Welcome to Day 6 of our 12 Days Of Christmas celebration! Today we are giving away a 6 piece collection of knit and crochet items for an 18-inch doll to one lucky winner! Your 18" American Girl doll will look fabulous in these new accessories perfect for layering over basic tees and tops.
Giveaway Update: Congratulations to Lee! You've won the knitting and crochet package and have been contacted through email.
The 5 ready made items featured in this giveaway were handmade by Cherie of Ma Petite Cherie and Jen of A Little Knitty from the following patterns: Spring Crossover Wrap, Cir-Collar Vest, Pamela Poncho, Ovation Vest, and Cabbage Roses.
We're also including the A Little Knitty Learn To Knit Course and Kit with this giveaway! Jen has created this kit exclusively for Pixie Faire and will walk you through all the foundation techniques needed to tackle many knitting patterns. Over the course of the virtual workshop, you will create a Poncho, Hat & Scarf for your favorite 18" doll. Learn more here...
More pictures of the intems included in todays giveaway:
We're so excited that you're participating in this contest! We'd love to know how you heard about Pixie Faire... To enter today's giveaway, leave a comment below and complete this sentence:
"I first heard about Pixie Faire from (insert how/where)..."
Comments must be left (on this blog post) by midnight (pacific), 12/30/2017.
One entry per person.
No purchase necessary, void where prohibited. Must be 18 or older to enter. While we wish we could run this contest everywhere, for legal reasons it is only open to eligible residents of the U.S. and Canada, not including Rhode Island. This contest is exclusively endorsed by Liberty Jane Clothing and Pixie Faire.
The winner will be chosen randomly from the comments received and contacted through the email provided in the comment.
We will choose a winner and modify this post tomorrow to let everyone know who won.
Okay, good luck, and if we’ve forgotten anything we will modify and/or update this post as needed.
Happy New Year!
Cinnamon & The Liberty Jane / Pixie Faire Team
“I first heard about Pixie Faire from Pinterest. Love all the patterns.
“I first heard about Pixie Faire from facebook on a doll site that I had joined and I have collected many free patterns and have made a lot of the patterns for my granddaughters dolls. Also I have bought several of the patterns too.
“I first heard about Pixie Faire from Etsy.com I blundered into a listing and thought they were cute. "
I first learned about pixie faire from my mom who sees doll clothes and wanted to show me the amazing designs.
I am a member of a doll club and we do a doll raffel every year. All of our members make an outfit for the doll. I was searching the internet for patterns when I came across Pixie Faire. I never looked back, this was what I was looking for. I love everything about Pixie Faire. What’s not to love. Thank you for all you work and help.
I first heard about Pixie Faire (then it was Liberty Jane) from an internet search for AG doll clothes patterns. I knew of the commercial patterns but wanted to see if anyone had tried to make their own. And sooo glad I did!!! Amazing patterns and designers!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from the internet. I was looking for doll patterns for my granddaughters doll and stumbled on Liberty Jane Clothing, which is now Pixie Faire and the rest is history. It is on my favorites on my computer. Love them.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from the Internet searching for free pattern to print. I love your pattern, and I did buy some of your pattern for 18 inch doll.
I first heard about Pixie Faire by accident searching for something else and have been loving it ever since.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from an online search led me to a Pinterest post just a few days ago. My grandchildren are now playing with dolls and grandma is buying online and thinking about doing some sewing after a long absence.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from Nordic Needle News. They had an interview with a woman who did needlework on patterns she found on your site. Having made matching smocked dresses for my daughter and her Kirsten doll in the late 80’s I was interested and checked you out. Now my oldest granddaughter has that same Kirsten doll and so the tradition continues.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from searching the internet for AG doll clothes patterns.
I found this site by a Google search.
“I first heard about Pixie Faire from Liberty Jane website in searching for American Girl Doll Clothes a number of years ago!” Thanks for such a great website! I have gotten many of your patterns! They are great!
I first found out about Pixie Faire while doing a search for Amercian Girl doll clothing patterns and/or tutorials. We purchased a similar doll for our youngest granddaughter and I wanted to make clothes for her doll.
