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Comment on the blog or connect with us on Twitter to win one of two Lisette sewing patterns by Liesl + Co.

Liesl + Co. is perhaps best known for Oliver + S, their gorgeous collection of children’s sewing patterns and fabrics. Their Lisette patterns, however, appeal to a decidedly older audience: the style-conscious seamstress. For more information, visit their website.

Until Tuesday, June 7th at 12 p.m. EST we are giving away two of their gorgeous patterns. The first pattern is a Passport Dress & Jacket, a downtown spin on uptown chic. The second pattern is a Portfolio Dress, Tunic & Pant, a chic, multi-seasonal favorite. Two winners will be selected to receive one pattern each.

To enter, answer the following question: Where would be the places to wear the garments created from the patterns featured?

If submitting an answer via Twitter, be sure to include the @BurdaStyle tag and the hashtag #comment2win.

Good Luck!

- David @ BurdaStyle

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129 Comments

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    Jun 1, 2011, 01.15 AMby camberwellgal

    I reckon the Passport dress and jacket could go most places…. I like the idea of the jacket to move between formal(ish), and schleppy. Something solid and textured, and good with jeans.

    Then the dress in an ikat (which would get pulled in different directions by those interesting front darts), which would work for er, work with flats or sandals (hurry up summer – I could even shed my cardigan if it warmed up a bit!). It and I could go off to the pub in the evening, for a potter along round the park, or along the Thames and the Southbank.

    Lots of room to walk and cycle in, methinks…although I’ve still to solve the problem of the passing bus blowing up my skirt while on a bike. Curtain weights in the front hem perhaps?! Anyone got any better suggestions?

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    Jun 1, 2011, 01.13 AMby lindsay614

    I’d love to wear these dresses to a summer party… or work. But party sounds way more fun

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    Jun 1, 2011, 01.02 AMby rocix

    it looks like a good “look” to go arround every sunny day here in Valparaíso!

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    Jun 1, 2011, 12.43 AMby littleamberguesa

    both patterns look like outfits i would wear every day to work during the week and to hang out with friends on the weekends – classy and comfortable

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    Jun 1, 2011, 12.01 AMby lthor

    I need some good outfits to wear to school- teachery outfits are hard to come by! The second one in particular would be perfect =)

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    May 31, 2011, 11.40 PMby fruitjars

    I was looking at these patterns yesterday! I would wear them out and about. I so want to start wearing skirts and dresses for no reason at all.

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    May 31, 2011, 11.33 PMby lakaribane

    I’m a major dress wearer so the locations abound: to work, to the supermarket, to the bookstore, to hang out with friends, to the beach, to the book fair…

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    May 31, 2011, 11.30 PMby ashleyraine

    The first pattern is a total weekend outfit waitin’ to happen. And I see many work outfits coming from the second one!

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    May 31, 2011, 11.13 PMby cookie74

    These patterns would be great for the picnics in the park with my baby girl.

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