Tuesday, March 29, 2011

New Sponsor and Giveaway - Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops


When Terri, owner of Fairytale Frocks & Lollipops, contacted me about becoming a sponsor of The Cottage Home blog, there was no question in my mind - it was an absolute, yes!

Fairytale Frocks & Lollipops in an online store that has one of the largest selection of boutique sewing patterns around.  Terri has impeccable taste and her selections of patterns, fabrics and notions are top-notch.  She carries many of the fabrics and patterns that I use for my sewing projects.  It's hard to believe that one shop has it all, but Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops does! 

Many of you have emailed me about patterns and I am telling you this - go check out Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops!  There are so many different options from children's sewing, to adults, to accessories.  And while your there, pick out some fabric to use with your beautiful pattern.

Here are a few of the patterns that caught my eye while browsing Terri's shop:


I'm loving this apron skirt and embellished tank top.  I think this would be adorable for Spring!



And what about this "Huck Finn" hat for a little boy?  Can we say A-dorable!


This Amy Butler bag is just beautiful.  I love the fabrics and the simple lines of this bag.


I think this coat might be calling my name.  I don't do a ton of sewing for myself, but I might just take the time to make myself this one.


And this, well this just had The Cottage Mama written all over it!  Love the A-line top and the ruffle bloomers!!


And finally, what about this amazing "sewing kit" for an Easter dress.  This kit comes with the pattern AND the fabric to make the dress.  It doesn't get a whole lot easier than that.

Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops has hundreds of patterns to choose from.  Terri is giving away one pattern (of your choice) to TWO of The Cottage Home readers.

Here's how to enter (leave a separate comment for each entry):
1) Visit Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops, come back and leave a comment telling us what pattern you would choose if you won.
2) For a second chance to win, become a fan of Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops on Facebook.

Giveaway will be open until Friday, April 1, 2011 at midnight (CST).  Two winners will be selected.  Each winner will get to choose a pattern of their choice.


175 comments:

  1. I would pick the Janelle Wind Somewhere over the rainbow bag pattern! I hadn't seen it for sale anywhere before!

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  2. I'm eager to try out the farbenmix roxy pattern. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  3. I like the Charm Clutch pattern

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  4. I love the Summer Irene! Would love to make it for my granddaughter! Evin5 at aol dot com

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  5. I would pick the Amy Butler - Mini Dress Tunic & Top pattern (#AB041P)

    Thank you so much for hosting this giveaway!

    MissAndree at Hotmail.com

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  6. I would love this little ruffle butt cover. #tdd_002 Ruffled Diaper Covers E-PATTERN

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  7. I love the Juvie Moon Fleur dress. Its adorable!

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  8. I love Oliver & S swing set tunic and skirt! That is what I would choose.

    I am a fan on fb as well.

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  9. I love the The Catherine Coat!

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  10. Added this as a Facebook like also!

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  11. I love all the juvie moon patterns! Sassy and cute!

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  12. I would love the Summer Irene and the juvie moon patterns are awesome.

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  13. thanks for introducing me to another great site to follow! I love the Sew Liberated - Schoolhouse Tunic pattern, and that's what I would chose if I'm selected the winner! (it's #SL106P)

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  14. sooo many cute patterns to choose from! but i think i'd pick sew liberated's schoolhouse tunic, or AMH's evening empire dress!

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  15. I really like the Little Londyn - Millie Moo, but I think both my kids need the Sunny Day Sun Hat.

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  16. I am now a fan on Facebook. :)

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  17. Bettsy Kingston reversible jacket or Figtree Raindrops.... I had to stop looking FF&L could get me into project overload trouble! SOOO much cuteness in one place:)

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  18. It would be a tough one for me! I love Fairytale Frocks! I think I browse the shop once a week! lol

    I do love the Journey Bag and the Frilly Fandango patterns, so I would probably choose between those two!

    -Many Smiles!

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  19. Oh my gosh, how can I pick just one! They have a great selection! I think I would actually pick something for myself, probably the Make It Perfect Costal Breeze pattern

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  20. I am a fan of Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops on FB

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  21. I think I commented on the wrong post! I would pick Juvie Moon Ellie pattern. Great giveaway-thanks:)

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  22. I am a fan of Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops on FB.

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  23. Wow!!! I love love love the huck fin cap and the Juvie Moon Diore dress. But how could I ever choose?

