January 02, 2020

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12 Days of Christmas Day 9 - January 2nd, 2019


Hi everyone, Today is DAY 9! For our 9th Day Of Christmas giveaway, we are giving away another $25 Pixie Faire Gift card! There are so many ways to spend $25 and so many new patterns coming out in 2020, you'll be thrilled with this chance to pick up a few, on us!

To enter the giveaway, scroll down to the bottom of the post to read the details...

 

12 Days Of Christmas - Sewing With Cinnamon Celebration!

DAY 1 - Day 12 Bonus For Sewing With Cinnamon! Just 4 Days left to take advantage of the promotional offer of $96.00 for an annual Sewing With Cinnamon membership. That's almost half-off the current rate of $14.99/month! This offer will be good for twelve days only - December 25th - January 5th, so don't miss out! 

When you sign up at this annual rate you are locked in at $96 per year indefinitely (or until you cancel). That's just $8 per month, and each month you get a coupon code for one free pattern from select brands. Today we're announcing the 4th brand added to the Sewing With Cinnamon bonuses!

If you're not interested in the annual subscription, you can also join at the monthly rate of $14.99 and cancel at any time. You will receive all of the bonuses and content for the current month, and subsequent months while you are a member.

Learn more about all the amazing benefits of the Sewing With Cinnamon membership community here: Sewing With Cinnamon and stay tuned as we announce all the surprises that will be offered to new and existing subscribers during the 12 days of Christmas celebration!

Day 2 Bonus - But wait, there's more!

To sweeten the deal even more, we've added a new bonus for all Sewing With Cinnamon members - the Liberty Jane Ginza Girl pattern and the full sew-along video is now a permanently free SWC bonus! Make this darling coat dress and capelet for your 18-inch American Girl doll with complete confidence! (This is a limited time giveaway)

Day 3 Bonus - Exciting news and a free pattern!

Begining in 2020 you'll notice that the monthly coupon code for a free pattern is expanding to include a few more select brands! Yay! We're excited to announce the first one, 123 Mulberry Street! As an added bonus, we are now going to include the 123 Mulberry Street Gotchies pattern for 18-inch dolls as a permanently free bonus for Sewing With Cinnamon members!

Day 4 Bonus: Receive early bird access to free patterns throughout the year, before they go up for sale on Pixie Faire!

In December (the current SWC month), we featured the Thimbles and Acorns Silk Road Dress pattern as the focus of our monthly topic. The pattern is available exclusively to SWC members for free, before it is released to the general public in 2020. This is an additional bonus, on top of the monthly coupon code for one free pattern! We've seen such a great response to this, we plan to do this several times in 2020 as well! Join today and get access to this bonus while it's still available for members to download!

Day 5 Bonus: We are excited to announce that Sewing With Cinnamon members will receive FREE SHIPPING on any physical product sold & shipped on Pixie Faire! Check out the SWC Member Access page for details (In the Sewing With Cinnamon drop-down menu).


Day 6:  Another Brand Added To The Monthly Coupon!

We mentioned that beginning in 2020 you'll notice that the monthly coupon code for a free pattern is expanding to include a few more select brands! Yay! Today, we're excited to announce the second one, Karen Lorraine Design! As an added bonus, we are now going to include the KLD Prairie Chic pattern for 18-inch dolls as a permanently free bonus for Sewing With Cinnamon members!

 

 

  

Day 7 Bonus: Sewing With CInnamon members can click here  (or go to the SWC Blog) to get an exclusive coupon code for $40 off the price of the DIY Style Cutting System Starter Set which is priced at $269! It's an amazing opportunity to grab this ingenious set!

 

Day 8 Bonus:  Another exciting brand added to the Sewing With Cinnamon Monthly Coupon code!

We mentioned that beginning in 2020 you'll notice that the monthly coupon code for a free pattern is expanding to include a few more select brands! Yay! Today, we're excited to announce the third one, Sew Urban! As an added bonus, we are now going to include the Sew Urban Urban Handbag for 18-inch dolls as a permanently free bonus for Sewing With Cinnamon members! Just click over to the Sewing With Cinnamon Bonuses section to grab your free bonus today!

  

 

Day 9: Couture Sewing Academy Limited time bonus!

We're adding the full Couture Sewing Academy course as a free bonus for new and existing Sewing With Cinnamon members. This course will be avaialbe for a limited time (through January 10th). Couture is a wild and wonderful world of amazing techniques, beautiful fabrics, and luxurious finished garments. Nothing can compare to holding a really beautifully constructed piece of clothing in your hands! Given the small scale of doll clothing, sewing doll couture specifically is an amazing canvas for these techniques, and provides a unique opportunity to workshop new methods and produce amazing art. 

