Last giveaway!

I am happy to announce the winner of our previous giveaway, Evie!

Evie  3 days ago
I really need to try Japanese patterns. Just need more sewing hours in the day! But I suspect I'm not alone in that...



And now, the last giveaway: Stylish Dress Book: Dress that I want to wear every day...



I remind you, that this giveaway is  running between my blog and Japanese Sewing Books, whose owner Yi Farn kindly agreed to share it. If you already own a Japanese sewing book, you can find a lot of useful information on her blog, for example, how to understand Japanese patterns or dictionary of Japanese sewing terms.

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment about anything that crosses your mind - the state of international affairs, the book you are currently reading, today's weather forecast or your current sewing project. Yi Farn and I will draw one winner from those who have commented on either blog (maximum two entries per person, for leaving a comment on each blog).

The giveaway ends on May 16th, 23:59 Japanese time.

Good luck!

Comments

  1. I´m the first !Que lástima que es el último, adoraría ganarlo! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. Wowie! The dress on the cover is a-ma-zing. And the both of you are so gracious with all of this giving -away!

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  3. Victoria De Pedro13 May 2013 at 12:31

    I really hope I am lucky this time!! Thank you very much for such a wonderful giveaway. I'm looking forward to trying a Japanese pattern!

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  4. book, you will be mine!

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  5. I want this one! I will take care of it dearly.

    I’m trying to collect all the Ryoko Tsukiori’s “Stylish Dress Book” series. I already got the volume 1 (published by Tuttle, the english version), and the volume 2 (also in english) is on the way to my address. It would be perfect to have this 3rd volume written in Japanese.

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  6. I am so thrilled to have won the last book...thank you so very much. I've emailed my address and obviously don't want to be included in this giveaway. :-)

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  7. Thanks for the giveaways! I just want to say I love dresses with pockets.. Pockets for keys, sweets, little cars or alien monsters for my boys! The great thing about knowing how to sew is being able to add pockets! ;) and not to be caught wearing something same as someone else! ;p

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  8. Oooh our last chance... maybe I'll do some shopping when this is over. I really liked the book with all the blouses in it.

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  9. Last one! Thank you for the giveaways, it was fun to participate.
    Cute skirts are fun, but cute dresses are nice too~ I hope whoever wins this enjoys making the dresses.

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  10. Oh I so hope I win this one :) Love Japanese sewing books, thanks so much for the giveaways!

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  11. Would love this one. Fingers crossed :)

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  12. I’ve been eyeing on this book for so long… Stylish Dress Book series is my favorite. I’ll be the luckiest one if I could win this time. Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  13. thanks for all the giveaways! maybe the last is for me ;)
    thanks!!!!

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  14. Thanks for the chance!

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  15. I' currently reading the second book of the Century Trilogy by Ken Follet and I'm enjoying it very much as I enjoyed the first book. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  16. Congrats on this blog dear I---! How do you have the energies to combine both your challenging job with such an amazing output on the creative side in your free time! When I discovered your blog just recently, it/you inspired me a lot! It's a dream come true to learn sewing and fashion design in Tokyo.
    ( I bought the pattern magic Japanese sewing books when I was still in Dublin and would love some new inspiration :) . ) Good luck and continue to have fun! Anna G.

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  17. Hahaha :) Hi! Who would have thought that this blog will be discovered :) Where is your blog? Where are your creations?

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  18. I brought back a large pack of fabric from our trip to Japan. This would be something for it!

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