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  24. I love that Huck Finn Cap, but I have been eyeing the Oliver & S School Photo Dress or Sunday Brunch Jacket and Skirt for a long time now (and this would be my chance to get one of those). :)

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  25. Great patterns! I love the Palooza apron and the sense and sensibility apron. I'm also crazy about the girl dress patterns. My favorite are the Miranda and the sense and sensibility.
    patrice@everydayruralty.com

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  26. I liked them on Facebook
    patrice@everydayruralty.com

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  27. wow, they do have a lot of patterns to choose from! I think I would go with the Sew Sensible Pleated Dress Top if I won. I am going to be making a skirt for a friend who is traveling to Guinea over the summer, so I might also choose one of those patterns :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  28. I love the Modkids patterns especially Emma and Kyoto.

    elissaricks@gmail.com

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  29. I like them on facebook!

    elissaricks@gmail.com

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  30. I looked and looked, what a hard decision but I chose something for myself, which is unusual, the Shearwater Kaftan is one of my faves!

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  31. I would choose the Indygo Junction Trench Topper pattern! thanks!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  32. Holy moly there are so many to chose from! But that Serendipity coat pattern above is spectacular! I have also been eyeing the Farbenmix Uljana pattern. Decisions decisions.

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  33. I'd love to try the Sunday Brunch Jacket and Skirt by Oliver & S! I have heard GREAT things about her patterns!

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  34. Jamie Christina - The Palooza Apron

    I'd love to make one...or more : )

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  35. I'd love to try an Oliver & S pattern. Or the kid's backpack. Or a sweet dress. Anything for my kiddos!

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  36. Wow, so many great patterns! I love the Portobello Pixie "Claire" pattern.

    ecisley@comcast.net

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  37. I liked her page on fb! Thank you!

    ecisley@comcast.net

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  38. Oh my goodness!!! If I was the lucky winner I would choose one of the JuvieMoon patterns. I'm just not sure which one.

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  39. I would pick the Olive Ann - Whirly Girl & Bella!

    mum.n.wife.to.jdt@gmail.com

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  40. I am a FB fan on FF&L!

    mum.n.wife.to.jdt@gmail.com

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  41. Okay, exactly how does one narrow down what pattern to get...there are so many. I think...think...I'd go with the Kati Cupcake Journey bag or one of the Mary Madeline skirt patterns.

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  42. Am now a fan on facebook!!! Back to the site to browse around some more.

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  43. I can't choose just one. Top 3: Fig Tree (Raindrops Coat), Blue Meadow Designs (Baby Carriage Quilt), and Kati Cupcake (Cargo Pants). Thanks for the giveaway! jennifer(dot)garder(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  44. I love the Butterfly Kisses, Fancy Clancy Skirt !!
    Thanks :)

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  45. Definitely a Facebook fan of Fairytale Frocks :)

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  46. Oh my goodness, it's so hard to choose just one! I love the knot overalls and the Oliver +S Tea Party Sundress! Thanks for showing me a new resource! katiefewell (at)gmail (dot) com

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  47. If I had to choose one pattern it would probably be Taylor Made Designs-Overalls. I would love to make some of these for myself for summer!

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  48. I would get the Sew Beautiful - Jack & Jill Overalls. I have a 1 year old daughter that I could make them for. And if we were to have a boy in the future they would work great for him too!

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  49. I like the lotus tunic pattern

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  50. Pick one pattern!?? I do not know I love so many of them. Right now I would love to make the Claire Marie Topcoat by Izzy and Ivy.

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  51. I already like Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops on Facebook. Does that count?

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  52. Wow! To say they have lots of patterns to pick from would be a HUGE understatement! :) There are so many! I have been wanting the Pink Fig Picadilly Jumper pattern and the Farbenmix Vida dress sooooooooooooo badly! I REALLY want to win... but it would be SOOOOOOOOOOOO tough to choose between those! :)

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  53. WOW - what a HUGE selection! I really like the Sweet Daisy Girl e-pattern, and the Mamu Designs - Sabrina/Medley, and the Oliver+S school jacket. And MANY more! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  54. I would pick the Marie Madeline Route 66 skirt pattern! Cute!

    Im4Christ2@msn.com

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  55. I liked them on facebook!