I’m a bit of a newbie compared with most of the other commentors. I first heard about PixieFaire on etsy. I’ve had some patterns marked as favorites for quite a while. However, it wasn’t until last spring that I checked out the website and ordered a pattern. My girls have outgrown the dolls and I don’t have grandkids…..so I wasn’t really in the doll market….until I had a homework assignment for a History of Fashion class that I was taking at the community college. PixieFaire was perfect! I had so many choices and settled on doing all of the different layers of medieval clothing. It was a fun project and I’ve been hooked ever since!! I have gotten my (and my daughters’) dolls back out of storage and they are proudly displayed in the front room again. I have been sewing for them and changing their clothing for the different seasons. I got a Wellie to go with them and a Logan doll. (had to have a boy!) I have quite the collection of patterns already, too.(there are so many fun ones!) My kids tease me now that I’ve been so immersed in American Girl, lol! I want to start drafting my own patterns, too. :)
It’s been so long, I can’t really remember how I arrived at this wonderful website. I’m guessing it was from a link shared on one of the embroidery forums that I belong to. I brought it to the attention of my husband so that we could support the Sew Powerful organization. Keep up the good work! Oh, and I’m also a fan of freebie Fridays. Thanks for all the patterns and chances to win.
I first heard about Pixie Faire through a YouTube video of a Liberty Jane unboxing that my daughters were watching. I have since purchased many patterns, taken classes, and learned so much about sewing doll clothes and sewing in general. Thank you!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a web search for doll clothes patterns. That was well over 3 years ago and I visit the site almost daily. Keep up the good work Pixie Faire!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a search on the internet looking for doll clothes patterns for my granddaughter’s new doll.
I first learned about Pixie Faire from a friend who said that they had the best patterns! She was right!!!
I first heard about Pixie Faire—still Liberty Jane, then—when searching on-line for doll clothes patterns. I have been hooked ever since!
I first learned about PIXIE FAIRE from a search on the internet and have been glued to the site ever since! What an extremely creative group plus supporting those of us who like to sew to explore new horizons Continuing to create for the American Girl Dolls is much appreciated.
I first learned about pixie faire from doing an internet search for free 18" doll clothes patterns online. I’ve been especially enjoying freebie Fridays ever since!
I first heard about Pixie Faire and Liberty Jane from Pinterest a few years ago. I was looking for 18in clothing ideas and patterns. Pixie Faire is now my go-to source for great inspiration and the patterns to create them.
Found Liberty Jane and Pixie Faire online when searching for independent doll clothes designers.
I first heard about pixie faire from a blog.
I first found Pixie Faire in a web search for doll clothes patterns.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from Etsy.
I think I first heard about Pixie Faire through searching for free doll clothes patterns! Thank for the fun giveaway!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from looking for doll clothes patterns on the internet.
I first heard of PixieFaire or Liberty Jane I think when I was searching on the internet for doll clothes patterns for my granddaughters AG doll. Then when she got older I lost contact then for my youngest granddaughter I wanted patterns for her dolls and came in contact again. The site has so much to offer. Thanks
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a blog hop.
I first heard about Pixie Fare while doing a search on the internet for AG doll clothes
I first found Pixie Faire when I did a search for doll clothes to fit an 18 inch doll. What started out for my grand daughter has also become a favorite of mine. Thank you Cinnamon for being such an inspiration.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from google when I was searching for doll patterns. :)
I have no idea how I heard about pixie faire except that I found liberty jane first. Maybe through an internet search?
I found Pixie Faire while google searching for 18” doll clothes patterns. I have loved Pixie Faire ever since!
I first heard about Pixie Faire while google searching 18" doll dress patterns.
I was searching for free doll clothes patterns. I became intrigued when I heard of the mission to Africa they are associated with. I have long known of the needs of that area, and am always intrigued with missions that use innovative good sense to help, that does not harm the culture.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from web browsing on doll patterns
I heard about Pixie Faire through AGIG. Other seamstresses were using the patterns and someone asked in the comments where they got the pattern and they answered Pixie Faire.
I heard about Pixie Faire on a blog for children’s patterns that said there were photos on a site called PinInterest… it took me a while to discover it was Pinterest. From there I found Pixie Faire and couldn’t believe what a great site it was for not just patterns but easier ways to sew doll clothing.
