Welcome to DAY 7 of our 12 Days if Christmas celebration!
For our 7th Day Of Christmas giveaway, we are doing a GIVEAWAY of one $100 A Girl For All Time eGift Card to one lucky winner. The gift card can be used towards any item available on the A Girl For All Time website! Woot, Woot!
More about A Girl For All Time: A Girl For All Time® dolls are 16-inch dolls who represent fictional British historical characters as well as modern English girls, and even a new boy doll named Max. Dolls from the Your Historical Girl™ collection are the perfect choice for those interested in English history, as each doll is a member of the same ancestral line through the generations. Each doll’s accompanying book explores their own search to connect with the history of their ancestors as well as depicting life in their own time period. AGAT also produces a collection of contemporary dolls in their Your Modern Girl™ line.
Check out our full A Girl For Time Doll Reveiw.
Check out our collection of patterns designed especially for A Girl For All Time dolls.
We'd love to know more about the styles you're looking for. Are you a fan of the modern styles? Maybe Boho, or Rocker, Outback Adventurer, or the Preppy Schoolgirl? Or are you more of a fan of the historical genres? What era catches your eye, the 20s, the 80s, or something like the Renaissance?
Simply comment on this blog post finishing the following sentence or two…
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is... [insert time period here] I'd love to see a pattern for [insert specific clothing item]... “
Comments must be left (on this blog post) by midnight (pacific) on Thursday, 12/31/2020.
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.
This is part of the 12 Days of Christams annual promotion, each day from December 25th through January 5th we are going to reveal a special One Day Giveaway for One Lucky Winner! These will be short-term prizes, designed for just 1 day each. So, be sure to set your alarm, bookmark our blog, and remember to check back each day. The giveaway will begin and end at midnight pacific time each day. Don’t miss out!
The winner will be chosen randomly from the comments received and contacted through the email provided in the comment. We will post a list of all the winners in the wrap up blog post on January 6th.
Additionally, by commenting, you agree to allow us to use your comments for future promotional activities. In other words – we might quote you when we are putting together new testimonial pages. If you’re not okay with that – don’t leave a comment
Okay, good luck, and if we’ve forgotten anything we will modify and/or update this post as needed.
We hope you enjoy our 12 Days Of Christmas Celebration. We are incredibly grateful for your ongoing support and wish you a happy holiday season, and a terrific new year!
Happy New Year!
Cinnamon & Pixie Faire Team
My favorite era is the 1970’s. I would love to see a pattern for a duffle coat. They were all the rage and I remember wearing one on our first overseas visit to the UK in the winter of 1974.
My favorite era of clothing is the 1950’s. It is what I grew up with.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is Victorian. I’d love to see a pattern for up-to-date modern clothing. I feel there are plenty of Victorian fashions to choose from, but I’d like to see more modern innovative looks!
I love clothes from the 50’s and 60’s – when I grew up! And my Clementine looks great in them!
i WOULD LOVE TO SEE MORE DRESSES FROM THE SOUTHERN BELLS IN THE PLANTATION ERA.
My favorite era to sew is the 50’s. Can’t beat a full poodle skirt😄
I love clothes from the 1800!! I love dresses made from pixie fairie from that time era
My favorite era for clothing and fashion is current day. I would love to see patterns for Götz Little Kidz.
My favorite era is the 60s-70s. I would like to see a jumpsuit—but only if it’s easy to get on and off. But the girls I sew for only want today’s styles!!!
My favorite era of clothing is the 40’s and 50’s there was such elegance in the style. But being a sewer I am drawn to many eras depending which doll I’m sewing for😊
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the Edwardian and Victoria era, although for my shop I am most interested in more modern styles. I’d love to see more imaginative patterns… for steampunk, gothic Lolita and Harajuku.
My favorite era of clothing is during the Civil War era. I love to read stories about that time period
My favorite era for clothing is the 1940’s. I would like to see patterns for casual wear such as pants and play wear.
My favorite ‘era’ is anything from 1860 to 1959
My favorite era of clothing is the 1950’s. I would like to see more dresses for what girls wore in the late 50’s.
I think I would like to see patterns for the roaring 20’s!
My favorite eras of clothing and fashion includes: the elegant styles of Audrey Hepburn and Ms. Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.
I would love more patterns that are multiperiod – for example:
My new favorite is Thimble & Acorns – CHARLOTTE 18" CLOTH DOLL PATTERN. (This pattern also gets extra stars because it is EASY- EASY to make!!!) I’ve made the pattern with:
1. Civil War fabric (plus an apron)
2. Feed-sack fabric – Shortened both skirt and sleeve, lengthened the two side pleats to waistline to add ties (sashes), trimmed with ric-rac and a solid color (self-made) narrow bia tape.
3. Dressy fabric – Shortened both skirt and sleeve length, lengthened the two side pleats to waistline to add ties (sashes), and added a same fabric (folded back) ruffle to both sleeve and skirt.