    Im4Christ2@msn.com

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  56. I would choose the Sew Liberated Schoolhouse Tunic. I've had my eye on this for quite some time, but haven't purchased it yet!

    morn12night (at) gmail (dot) com

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  57. I "like" them on Facebook!!

    morn12night (at) gmail (dot) com

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  58. I love the "Miranda's dress E-pattern!" So cute!

    kellieab at hotmail dot com

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  59. I liked them on facebook :)

    kellieab at hotmail dot com

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  60. Oh my -- what a selection. I love the jacket patterns ... the Sofia Trench Coat ... the Cardigan jacket. Thanks for sharing!

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  61. I have been wanting Little Lizard King's Apron Knot dress for a while now. I want to do it in Micheal Millers Strawberry Tea Party. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  62. I am now a fan on Facebook.

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  63. What a great site! I had no idea about it! I could browse for hours, but seeing how I'm having a little boy & trying to get boy creations on my mind, I like the Children's Corner-Johnny pattern to make cute rompers for the spring & summer! :-) Thanks! Hope I win!

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  64. I became a fan on FB! Thanks so much!

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  65. I would love to have The Uptown Girl jacket pattern for my little girl!!!

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  66. I love the Jamie Christina - Honey Girl dress, but hard decision! So much to choose from!

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  67. wow! so hard to choose...i'm going with amy butler's the liverpool or the sandlewood jacket.

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  68. There are too many to pick just one. But, I really love Oliver + S patterns, so I would probably have to choose the school photo dress.

    jlharcus(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  69. Well, since I live in the south, and protecting my VERY fair skinned baby girl is super important, I would have to say I'd make the most use out of Fig Tree Threads - Amelia & Me. I'd have her wearing it all summer long!

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  70. ... And I too am a facebook fan :)

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  71. I would love the oliver + s sunday brunch jacket. i am not a fan on facebook.

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  72. oh oops. I meant I am not a fan on facebook lol.

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  73. Oh,Wow! I love all the amazing patterns. It is hard to choose, but I think I might go with the Edelweiss Pattern Liesel's Dancing dress.

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  74. I would pick the Evelyn Apron Skirt-- I'm dying to do a circus-themed skirt outfit!

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  75. I just liked their page on Facebook!

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  76. I would choose the Sandlewood Jacket - by Amy Butler. today is my birthday, and wouldn't that make a nice gift!

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  77. You're right, they have a fantastic selection of patterns. I especially loved the Bonnie Blue Jenna Leigh one, but there are many many I would love to have!

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  78. My pick would be the "Favorite Things Summertime" cami. I'm pregnant and due September 2nd, so I would love to make a couple simple, cool tops for the summer ahead!

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  79. There are sooooo many great ones! Love the Bonnie Blues and the Oldbelhe, but a favorite for sure is the Sis Boom Marissa!
    Thanks for the fun! (now off to look through MORE patterns!!!)

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  80. New facebook follower too! :)

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  81. What pattern would I pick??? Where do I begin....oh my....I want ALL of them!! :)
    I would probably want to start of with Pink Fig's Tea Party Apron Skirt and Top No.22. All the patterns are fabulous though!

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  82. If I could pick any pattern - I would pick the Portabellopixie Claire, but that is on back order (not sure if it is till in print). My second pattern favorite is #JM029-CD Juvie Moon - Tilly - CD Pattern.

    This is a great website - it has everything.

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  83. I like Fairytale Frocks and Lollipopson Facebook.

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  84. What adorable patterns! I love the Bananafana-Gumdrop skirt.

    lindsfitch at hotmail dot com

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  85. I like FF&L on FB.

    lindsfitch at hotmail dot com

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  86. I'd have to say either the Favorite Things Cute Skirt, or the Liesel's Dancing Dress, just perfect!

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  87. I'd be interested in the Serendipity Studio - The Juliet Tunic pattern!

    mattvaleiler at gmail dot com

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  88. My choice would be the Sew Beautiful - Dainty Designs (#SB2001P). Oh how I love those vintage childrens clothes!

    taylor_williams at live dot com dot au

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  89. I love the Juvie Moon - Diore dress pattern. My lil one isn't quite that size yet but the simplicity of it is just perfect for my current skills, and it's a fairly timeless look. Hopefully I could have a few finished by the time she grows into them, lol. moonkatz at gmail dot com

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  90. I'm a new Facebook fan of Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops.

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  91. I would get the Oliver & S - Sketchbook Shirt & Shorts for my son. I really like a few of the dresses by Serendipity Studios for me though!