I am not sure where I first heard of Pixie Faire/Liberty Jane doll clothes patterns, I probably did an internet search for doll clothes I have been sewing doll clothes for a long time (Barbie was new) but My granddaughters now have American Girl dolls.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from searching for patterns on the internet. Since them I have purchased many patterns, taken classes, and gotten a lot of inspiration. I really appreciate all you have done for those of us with fewer resources.
I searched for doll clothing on the internet and found Pixie… I was so excited there was such an array of doll items. Love visiting here!!
I haven’t crocheted in years but the new patterns for dolls have inspired me to take it up again.
I first heard about Pixie Faire on Pinterest.
Gosh, it was so long ago, I don’t even remember. Was it an AG fans message board when I heard about Liberty Jane?? I’ve been following Jason and Cinnamon for a while though.
It was just plain luck! I typed in American Girl Doll patterns and up popped your site. Have become acquainted with all the venders and enjoyed all the new patterns that keep coming out. All the patterns I have purchased have been winners!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from searching the Internet for patterns for 18" dolls.
I really don’t remember how/when/where I found Pixie Faire. Must have been googling doll clothes patterns. Best place ever for all things 18"!!
I first heard about Pixie Faire when I was googling doll clothes patterns. I instantly fell in love with the site and still am!!
I first hear about Pixie Faire back when it was the Liberty Jane website. I downloaded the free t-shirt pattern and the rest is history. I have been a follower since before the first Freebie Friday! Thank you for all the free patterns you have given away over the years, and the fun Pixie Perks program.
I FOUND PIXIE FAIRE BY ACCIDENT. I WAS LOOKING AT PATTERNS FOR THE AMERICAN GIRL DOLL AND THIS SITE CAME UP. I CHECKED IT OUT AND THE REST IS HISTORY. THANK YOU FOR ALL THE GREAT PATTERNS THIS YEAR. I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEW YEAR TO SEE MORE GREAT NEW PATTERNS
I first heard about Liberty Jane from my husband when he read an article in 2008/2009 about a small local business in California.
I first heard about Pixie faire when I googled doll clothes patterns. You guys have been amazing and such an inspiration.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from my daughter who found you online while searching for patterns. She knew I would love the site, and I do!
I first heard about pixie faire while searching the internet for doll clothes for my daughters Journey doll she received last Christmas. She now has 2, we really enjoy voting gor the Friday free patterns. Thank you for offering these.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from piinterest
I first heard from an internet search for doll patterns.
I discovered Liberty Jane on Pinterest. So many cute patterns. I am hooked.
I first heard about Pixie Faire standing in line to get into a quilt show in Raleigh, North Carolina. I started telling two ladies about making doll clothes and they told me about this wonderful web called Pixie Faire.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a co-worker who sewed doll clothes for her grand-daughters. I was so excited to get a free pattern every week and to see all the patterns available. I work in the sewing machine dept. and every time I have a customer who has a grand-daughter I tell her about Pixie Faire. Recently I sold a machine for a Christmas present for an 8 year old girl. I told her mother all about Pixie Faire and how it was a great way to learn to sew using your dolls.
How beautiful.. I have no talent to creat those.. but to make each one a matching outfit would be a delight to my girls..
First time I heard about PixieFaire was when I discovered it by searching for 18” doll accessories . I love to crochet and wish I could win this collection!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from an internet search for free doll patterns. This is my favorite source for patterns. The instructions are always great, easy to follow. I can’t even count the number of times I’ve recommended this sight to ladies in my doll groups for the doll dress form pattern and shoe patterns!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a google search I did for sewing patterns for AG dolls. What a great find! I love Pixie Faire and everything associated with it. Thanks Jen for your generosity and Cinnamon for making all this happen. Happy New Year Everyone!
I first heard about Pixie Faire years ago when my girlfriend told me about it. She is an avid collector of doll patterns, she started with Kelly and Barbie dolls. When I told her my granddaughter wanted an 18 inch American girl doll and I had no idea what she was talking sbout my friend said no problem go to Pixie Faire. My granddaughter passed her doll to her younger sister who now has three American Girl dolls and I make clothes for her, charities and school auctions. Every Friday morning is like a lottery, the surprise to see what you are giving away, when you do the help pick, not big on that. Thank you Pixie Faire for this lovely fun site.