 

 

 

 

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How To Enter The PF Gift Card Giveaway:

To enter today's giveaway, simply leave a comment in the box below finishing the sentence below, the most specific you are the more likely you will be to see a pattern created for that item!  

"My favorite fashion era is...  I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a ...."

 

Comments must be left (on this blog post) by midnight (pacific), 1/2/2020.

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.

The winner will be chosen randomly from the comments received and contacted through the email provided in the comment. We will update the post with the chosen winner as well on the following day.

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 :)

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.

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!

Merry Christmas!

Cinnamon & Jason

& the whole Liberty Jane & Pixie Faire Team

PS. The daily gift card giveaway winners have been added to the corresponding posts the day after the giveaway's end. Here's a summary to date:

Day 1- Congrats to Donna C. She is the winner of the $25 gift card and has been contacted by email!

Day 2 - Congrats to RuthAnn D. she is the winner of the $25 gift card and has been contacted by email!

Day 3 - Congrats to Ann C. she is the winner of the $25 gift card and has been contacted by email!

Day 4 -  Congratulations to Angelica V. She won the $25 gift card and has been contacted by email!

Day 5 - Congrats to Deb P. She won the $25 gift card and has been notified by email!

Day 6 - Congrats to Linda W. She won the $25 gift card and has been notified by email!

Day 7- 

Day 8 - Jan P.


100 Comments

Heidi Brown
Heidi Brown

January 02, 2020

I love patterns from the 50s and 60s.

Patti
Patti

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 40’s. I would love to see some of Christian Dior styles like his New Look, women’s tailored suits, basic black dress or one of his beautiful evening gowns!

Leslie
Leslie

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1800’s

B. Key Art
B. Key Art

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is – way too hard to pick – I love the variety of designs through the ages. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for either an 1860’s ball gown or a 1950’s ball gown – love the fancy styles.

Aimee
Aimee

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 15th century. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a hoops.

Sandra Rowe
Sandra Rowe

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian era. I’d like to see more historical patterns for male dolls.

Nancy S
Nancy S

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1800’s. I love to put all the embellishments allowed on these styles! I’d love to see more historical patterns for the 1950s, including boy styles.

Michelle Nelson
Michelle Nelson

January 02, 2020

I was born in the 50’s and was a teen in the 70’s so I would have to say those are my two favorite eras.

Lana Feekes
Lana Feekes

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the 1980s. I would really like to see more native Americans and African Americans clothing cause its fashion is amazing.

Marylin
Marylin

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the 70’s since that is when I grew up. I would like to see more patterns for the 14 inch doll

Mary
Mary

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is now. I like the variety of fabrics and the choices of styles we have today.

Bunny Smith
Bunny Smith

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the roaring twenties.

Patricia
Patricia

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1960’s, inspired by Jackie Kennedy’s superb sense of style. I’d love a pattern for a classic Jackie suit or evening gown!

Marichu
Marichu

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is now. I would like to see more patterns representing more Asian cultures like the Philippines.

Carol P.
Carol P.

January 02, 2020

Love the 1950’s, perhaps some boy doll clothing.

Pam
Pam

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is …. all of them. I love making outfits that harken back to yesteryears but also making modern fashions for the dolls.

Joanne
Joanne

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is 1800’s but also love the ballroom type beautiful dresses short & long.

Barbara
Barbara

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 60s. Dressy, simple shifts. I’d like to see patterns incorporating this era.

Beth C
Beth C

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1940’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a 1940’s era women’s dress.

Deirdre
Deirdre

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1950s. I would love to see a couple of patterns for 18" dolls which feature gathers at the sides and a straight panel in the front such as the vintage Simplicity patterns 2479, 1499, and the front closing 3082.

Grandma Freckles
Grandma Freckles

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the 1940s & 1950s. Fun comfortable practical clothes, but with plenty of style.

Beula
Beula

January 02, 2020

I really can’t say that I have a favorite…..would enjoy some patterns that represent classic/famous books……Anne of Green Gables, Annie, Little House on the Prairie, etc.

Beaj
Beaj

January 02, 2020

Decisions, decisions… I’m interested in the 40’s…Thanks your generosity is appreciated

Karyn O'Rear
Karyn O'Rear

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the late 18th century. I would like to see a historical pattern offer a recreation of one of Marie Antoinette’s court gown. In my dreams, it would include hair-styling instructions for a wig, using “hair” from inexpensive Halloween wigs.

keeley
keeley

January 02, 2020

I too would love to see 1910’s suffragette clothing. Its incredibly important for us (women) to remember where womens rights first started, and thankfully, still continues
today!

