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December 08, 2010

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apri

I want this book! It's on my Christmas list. I have three little girls and it would be perfect for making them adorable clothes.

Heather Thorp

It looks so perfect! I can't wait to get a copy!

Shannon

Those dresses look adorable.

Anita

The clothes from this book look so sweet! Happy Holidays!

Shelley

I'd love to win and sew a bunch of clothes for my 2 daughters!

Kelly

I sew for my three year old and I would love to win the book so I can expand her wardrobe! :)

Rebecca Buchanan

Having so much fun discovering new blogs in my quest to possibly win a copy of this sweet and innovative book. Happy Holidays!

Laura Tawney

I would really love to win a copy of this book. Love the patterns and illustrations! I have two granddaughters and so this would be soooo much fun:)
Laura T

lwm

looks like a fun book

Bec Clarke

Ohhh looks so fantastic, would love to sew from this book.

Cristi

I love the idea of many outfits from a few patterns. This book looks amazing.

kat

I have literally been slavering over this book on amazon. What a fantastic giveaway and fantastic timing AND I get to discover new crafty blogs. There is no downside!

Michelle

I would love a copy of this book as I have twin two year olds that would look scrumptious in these darling get up. Also seeings that Monday is my birthday it would make a great gift. :)

greetingarts

Looks like a lot of fun, great kid style. My girls would love those outfits!

Dolores

Hi. I'd love this book so that I can make some unique outfits for my little girl. One of my favourite time wasters is online fabric "window shopping" and it would just be great to have a tool like your book so that I can design away to my hearts content. Well done, publishing a book is a wonderful achievement when you are a full time Mom.

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