I first heard about Liberty Jane Clothes from a search for free 18 inch doll clothes patterns to suppliment my store patterns ( which I always have to alter due to poor fit) That was 2013, and now I have over 200 patterns from your site, both bought & freebies ! Have taken ALL your classes and Pixie Faire has the BEST designers and variety anywhere. Too bad you can’t GIVE away more time to sew everything I have patterns for ! LOL I love your contests & Freebie Fridays ! The Lord bless you & your ministry for your generousity and wonderful products. Thank you and have a wonderful 2018.
I first heard of Pixie Faire when I did a web search for18" doll patterns. Thanks to all the staff and their families. May God continue to bless your lives and what you help to do for others.
I first heard of Pixie Faire while searching the web. I was looking for AG doll patterns and came across this site. I love this site with the exception that every time I want to order something, they are always out of stock on the item I was looking for. Such as zippers or a paticular Pixie pack.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from ads on the internet and bought some of their CD patterns on Zuliliy.
I first heard of Pixie Faire when I started looking for historically accurate patterns for my AG dolls. Now I can sew to my heart’s content!
I first heard about pixie fairies by searching Etsy for doll cloth patterns especially silly crochet patterns
I first heard about Pixie Faire a few years ago when I was searching for doll clothes patterns for my daughter’s AG doll. I fell in love with the patterns, and started by signing up for Freebie Friday patterns…from then on, I have been sewing with Pixie Faire patterns non-stop! :)
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a book by Cinnamon that I interlibrary loaned. I found the book when I was looking for doll clothes books online.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from Googling 18 inch doll patterns.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from googling for doll clothes
I first heard about Pixie Faire from internet search for free patterns.
I first heard of Pixiefaire when I googled 18" doll patterns. AT the time, I did not realize what a gem it is. Thanks Liberty Jane and family. I am enjoying all of you are doing in your life and others.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from buying patterns on the Liberty Jane website. I’ve purchased lots of patterns and love Freebie Fridays. Thanks!!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a web search on AG doll clothing patterns about 4 years ago and I’ve been hooked ever since.
I first heard about Pixie Faire about a year ago online. I don’t recall if it was through a search for 18” doll patterns or through a Facebook doll sewing group. There is a lot of creative designs and talent among the designers associated with PF; thank you for your inspiration and generosity.
I first heard about Pixie Fairie from my favorite fabric store, The Fabric and Textile Warehouse, in Willmar, MN. I have shared the site with some of my doll clothes sewing friends. Thank you for all of the great pattern ideas and giveaways.
I first heard from Pixie-Faire from my friend, Jordyn. I have enjoyed voting, printing the patterns and making the clothes!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from… hmm… that’s been a while. Perhaps from a search for Barbie doll patterns on Pinterest or maybe Google. Not sure.
Liberty Jane while searching doe doll clothes patterns
I first learned about Pixie Faire by searching online for patterns for 18" dolls. What a lucky find. I love your patterns and I love the happiness and well being that is associated with your company.
I hears about Pixiw Faire through buying patterns at Liberty Jane.
I believe I first heard about Pixie Faire in June, 2013, when Cinnamon offered beta testers a discount on an order when she was getting PF established.
I found Pixie Faire on Pinterrst looking for doll clothes patterns for my 10 year niece and I to make together.
I first heard about Pixie Faire when I was purchasing through Liberty Jane!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a google search years ago looking for 18" doll clothes sewing patterns.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a google search.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from searching the internet for patterns for the 18" doll a friend gave me for Christmas several years ago.
Thank-you Jen for your generous gift “learn to knit course”. And all the beautiful coverups .I crochet but learning to knit would be awesome. I also learned about Pixie Faire online, when looking for patterns for my Tyler Wentworth dolls. This is when and where I fell in love with the 18" dolls and now have 4 of them. I enjoy sewing cloths for my neighbors grandchildren and my great nieces and any one else that as an 18" doll.
I first heard about Pixie Faire from an online search for 18" doll clothes patterns. I was astounded by the amount, styles and quality of the patterns available. I bought 4 right away and signed up for the newsletter. I’ve been thrilled ever since!
I first heard about Pixie Faire from a google search engine! I was searching doll clothes pattern.
December 29, 2017
I first found Pixie Fair while it was still Liberty Jane and I was wanting to make clothes for my granddaughter’’s Maples doll. I have been a fan ever since.