4. Retro fabric – In addition, I think it would work well shortened to just below the waist with an added tie – sash.
I would love to see patterns for the 1800’s including undergarments.
My favorite era for clothing style is the 60’s. I’d love to see a pattern for a Jacquie Kennedy style suit and hat.
My favorite era of clothing styles is 1930’s and 40’s! The women in my family all knew how to use a feed sack and turn it into the popular styles of the day, except for the wool skirt. Of course feed sacks weren’t made out of wool or even that wouldn’t have been an issue!
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is all. I love watching the trends change and enjoy those that sometimes we feel are a little crazy. I would love to see more for the boy dolls.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is Early American. Although, it is difficult to really just say one era. I love period outfits as well as fantasy/SciFi too. I’d love to see a pattern for Betsy Ross, Annie Oakley, Clara Barton, Anna Louise James etc.
My favorite sera of clothing is the Victorian Era. I love all the billowy skirts and dresses, lace, undergarments, gloves, hats, etc.
I’d love to see a Girl For All Time dressed as Lady Jane Grey.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the1800’s. I’d love to see more patterns for boy dolls
My favorite period of fashion is the 1910’s and I would like to see more patterns for the 16" dolls.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is Victorian. I’d love to see a pattern for a corset, and something dress-wise that really incorporates everything that made Victorian fashion so insanely over-the-top. It was all a mix of vibrant colors – purple, and fuchsia, and orange, and the arsenic green the time period was famous for – in mismatched patterns, with all kinds of lace and buttons and trims. Victorian clothes were just absolutely WILD and I’d really love to see a pattern reflecting that, rather than the sedate and austere aesthetic people mistakenly attribute to the Victorian era.
My favorite era of clothing is 1940s women’s dresses. That’s what I would like to see a pattern for.
My favorite era for clothing is today! Trendy terms!
My favorite era is the medieval times, and would love to have some 14"to 15" doll patterns for that time period for both girl or boy dolls.
My favorite era of clothing is regency. I would love to see more hat patterns.
My favorite era for clothing is the 80’s. I would like to see some more shoe patterns and clothing patterns for the Heart 4 Heart dolls. Thank you Cinnamon for the awesome giveaways.😘
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1920’s. I’d love to see the beautiful beaded and embroidered fashions of that time
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is historical, especially mid 1850’s. I would like to see more boy doll patterns for this era.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1950’s. I’d love to see a pattern for typical male clothing from those years. Happy New Year everyone.🎊🎉
My favorite era is historical. I don’t sell a lot for that. Because the girls prefer something more trendy installation. I appreciate all of the patterns that pixie fair has for the historical and the trendy patterns.
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the Victorian era. I’d love to see a pattern for dresses from the Queens and their ladies for England, Scotland & Whales. I’m also interested in clothing for Vietnamese women, both royalty and the peasants. So far, I’ve not seen a single pattern from this country.
My favorite era of clothes and fashion is the 1920s. I’d love to see a pattern for a flapper-style dress.
I like what is trendy and in fashion today! The more up tp date the better! Accessories are also always welcomed.
I like what is trendy and in fashion today! The more up tp date the better! Accessories are also always welcomed.
“My favorite clothing and fashion is traditional clothing from around the world. I’d love to see patterns for Flamenco dresses from Spain, the sari of India, kimono from Japan, the kilt from Scotland, etc.
My favorite era of clothing is the late 60s/early 70s hippie style, Id love to see a pattern for hip hugger bell bottoms or anything hippie!
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is 1850’s to 1930’s. I’d love to see a pattern for a flapper dress for both the 14.5 and 18 in dolls.
My favorite is the 50s and 60s, I would love to see girls in party clothes, and also some school clothes or uniforms! with saddle shoes! and a binie!! Thanks for the opportunity
I can’t say I have a favorite era. I’m intrigued by the fashions from the 20’s & 30’s as my grandparents were from that era. But I also love the 50’s, 70’s & 80’s. I think a dress pattern from the 50s would be neat.
My favorite era of clothing is 1990. I would like to see patterns for Jean Jacket and leggings.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is contemporary, clean lines.] I’d love to see a pattern for [easy on jumpsuit]… “
My favorite era would be the 70’s
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is… the 1940-1950’s I’d love to see a pattern for schoolgirl outfits and shirtwaist dresses
I don’t really have a specific time period. I like current styles, and I sometimes do adjustments to make them modest.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is a three way tie between the late 60s/early 70s hippie fashions, the Colonial era, and Roaring 20s (yes, I know, I’m a little nuts.) I was a kid in the 60s & 70s, so I remember the handmade look of the hippies fondly, I got into the Colonial fashions thanks to living near Williamsburg VA for a few years, and I’m a huge fan of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. And being a former member of the SCA, I also have a sneaking fondness for medieval clothing.
my favorite era is the victorian era i would love to see anything for that era
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1940s and 1950s. I’d love to see a pattern for dresses and blouses.
