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Welcome to Day 5 of our Holiday Giveaway! Win The Colette Sewing Handbook, Three Patterns, and a $25 Gift Certificate for the Colette Patterns shop from Colette Patterns! Comment on this blog article by 10AM (EST) Tuesday, December 6th to be entered to win!

This prize includes a copy of The Colette Sewing Handbook, Peony dress pattern, Clover pants pattern, Crepe dress pattern, and a $25 Gift Certificate for the Colette Patterns shop.


Comment to Win: Which pattern from the Colette Patterns shop would you buy with a $25 gift certificate?


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[Update 12/12/11] – Congratulations to member misschristiana for winning the Holiday Giveaway Day 5!

318 Comments

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    Dec 15, 2011, 07.11 AMby shoshana13

    I would like to make the Sencha blouse. I am a plus pear, and would like to see more patterns for this figure. Nevertheless, I enjoy looking at romantic patterns, even if I cannot wear them.

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    Dec 14, 2011, 09.49 AMby anamonde

    I love the new JASMINE blouse! it would make it with a Japanese fabric, thanks!

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    Dec 7, 2011, 07.30 PMby Heather Jackson

    Drat! I think I missed the deadline…. But, if not, I have been itching to try the Crepe or Chantilly dress patterns :)

    ~Heather

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    Dec 7, 2011, 07.18 PMby Joy Thorneycroft

    Love the Ceylon Dress or the Jasmine blouse, yeah for flare skirts!

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    Dec 7, 2011, 03.37 PMby kitsuneincrimson

    I would love the Jasmine blouse or the parfait dress!

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    Dec 7, 2011, 02.12 PMby sradecki

    I don’t know which one to choose…I like them all!

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    Dec 7, 2011, 09.19 AMby blueshoegal

    I’d probably go for Clover (the trousers) because I’m a novice and always go for dresses – trousers seem wayyyy to complicated….but I know they aren’t – but I’m too scared to buy a pattern and give them a whirl. A trouser pattern would give me the shove I need to go into this new realm of stitching!

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    Dec 7, 2011, 05.09 AMby gerwerken

    I would buy Lady Grey. It’s gorgeous.

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    Dec 7, 2011, 03.07 AMby bunny-mcbones

    I love the Peony dress! And have the perfect print waiting for it!!

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    Dec 7, 2011, 02.56 AMby foliusdesign

    The Peony dress is too cute to pass up!

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    Dec 7, 2011, 02.49 AMby Phyu Myo Hlaing(Jasmine)

    patterns of dresses

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    Dec 7, 2011, 01.17 AMby carlachan

    Rooibos!!

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    Dec 7, 2011, 01.12 AMby dewreb

    I’d get Ceylon! <3

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    Dec 7, 2011, 12.49 AMby Christianne DeHart

    I have most of these—except this wrap dress—so I would for sure get that! I have the book. BUT—my daughter, who lives far from me—I would give her the book, she is just learning to sew.

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    Dec 7, 2011, 12.49 AMby Seeks Corey

    I wish I saw this before the deadline. Just wasn’t that kind of day.

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    Dec 7, 2011, 12.12 AMby jmelsha

    Great dresses- my fabric stash needs these. The Ceylon is my favorite here.

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    Dec 6, 2011, 11.16 PMby notoes

    This would be a great gift for my cousin who’s so new to sewing that I recently sent her a sewing care package. Pick me please!

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    Dec 6, 2011, 10.55 PMby jennyrecorder

    The book has been on my wishlist for ages! I would buy the Sencha Top and the Peony Dress and then pay the difference….oooooh pick me please!!!

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    Dec 6, 2011, 10.50 PMby carolinafair

    That Lady Grey coat looks sweet! Enter me, please!

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    Dec 6, 2011, 09.48 PMby Dolly Traicoff

    Love the Peony dress! It’s simple and perfect for daily wear.

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    Dec 6, 2011, 08.59 PMby representativekelly

    I would like to try the Jasmine blouse vintage sewing pattern. This one is so darling. Great for 1930’s and 1940’s look. I like it! :)

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    Dec 6, 2011, 08.42 PMby escorpio

    I would buy the Ceylon dress.

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    Dec 6, 2011, 07.27 PMby MientjiB

    The peony or – blast from the past – the rooibos. With postage all the way to NZ I lust after Colette patterns but can never afford to buy them!

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    Dec 6, 2011, 06.31 PMby angelical

    although the Macaron and Eclair dresses have both been long time favourites of mine, I would spend the 25 $ on the Violet blouse and the Ginger skirt, as they would be used more, being the perfect wardrobe stables and all!

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    Dec 6, 2011, 06.31 PMby Romanssi

    deffinitely ceylon dress :)

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    Dec 6, 2011, 05.48 PMby morkin13

    I’d get the crepe, so cute!

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    Dec 6, 2011, 04.36 PMby janers41

    I think I’d go with Crepe — I haven’t sewn garments for quite a while and it would be a good way to ease back into it.

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    Dec 6, 2011, 03.56 PMby roxydre

    Definitely the Ceylon dress. Love it!

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    Dec 6, 2011, 03.38 PMby bemidjirose

    Lady Gray or the bloomers pattern – they are all lovely!

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    Dec 6, 2011, 02.57 PMby Petitemess

    Lady Grey, Crepe or Eclair

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