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  92. I love the Sabrina Dress pattern and the Sense and Sensibility 1914 pattern, would love to have those. THank you!

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  93. OK, that was the hardest choice ever! Those patterns ROCK!!!
    My two choices would be the Melly and Me Sunrise and the Elizabeth Claire Dress

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  94. https://profiles.google.com/kenyon.tn
    there are too many to choose from! i realy like the sense and sensibility patterns, eather the romantic or portrait dress i cand decide. might have to get them both

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  95. im already a fan of FFL on face book

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  96. oh so many great patterns! I'd choose the Make it perfect Summer Fling top....now I'm off to keep searching through patterns :)

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  97. Love FFL...I can't stop looking at all of the patterns...
    I especially love the Little Lizard Apron Knot Dress!!

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  98. I would get the Sis Boom Marissa Epttern. I cannot wait to make that dress!

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  99. I follow Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops on facebook.

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  100. Oooooh, I have been looking for more boutique patterns. I am only half way down the pattern page and I already have a list a mile long!!! I really want the Pretty Ditty Apron most (or wait, possibly the Sunny Day dress and skirt) both patterns are by Jamie Christina. Thank you so much for sharing this amazing site! I can't wait to go through the rest of them when I have more time!!!

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  101. And I liked Fairytale Frock & Lollipops on facebook!

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  102. It woul be hard to choose but EIther a Make it Perfect or serendipity studio pattern or the Schoolhouse tunic pattern.

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  103. I couldn't get on their website (exceeded bandwidth) but I'd love the new SisBoom Jamie dress pattern. mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  104. I like FF&L on Facebook. mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  105. I love all her patterns, would love to make many for my granddaughter. To pick one is so hard, I would have to say the Easter Dress. but just the pattern. I already made my granddaughter her easter dress.

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  106. I would love the Summer Irene pattern!

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  107. I like Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops on facebook!
    jennygale@earthlink.net

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  108. I couldn't get on to her Website either!! But I will keep trying!

    Huggs, Nancy

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  109. wow! i would love one of those handbags! the groovy bag!

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  110. i like them on fb!

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  111. #AB04P Amy Butler - The Liverpool is my favorite pattern for me. But the "The CuppyCake Dress" Sewing Kit caught my eye as a future project for my favorite/only granddaughter.
    Thank you for introducing us to Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops. I love the patterns and now I know where to find them!!!

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  112. I'm a beginner at sewing but I think I can handle #BBD109P Bonnie Blue - Lydia and make dresses for my daughter. :-)

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  113. As a beginner and after much deliberation I have decided to go for the appliqued bibs pattern! :o)

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  114. Wow, I can't quite decide which pattern because there are so many great ones! But if I had to choose today, probably the Oliver + S Tea Party Sundress.

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  115. I am now a fan of FF&L on facebook.

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  116. If I won this giveaway, I would choose the Serendipity Studio - Francesca Skirt pattern.

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  117. I am a fan of FFandL on Facebook!

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  118. OMG! I love this website! So many cute patterns to choose from but one I love is Sabrina's dress by Olabelhe! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Debi
    debi1953@sbcglobal.net

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  119. i love this website. it has all you need in one place. i love the pattern Lizard King Apron Knot Dress

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  120. If I won, I think I might go with the Scientific Seamstress Easy Fit Pants (for kids). I have lots of skirt/dress patterns, and no pants, so this would be a good start!
    Thank you!
    prncessd@yahoo.com

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  121. Already a fan of Fairytale Frocks on FB! :)
    prncessd@yahoo.com

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  122. I would have to pick the lil' britches pattern. Those are to DIE for! I want to make some for my sister's baby that's due in June! Hope I win!

    kgross333@yahoo.com

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  123. I would pick the phoebe jumper pattern. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  124. I love the fact that she has a baby romper that you can use with woven fabric!! Bettsy Kingston - Jack and Jill Romper - E-Pattern!!

    I'm expecting a little girl come August!

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  125. I also became a fan on facebook!

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  126. Oh my goodness!! I just spent 20 minutes looking at patterns! lol They have some lovely things in their shop. But I would definitely have to choose the Bowling Shirt pattern. While I adore making little dresses for my daughter, my poor boy (who is 3) keeps begging for me to make him a dress too. So, he constantly gets new pants. But this shirt would be a great way to mix patterns and colors, just like I do for his sister. :)

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  127. And now I like them on FB also. :) Thanks for the introduction.

