December 31, 2020

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12 Days Of Christmas - Day 7 Giveaway! (December 31, 2020)

 

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.

  

How To Enter The Gift Card Giveaway:

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

 


60 Comments

Nkp
Nkp

December 31, 2020

1960s is my favorite era of clothing .The styles was constantly changing and colors was moving from classic colors to moving into Bright’s.

Nkp
Nkp

December 31, 2020

1960s is my favorite era of clothing .The styles was constantly changing and colors was moving from classic colors to moving into Bright’s.

Kristina H.
Kristina H.

December 31, 2020

My favorite era is the 50’s. I’d love to see more dress patterns from that decade.

Susana
Susana

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the fifties. I’d love to see more patterns for hats for all eras

Jo
Jo

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the present time and the 1920s. I’d love to see a pattern for the 1920s, especially knitting.

Christine
Christine

December 31, 2020

“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is variable. I like unconventional looks for girl dolls, using sophisticated materials.. More modern crisp styles, some occupational items like astronaut, construction worker, etc,

Marietta
Marietta

December 31, 2020

Victorian Era is a favorite. Please offer patterns for wedding gowns. We always had pretend weddings when I played as a child with dolls.

Nadine
Nadine

December 31, 2020

I love all the styles but especially the historical styles.

Linda
Linda

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing is the present. I’d love to see patterns for clothes that look like tweens today. My granddaughters would love that the most!

Vicki
Vicki

December 31, 2020

I enjoy 50’s, 60’s and modern styles – Twiggy, Jackie Kennedy, Kate Middleton. I’d like to see
hats, purses, and jewelry patterns.

Ingrid
Ingrid

December 31, 2020

Quand j’étais petite j’aimais la période de Sissi Impératrice avec leur crinoline , mais plus grande c’est les années 80 qui restent cher a mon cœur , les vestes en jean , le cachemire , les sac US !!!!! et les années folles aussi avec leurs robes charleston !!!! en faite c’est difficile de choisir !!!!!!

Susan C
Susan C

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1940’s. The clothes were so stylish then. I’d love to see a pattern for a modernized version of the dresses from the 1940’s.

Catherine Janiga
Catherine Janiga

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing & fashion is the Victorian era. I love gowns!

Bridgette Williams
Bridgette Williams

December 31, 2020

“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is from the 60’s and 70’s. I’d love to see a pattern for bell bottom jeans.

DT
DT

December 31, 2020

My favorite fashion is the Precious Moments style – cute, little child, a little lace and country; but styles appropriate for boys and girls.

Donna
Donna

December 31, 2020

My favorite patterns are Regency. I would like to see a pattern for a ball gown from that era.

Laura Fox
Laura Fox

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of fashion is current and I would like to see a pattern for medical scrubs.

Judy Jackson
Judy Jackson

December 31, 2020

I like sewing doll clothes from the 60’s and 70’s

Robyn
Robyn

December 31, 2020

“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the Edwardian Period. I’d love to see a pattern for children’s casual clothing around 1900.

Zahava
Zahava

December 31, 2020

Boho, Mori Girl, or Lagenlook styles would be fantastic! Especially in sizes to make for the Girl for All Time dolls. :-)

Barbara Rouse
Barbara Rouse

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 80s. I’d love to see a pattern for parachute pants

Deborah
Deborah

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the Victorian era. I’d love to see a pattern for a Victorian gown for AGFAT

Denise Amrich
Denise Amrich

December 31, 2020

My favorite era for clothing and fashion is the 1980s. I’d love to see a pattern for those knee high hippy moccasin boots with the fringe at the top like we used to wear to Grateful Dead shows.

Alan Klamo
Alan Klamo

December 31, 2020

My favorite era in time was Regency. I’d love to see patterns replicating the French Fashion dolls’ dresses for ladies and little girls

Leslie
Leslie

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing is mid-late 1800’s. I love the variety of dresses (simple to fancy). I would love to see patterns for different styles of sleeves from that era. And breeches from that era for the boys.

Lynda peterson
Lynda peterson

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is 1890’s, I’d love to see a pattern for a fancy ball gown from that era.

Alan Klamo
Alan Klamo

December 31, 2020

My favorite era in time was Regency. I’d love to see patterns replicating the French Fashion dolls’ dresses for ladies and little girls

Kelly
Kelly

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1800’s. I’d love to see more patterns of that time period for the 18" doll.

Tamara
Tamara

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing is contemporary. I love to style dolls to look like they enjoy dressing at the top of fashion.

Linda
Linda

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing is Tudor, I love the costumes from this era, however my main makes are modern for my grandaughters dolls to match her own clothes as much as possible. I would love more historical patterns of any era.

alla
alla

December 31, 2020

It depends. I guess I prefer modern style or something from the 1950s. But with the Cortney now released I would love to see more of 1980s

Pat
Pat

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing is the 50’s for little girls. Party dresses with Peter Pan collars, full skirts with crinoline, smocked bodices, and puffy little sleeves. I’d love to see smocking plates for doll clothes.

