9deb3b8230f70ec4802b_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 05.03 PMby Shalyn McFaul

    My favorite is my blue stripe adrianna frock. It isn’t the most difficult thing I’ve made or anything like that, but it always makes me feel pretty and feminine when I put it on.

  • 6e3656aa7036783b3e4bbc29f34d1029385afafe_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 04.34 PMby wzrdreams

    My favorite garment by far is my blue meanie party dress (pics coming to my studio sooooooon!) that I made for my friends wedding (destination wedding ….. Nova Scotia coast!!!!). It’s a Donna Karan Vogue dress pattern and I made it with some really great materials AND I made a FBA that worked like a charm. The cherry on top if it all is the inseam pockets. I am so thrilled with it.

  • 1a08109201f8ddd6007b41e727b8a296641e1750_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 03.03 PMby sunquistadora

    Definitely my Rainbow Brite corset!

  • Missing

    Sep 8, 2010, 01.39 PMby engrbyday

    My favorite so far is a 3/4 sleeve T-shirt that used to be a large men’s long sleeve T (I am a small woman). I love it, it’s so comfortable and just the right length!

  • Vinchicetsyavatar_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 12.47 PMby vinchicdesigns

    Because I am absolutely nuts about Halloween, my favorite garment that I have made is my witches costume. It is so intricate with so many facets it is a shame it can only be worn once a year.

  • Sitting_down_-_gloomy_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 10.51 AMby sarsaparilla

    My white singlet top – so simple and I guess a little plain, but it’s the comfiest thing I own!

  • Emilykate_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 10.10 AMby emilykate

    My favourite garment that I’ve made myself is still the first pair of jeans I sewed. I had an old pair of jeans that fit perfeclty but that were ready for the rubbish bin. I was really proud of myself for ripping them down to their component pieces (there were SO MANY!), cutting them out in new fabric ad then figuring out how they should be assembled again. That was about two years ago and the re-made pair are still going!

  • 557e8aa328d3d38bd3c3f35c78d51f999d024108_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 03.38 AMby susieq3123

    My favorite garment I made was a Chritmas dress for my granddaughter. The fabric is a green plaid taffeta & white glimmer organza. The bodice is smocked & I used the organza for the sleeves & wide trim on the bottom of the skirt. I really enjoyed doing the smocking & it is the defining feature of the dress! That little curly red-head looked so cute in it!

  • Jsbrown_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 02.45 AMby joanz22

    A tank A-dress I made for myself to wear to work on a rinky dinky sewing machine about some 10+ years ago (couldn’t afford a brand new dress). This is what started my sewing interest. Little did I know that the fabric on clearance, beginners sewing machine gave me tons of compliments…I went and made more clothes!

  • Missing

    Sep 8, 2010, 02.15 AMby security16

    My favourite thing i have made was my wedding dress that i finnished 1am the morning of the wedding! I was also 7 months pregnant at the time which made things a bit more challenging . This is the dress here http://fav.me/d2m2ttc

  • Meatpeggys_large

    Sep 8, 2010, 12.23 AMby grammiesue

    My absolute favorite is a dress a made just this summer. The material is varying colors of pink and purple and the style is kind of 60’s shift with short sleeves. It is comfortable, washable and I could not have gotten a better dress in the store. Especially since is it is tailor made just for me.

  • Missing

    Sep 7, 2010, 11.12 PMby birdsandbones

    Does an accessory count? I’m going with an accessory, so I hope that’s o.k. I made a bird’s nest hair piece that I just love. It was made for New Year’s and seemed like that would be it’s only outing. I’ve worn it several times since the holiday, and love it every time.

  • A1ecc29ef667a1e32e24b65dc6db4cb36dc9be5b_large

    Sep 7, 2010, 10.56 PMby freshdaily18

    My favorite is my Jungle Print Dress. It’s made from a crazy-print fabric, but I always get a ton of compliments on it. And I did a great job with the fit!

  • Missing

    Sep 7, 2010, 10.55 PMby flutefish

    That’s a tough one, because I’m quite fond of a number of things I’ve made, but I found some cute fish fabric in a remnant bin a few years ago, and managed to actually make a skirt out of the remnant. Then I edged it with this fabulous purple-blue-gold rickrack I found. It’s perfect for someone getting her PhD in Marine Sciences! It was also one of the first few patterns I drafted myself.

  • Missing

    Sep 7, 2010, 10.50 PMby threeinarow

    I have yet to make my favorite garment—I’m pretty new to sewing clothes and would love to check out the projects in this book.

  • 526e154b1afd847a50daa7af1c056f47b5391707_large

    Sep 7, 2010, 10.23 PMby sunnyb64

    My favorite so far is the one dress I successfully designed without a pattern (more or less)— I sketched it out, made the foundation, and draped the pleated tie-dyed chiffon on my dummy to get the look I wanted. Either that, or the men’s shirt I chopped up and turned into a blatant Anthropologie knock-off. (Also pattern-less and draped on the dummy. Do you think I’m trying to tell myself something?)

    Both of those projects are in my Studio, btw.

  • Feisty_girl_large

    Sep 7, 2010, 09.44 PMby ashleyraine

    Love their stuff! I attended Bloomingdale’s event they hosted last year and had lots of fun.

  • Me_in_the_park_diy_dress_4_small_large

    Sep 7, 2010, 09.32 PMby raving

    My favourite garment is my navy skirt, I was afraid it was a bit school girl, but it turned out very classic, perfect for Autumn. It also works with the nautical trend, which I love.

  • Walking_coco_large

    Sep 7, 2010, 09.01 PMby sewcreates

    The most favorite garment I made was a ball gown with a beaded bodice that I made for my daughter. I combined three different patterns and changed it up a bit to make it an ooak just for her senior ball.

    • This is a question
  1. Sign in to add a post

Departments

  • Editors' Pick
  • Fashion & Trends
  • Backstage Report
  • Web Seminars
  • DIY to Try
  • Mandie's Picks
  • Denise's Desk
  • Meg's Magazine Mash Up!
  • Featured Member
  • Competitions
  • Guest Columns
  • Comment to Win
  • Monthly Memo
  • BurdaStyle Sewing Vintage Modern
  • ARCHIVE
  • Sewing & Techniques
Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//blog/comment-to-win-a-copy-of-ps-i-made-this