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  128. I think I'm right there with you, Lindsay, on the jacket. That is so lovely. Also, the have patterns for little boys!!! I love it. Thanks for the intro... sarah AT vraeden DOT com

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  129. I now Like them on Facebook, as well. I also had to mention my interest in the Fig Tree Threads girls slipper pattern. I've been looking for some larger sizes for the baby shoe designs for my little girl. So lovely, and a great price, too.

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  130. It took me 20 minutes to choose ONE pattern. But I think I'd pick this one: http://fairytalefrocksandlollipops.com/catalog.htm?item=851

    It's simple, but could be done in so many amazing ways!!!

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  131. I'm a fan on facebook!!! Oh and my email: butterflybabyplace@gmail.com

    Pretty sure you know where to find me, though! :)

    Thanks for hosting!

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  132. There are so many that I just love! But if I had to pick just one, Natalie's Dress is just precious! And I have plenty of time to make it for my grand daughter who is due in May! She won't be big enough to wear it for a while so I can take my time! LOL!

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  133. First, I'm lovin' the Plus Size category! Second, I'm lovin' the Schoolhouse tunic, which I can see wearing over skirts, leggings, pants . . . seems like an exceptionally versatile garment!! Thanks for introducing us to this wonderful site! xxoo Patty

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  134. I love those patterns! Love the fabrics too but the selection of cute patterns is THE best I have seen anywhere. Love the selection of plus size patterns. I sure hope my new grandbaby is a girl so I can pick out tons of patterns for her.

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  135. There are so many to choose from but I guess the one I could use the most is the Oliver + S, Sunday Brunch Jacket and Skirt. It's just adorable and would be so fun to make for my 2 year old.

    kristiannasharma@yahoo.com

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  136. I'd have to say, make it perfect-afterglow or make it perfect-uptown girl.
    Thanks for the chance!
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  137. I love the Sis Boom Marissa Pattern and the Little Lizard King Knot Dress. Thanks for a great giveaway.
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  138. #misslilybig.pdf Miss Lily size 5yr.- 10yr E-PATTERN would be my pick!

    LOVE that jacket and dress kit pattern too!

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  139. liked Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops on Facebook under nicole h/blesstheirheartsmom

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  140. I love the Serendipity Studios Moinque dress - thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  141. I've had my eye on the Amy Butler Mini Dress Tunic & Top for awhile now!

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  142. I like 'em on FB!!!
    Thanks....
    katessewgreat.blogspot.com
    katie at iamnotageek dot com

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  143. I've just begun to sew for my children but I would love to try my hand at the Amy Butler trench coat! By the way, I love both websites!!!

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  144. I love the ModKid-Maya Pattern, I have been wanting to try working with knits and this pattern seems perfect to start with!

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  145. So many cute patterns it's really hard to choose! I think I'd go with the reversable rompers pattern for boys (or girls). I've been wanting to make some rompers or jon-jons for my son.

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  146. I really like a lot of the patterns so much so that I even ordered one! (The coat one that you mentioned in your post, love it!) If I one I would choose the Jenna Leigh pattern Bonnie Blue Designs. My daughter loves to wear dresses and it would be perfect! Thanks for the chance, Denise

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  147. Lovely place. I love the Ric rac kinder girls pattern.
    I am sita Gilly from sitagilly.blogspot.com
    Mail sitagilly@gmail.com

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  148. Wow!!! I got so carried away looking at patterns, I almost forgot to come back here! What a great giveaway! I think it's down to Juvie Moon Zinna or Juvie Moon Aaila - so adorable!!

    Thanks for the chance!
    Stef

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  149. I would pick the olabelhe janey's dress it is too cute, and well I would like some juvie moon, just waiting for Terri to get the e-pattern

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  150. Wow, she really *does* have everything under the sun! It would be hard to choose, but I might go with Roxy from Farbenmix, Sydney from Modkid or Uptown Girl from Make it Perfect. But I still haven't made my way through the whole site.

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  151. I'm a FB fan, too. I can't wait to go over and check out her 'likes'. I'm always on the hunt for interesting sewing patterns.

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  152. Yay! I would <3 the Oliver + S Tea Party Sundress!

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  153. Ummm... I've narrowed it down to three: the Emaline Skirt, Modkid - Sydney, and Oliver & S - Music Box Jumper. But there are just so many choices!

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