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Ended-Giveaway Week: Mrs. Depew Vintage

Monday, January 16, 2012


This giveaway is now closed. Thank you for your entry!

Okay, it's time to kick off giveaway week in celebration of 1,000 followers!

Today's giveaway is sponsored by Mrs Depew!

 Anna is a fellow blogger, vintage sewing enthusiast and etsian. In her shop, Mrs Depew Vintage , she carries paper and pdf vintage patterns, fabric and vintage fashion booklets.  Some of her most popular patterns include her vintage lingerie and swimsuit patterns. She recently added some of the cutest





She is offering 5 of her fabulous PDF patterns to one lucky winner!

To Enter, follow my blog and visit Mrs. Depew Vintage and leave a comment with your favorite item from her shop.

The winner will be announced on Monday, January 23rd!

For shop updates, sewing adventures, tips, sew-a-longs and fashion fun, be sure to follow Anna's blog, A Few Threads Loose and see her on facebook

Stay tuned for more fabulous giveaways all week!!

56 Responses to “Ended-Giveaway Week: Mrs. Depew Vintage”

  1. Wow, thanks for the heads up - she's got amazing stuff!! If I had to pick one thing it's the Ladies 1940's Wrap Blouse -- adorable!

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  2. Wow! She has loads of lovelies! This hat pattern caught my eye right away! http://www.etsy.com/listing/87602679/vintage-sewing-pattern-1950s-cloche-hat

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  3. such amazing patterns!!! i'd sure love the

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/77926465/simplicity-4716-misses-dress-1940s

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  5. I love the beach bra pattern! and the dress patterns, I cant really pick just one!

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  6. I love the New York 1446 Vintage Ladies Dress Jumper Sewing Pattern! It's perfect for a dress I was planning to make a friend!

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  7. She has such lovely items! If I had to pick one, it would be the Pauline Tap Bra and Panties - I love it!!

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  8. Lovely patterns for sale.

    I'm currently a sucker for suits.

    This one caught my eye:
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/77951346/mccall-5801-misses-two-piece-suit

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  9. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! I would totally go for this:

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/89526181/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-1950s

    Classy and sexy!

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  10. There are soooo many choices to choose from. I'll definitely continue to check out the selection but today I would pick "Vintage Sewing Pattern Ladies Dress With Embroidery Transfer 1950's Design 7245 32" Bust" http://www.etsy.com/listing/87108930/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-dress-with
    Thanks, Brittany for your great blog!

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  11. Out of the pdf patterns I really like the 50s cloche hat pattern. So cute!

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  12. For some time now I follow on Etsy, but I have not bought anything, but would be nice to win a pattern, it is difficult to choose among them, but every time I see this I always like more.

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/89589596/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-1940s

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  13. For some time now I follow on Etsy, but I have not bought anything, but would be nice to win a pattern, it is difficult to choose among them, but every time I see this I always like more.

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/89589596/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-1940s

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  14. I would LOVE to get this pattern.
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/87108930/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-dress-with . It's such and awesome summer dress. Pair it with some of vintage Mexican leather sandals and you're good to go!

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  15. Oh she has an amazing collection to offer! I really like this one: http://www.etsy.com/listing/81291442/vintage-sewing-pattern-1940s-ladies but to tell the truth, I could have lots of fun with all of them, including the kids patterns. She has one from the late 50s that reminds me of one I picked up from an estate sell this past year. I am planning on making a cute dress for my daughter with it!

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  16. I love the 1940s vintage hat pattern, it looks so lovely and unique!

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  17. Another American in Norway! I'm always excited to find one! Thanks for pointing me to her blog!

    When I saw this pattern I fell absolutely in love with it.
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/77346792/advance-4937-1940s-ladies-skirts-vintage

    The winter in Oslo has been pretty mild but much colder than I'm used to as a Californian so I've been on the hunt for longer skirts. I think I might buy this anyway and make it in a luxurious wool!

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  18. Mrs. Depew is wonderful--I follow her blog as well as this one and love her ramblings!

    If I had to pick just one--and it's so hard!--I'd probably pick this one because it's got an interesting front yoke: http://www.etsy.com/listing/78664449/vintage-sewing-pattern-mail-order-4610

    This one, however, is a close second as it reminds me of Rizzo from Grease: http://www.etsy.com/listing/87816369/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-wiggle

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  19. I love the French Corselet Ladies 1950's Multisize Waist Cincher..eeek!

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  20. I love the cascade skirt of this one:

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/81290890/vintage-sewing-pattern-1940s-vogue

    I'm also in love with her new 1950s French corselet pattern. I'm set on getting hold of it one way or another!

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  21. amazing! such pretty patterns, my sewing machine need them all! but I felt in love with this one http://www.etsy.com/listing/77951346/mccall-5801-misses-two-piece-suit :)

    name: ines (followers name perfectdrug)
    e-mail: lostinmoon@hotmail.com

    good luck everyone!

    xxx

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  22. She has such lovely patterns. I have actually been wanting to get this one for a while: http://www.etsy.com/listing/83359588/vintage-pauline-matching-lace-bra-and

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  23. For some time now I follow on Etsy, but I have not bought anything, but would be nice to win a pattern, it is difficult to choose among them, but every time I see this I always like more.
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/89589596/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-1940s

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  24. I love Mrs Depew's shop!!
    And I love vintage style :D

    This one is sooo cute:
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/80316519/vintage-sewing-pattern-dress-and-apron

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  25. I am trying to start a business making reproduction beach bra tops so just about all of them appeal to me! What a great give-away!!!!