My favorite period of time is 1910-1928. They had style and after WW I girls were finally being recognized as athletic and forging ahead with women’s rights.
My favorite era of clothing would be the Victorian era. I would like to see Victorian swimsuit patterns for the AG dolls.
My favorite era to sew for is modern. Lived the 50’s & 60’s but sewing for a modern doll needs modern outfits.
I love the 1950’s and I like to see different patterns and designs for poodle skirts!
My favourite clothing era is definitely Regency! Patterns for a boy doll of that era would be amazing.
My favorite era of clothing used to be frontier times, since Kirsten was my first doll. But since then I have grown to love all sorts of clothes. I would love to see a patterns for coats and outerwear.
My Favorite era is for the 1920’s to 1940’s Looking at pictures of women of this era they were proud of their appearance and most dressed well even daily wear.
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 50’s. I’d love to see a pattern for slacks both pleated and non pleated.
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 60s and 70s/ I’d love to see a pattern for bell bottoms and bell shaped sleeves. I also like many of the historical styles that are already on Pixie Faire!
My favourite era is modern. I love the netting under a full shirt skirt!
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is Regency. I’d love to see a pattern for more accessories.
Love the Victorian Era the dresses and gowns were so beautiful and fancy!
My favorite era of clothing is 1960’s. I’d love to see a pattern for girls dresses from that time.
My favourite era of clothing fashion is between 1930 to 1950. There are so many varieties of patterns at Pixie Faire to choose from . I love viewing the inspirational images posted on Pixie Faire website
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is 1920s. I’d love to see a pattern for 1920s day dresses and anything Cable Girls.
My favorite era to sew for are the 1950’s and modern.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion I are varied.
I would love to see patterns that represents different ethic groups.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1950’s. I’d love to see a pattern for crochet twin sweater set.
My favorite era of clothing is the victorian styles the dress were beautiful
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is, I have to pick two. I love civil war styles and Victorian/ Edwardian. I’d love to see patterns for gloves and working parasols as well as easier patterns for beginners.
Currently, my favorite era of clothing would be the post WWII, 1940’s-1950’s.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is either now or 80’s I’d love to see a pattern for techwear clothing (like strappy cargo pants)
I love clothes from the era 1950’s. I would love to see a pattern for pjs
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is all of them. I buy what catches my eye.
Oh that is easy…the 40s!!! and the late 30s. That was the era of my grandmother and those wonderful photos I have of her!!! And let’s not forget the movies. with Katherine Hepburn, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and may many more!!! The fitted jackets, with the peplum, pencil skirts, shoulder pads, pleated high waisted pants and the blouses…AND THE HATS!!!! Oh my the hats. Then the purses and the shoes!!!! How about the torch singers dresses. The men in their wide lapels and pleated pants wearing the hats and their snazzy shoes!!!! it is an era that not many patterns have been created.
My favorite era of clothing is the 70’s .I would like to see clothes worn by Country Music Stars
I don’t have a favorite era of clothes
I sew ones that catch my eye or that my grand daughter likes.
I love modern styles and love the classes to show how to do the different sewing styles. have learned a lot from sewing wit Cinn
My favorite era is the ‘50,lots of dresses, current fashion is more relatable to little girls. I’d like to see a pattern for pants with different hem styles, most sewers use their cotton stash so more patterns for cotton would be nice.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the French court during Marie Antoinette. I’d love to see a pattern for more silk gowns during this time.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1960’s. I’d love to see a pattern for a go-go dress.
I love Renaissance clothing, the dresses and head dresses. I also love the simple shapes of about 1900 through WWI. Anything that I can bead, with instructions and ideS for using lace and beads.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is 1920s. I’d love to see a pattern for a cute sequined flapper dress.
I like clothes from the 1040s, 40s, nd 50s.
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is Medieval. I’d love to see a pattern for a hennin.
My favorite era of clothing is the 1970s.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is… 1870 – 1940 I’d love to see a pattern for period specific swim suits.
My favorite era is the 1950’s. I’d love to see a knitting pattern for a matching sweater set.
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the ’20’s and ’30’s. I’d love to see a pattern for PJ’s and jackets.
The oldest relatives in our family were children in the 1930s. For that reason, I wish there were more patterns available for doll clothes based on fashions for boys and girls of that era.
Favorite era of clothing? That’s a tough one… I like to crochet, so more sweater patterns.
My favorite era of clothing and fashion is Victorian because the dresses were lovely. I’d love to see a pattern for an everyday dress. Happy New Year!
“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 30’s. I’d love to see a pattern for the Shirley Temple tin soldier uniform she wore in ‘Poor Little Rich Girl’
I love the 50’s era of clothing. I was a little girl and like the idea of working on patterns and fabrics that my Mom and Grandmother used to make clothes for the family at that time.
Kathleen m Andrews
December 31, 2020
Hello and Happy New Year, my favorite fashion era is the early 60’s. The time of suits and pillbox hats. Jackie Kennedy was my idol.