Diane R
Diane R

December 31, 2020

I don’t have a favorite era, but I would like to see a priest pattern. Especially on how to make the collar.

Cindy
Cindy

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the Tudor Era. I don’t collect male dolls, but I’d love to see a pattern for a Henry VIII outfit (hat, clothes, sleeves, doublet).

Debbie Grant
Debbie Grant

December 31, 2020

“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1940s. I’d love to see a pattern for a “Rosie the Riveter” work overalls and scarf. Also US uniforms for the Women’s Army Corp (WAC), Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASP) and Woman Accepted for Volunteer Military Services (WAVES). And for the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Thank you for this contest. It’s a lot of fun!

Elizabeth
Elizabeth

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 70s, because I still have some of the dresses from that era. I loved the Maxie dress and the mini dress, I wore them both during my Junior and High school years. I am a member of a doll club and I love when we sew different eras’ for our dolls. I would love to see more patterns for this time.

Annlee
Annlee

December 31, 2020

I love the historical clothing. I would like to see more of the outer wear,coat and hats for girl and boys.

Susan H.
Susan H.

December 31, 2020

My favorite era in time was the first bustle – 1870s. I’d love to see patterns replicating the French Fashion dolls’ dresses.

Caprice
Caprice

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is…1830-1890s, specifically the gigot (leg of mutton) sleeve. I’d love to see a pattern for more gigot sleeve dresses and shirtwaist blouses, either historical or modern. The gigot made a comeback in the 1980s. My wedding dress had gigot sleeves.

Eileen
Eileen

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 1860s – the Civil War era. There are quite a few of those, though so I’d love to see a pattern for child (little girl) appropriate 1880s era clothing.

Marjorie Mickelson
Marjorie Mickelson

December 31, 2020

My favorite patterns are Regency. I would like to see a pattern for a ball gown from that era.

Linda
Linda

December 31, 2020

My favourite era of clothing and fashion are the fifties and early sixties.

Fran
Fran

December 31, 2020

“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is.18th and 19th century. I’d love to see a pattern for historically representative dresses.

Donna currie
Donna currie

December 31, 2020

My favourite era is the 60’s, but I also like sewing from the 80’s, when my girls were little..memories…. For my granddaughter, I sew contemporary doll clothes

BERNIE
BERNIE

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of Clothing and Fashion is 1950’s
I’d love to see a pattern for A 1950’s Coat.

Gracia L Marks
Gracia L Marks

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of fashion art deco. I would love to see patterns for hats and purses of this era.

Marilyn Higgins
Marilyn Higgins

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing is the pioneer era. I love the patterns based on the life and books of Laura Ingallls Wilder. I would love to see more of them.

Fran
Fran

December 31, 2020

I love historical styles, 18th and 19th century dresses.

Debbie
Debbie

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s equally! I’d love to see pattens for Twiggy outfits.

Gail Beam
Gail Beam

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the 80’s with gaucho pants, jean and leather jackets, jeans, sheepskin jackets, and jean shirts with fun buttons. I’d love to see a pattern for a faux leather jacket and a pair of gaucho pants.

Jasmine A.
Jasmine A.

December 31, 2020

“My favorite era of clothing and fashion is… anything historical! I’d love to see a pattern for, again, anything historical… “

Dswn
Dswn

December 31, 2020

I love the 60’s.

Megan
Megan

December 31, 2020

I’m a historical fashion girl all the way. To the point where I’ve written term papers on the House of Worth. The 19th century and how it really became the first century with rapidly changing fashions and wide range of silhouettes is just fascinating. Though a good Tudor/Elizabethan outfit or the dizzying variety of 18th century looks are also among my favorites.

Lauri
Lauri

December 31, 2020

I love sewing clothes from the 70’s!

Rae
Rae

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is… 1800s clothing I’d love to see a pattern for the ages these girls & boys represent.

Connie Jagolinzer
Connie Jagolinzer

December 31, 2020

I prefer sewing clothes from today/now. I try to make clothes that kids see themselves in so their dolls can be like them.

‘Chelle
‘Chelle

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is the era of Rockabilly/pin-up girls. I’d love to see a pattern for a pin-up style swing dress.

Rebecca
Rebecca

December 31, 2020

My favorite era of clothing and fashion is… Late 1960s/early 1970s. I’d love to see a pattern for groovy caftans!

Liza
Liza

December 31, 2020

I adore historical outfits on dolls!

Ellen
Ellen

December 31, 2020

I love to sew historical styles only. My favorite doll styles are the early 1800s (regency) and the early 1900s {Samantha doll styles}. I like 20s styles too. Just not modern clothes.

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