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  26. I have lots of her patterns on my etsy faves lists lol

    This one I love esp the playsuit!

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/78849744/vintage-pattern-catalog-booklet-advance

    xox

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  27. This dress pattern is lovely: http://www.etsy.com/listing/70285432/mccalls-6971-1940s-ladies-bow-front?ga_search_query=44&ga_search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_5306890

    That or the 50s cloche. I follow Anna's blog and have ordered patterns from her before, she's lovely.

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  28. this is so wonderful! i love her site and have found her blog, etsy page, and her FB page! TOTALLY in love with all her 50s designs. of course i would just love to own them all! but my favs are the 50s designed dresses and blouses. i would love to just pick one, BUT they are all wonderful, and i myself do not have a vintage pattern to speak of so any of them i would be proud to own! BUT i love the dresses specifically, the ones like numbers 4610 and 9150. thank you so much for this giveaway!!!!!

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  29. I'm loving the pauline matching lingerie set, also the make do and mend booklet...

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  30. Lots of nice things, but I like the 50's corselet the best:

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/90624917/vintage-sewing-pattern-french-corselet

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  31. I love this kind of blouses:
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/77715733/simplicity-3202-1940s-ladies-blouse

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  32. I love her brand new corslet!!! (actually I love all kinds of things she has and can't wait to finish the pauline set I am working on from her shop now to try some more)

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  33. Ooooh, i want the Mccalls 7215 ladies 1940s dress please :)

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  34. I so love this .. I have a Wedding to go to in April and I can just imagine this in emerald green.

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/82085664/vintage-sewing-pattern-ladies-dress-and

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  35. http://www.etsy.com/listing/70285432/mccalls-6971-1940s-ladies-bow-front

    I even have it on my wish list!! :)

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  36. i'll pick the Vintage Sewing Pattern Ladies Wiggle Dress Advance! adorable work!! congratulations!

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  37. Wow, such a great Etsy shop...so many wonderful patterns to pick from. I *think* my favorite is the "Vintage Sewing Pattern 1940's Ladies Dress 34 Bust McCall 7285"...I think. It was a hard choice to make.

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  38. My favourite is the make do and mend booklet,by far :)

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  39. Awesome stuff...I luv the rare make and men book

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  40. Been looking at her patterns for a few weeks now and have had to force myself to finish my current projects before buying another pattern!!

    My favorite item is something I have been wanting to learn how to make for quite some time now, Vintage Sewing Pattern 1940's Ladies Gloves Long or Short Multi!!

    It was great to "meet" you today!!

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  41. Love the ballet slippers pattern- http://www.etsy.com/listing/88792134/vintage-sewing-pattern-ballet-slipper

    Steph @ Tart Deco
    tartdeco at gmail dot com

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  42. Whoa, never seen so many vintage patterns in one spot before! I've gotta go with the Ladies 34 bust dress (McCall's 5471).

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  43. I've had the pleasure of looking through her Etsy store before, actually quite recently, as I noticed a banner for her store on your blog :). It's so difficult to choose, but I'd have to say the pattern I've been ogling is the Simplicity 3202 1940's blouse pattern. It's super adorable, and has so many options. I have quite a few of her listings favorited for future purchases. :)

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  44. How is a girl supposed to choose? I was immediately drawn to the cloche, though. It's "sew" stylish!

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  45. As a girl losing her hair from kidney disease and lupus, I would really like to learn how to sew. I found her Cloche hat and instantly fell in love!

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  46. Wow, amazing shop.. Loved them all but narrowed it down to the Olivia de Haviland-dress as my favorite because my name is Olivia to :)

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/78008270/hollywood-1706-olivia-de-havilland-dress

    Have a great day! /Olivia from Sweden

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  47. Amazing patterns! I really like this one - 1940's Dress Butterick 3932
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/80385943/vintage-sewing-pattern-1940s-dress-with
    The beach bra pattern is super cute too!

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  48. Some fab stuff, I just stumbled on this blog, but so glad I did. My new years resolution is sewing...I'm starting small but would love to one day make something vintage I can wear (aside from my basic knitting/crochet items).

    My favourite item has to be Simplicity 3858 Dress and Bolero Vintage Sewing Pattern. There were so many to choose from, but its that 50s style skirt that gets me!

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  49. Great shop and nice patterns!
    I love the most Vintage 1940's Beach Bra and Shorts Printable Sewing Pattern

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  50. I love Vintage Sewing Pattern misses Dress McCall's 8796 1950's, such a classic design.
    Congrats on reaching 1000+ followers!

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  51. This hat. Oh my lord I want this hat:
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/88661084/vintage-sewing-pattern-1950s-cloche-hat

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  52. My favorite is the Ladies 1940's Wrap Blouse. It's hard to find cute vintage tops in multiple sizes!

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  53. My favorite item is the simplicity sun dress pattern! So pretty!

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  54. Oooh, love the Vogue 4048 Special Design 1940's Ball Gown and Cape if only it was within my budget! :S

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  55. I can't choose...

    I love all her undergarments patterns :)

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  56. Simplicity 3858 dress is amazing!

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