Monica
Monica

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is right now. I like modern trendy clothes on my dolls.

Cathy B
Cathy B

January 02, 2020

I love the 70’s flowers and minis.

Connie M
Connie M

January 02, 2020

I would love to see more 1920’s and 1930’s fashions

Kathy
Kathy

January 02, 2020

I like them all. Specifically outfits that represent a career or “look” iconic to that era.
For example, 50’s car hop, 40’s nurse, (these I already own) 60’s space program, 20’s flapper dress, 30’s detective/Dick Tracy look, etc.

April F.
April F.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1920s.  I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a gorgeous flapper dress and some 1920s daywear, too.

Linda T
Linda T

January 02, 2020

My favorite era would be the Roaring 20’s and appropriate since it is 2020! I love those flapper dresses and the hats! So pretty and the doll clothes are lovely. Anxious to make for my granddaughters American Girl dolls!

Cassandra A
Cassandra A

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is probably 1911-1915. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for an advanced sewer.

Den H
Den H

January 02, 2020

Favorite fashion era? I don’t think I have one. I like bits and pieces from each era.

Marsha
Marsha

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era would be the 1800’s. I would like to see more authentic national costumes from different countries around the world.

Christie
Christie

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion era is the Regency. I would love to see more patterns inspired by Japanese street fashion and authentic kimono and yukata patterns.

Leah
Leah

January 02, 2020

The 40’s would be the period when my mother was in her 20’s.
I’d like to replicate her style.

Terri
Terri

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1970’s. I would like to see a pattern relating to that era. Flower Power all the way!

Renee
Renee

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era’s are many, but since we are celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which finally gave Women the Right to Vote in the United States, I would really like to see a pattern that represents what many Suffragettes wore in the parades and during the protests to get the right to vote. These brave women, our grandmothers and great grandmothers worked so hard for women to have a voice in this country and across the world. We need to remember and honor them. So I would really like to see a pattern for a Suffragette from the late 1910’s.

Julia
Julia

January 02, 2020

My dolls either wear modern clothes or Little House dresses.

Maryann
Maryann

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is 40’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a 18 inch American Girl doll.”

Fran T
Fran T

January 02, 2020

I would love to see Holly Hobby type outfits, bonnets, etc. It would be nice to see more beginners’ patterns that have easy features but don’t look boxy. Also a list of trims, embellishments, etc., for 18 inch doll clothes and where to find them would be awesome! Thank you for the giveaway! :)

Betty
Betty

January 02, 2020

My favourite era is from the 50’s-60’s.

Ellen Barth
Ellen Barth

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 1920s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a flapper dress.”

Anna S
Anna S

January 02, 2020

Most of my dolls wear modern, but my favorite fashion eras are Regency and Edwardian- and I am also interested in the 1920s. I would love to see historical children’s clothing from any era for KNC or AGAT (or adult historical fashions for Ellowyne).

Sonja
Sonja

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the regency period. However, I would like to see more of the old Hollywood dresses (like in Sabrina) and more fantasy type clothing, like steampunk. Someone mentioned the clothing in Frozen—I do like that detailed type of clothing in both movies that Anna wore, as well as the fantasy type Elsa wore.

Deborah Weber
Deborah Weber

January 02, 2020

My fashion era was the 70’s loved the clothes and the disco

Lori
Lori

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion era??!! I love all things old so it varies from Edwardian to Victorian to the ‘50s

Connie
Connie

January 02, 2020

I love the children’s play clothes from the late 50s early 60s what you would wear outside. 18 inch and wellie sized.

Juanita Owenby
Juanita Owenby

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is Jacqueline’s Roaring ’60’s – Chic. I’d like to see a ‘historic’ pattern offered from that time, or slightly earlier during the Christian Dior glamored up ’50’s. Going back, the Victorian Era is really hard to beat. So difficult to make a decision, but Pixie Faire always comes up with something beautiful. Thanks!

kathy
kathy

January 02, 2020

my favorite little house outfits

Kathy W.
Kathy W.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is 1930-1960. While my dolls (Kit, Molly, and Maryellen) like those styles, I sew contemporary outfits for girls with “Truly Me” dolls.

jacquie Corrigan
jacquie Corrigan

January 02, 2020

I just love a twirly skirt so my favourite fashion era is the 50’s

Janice
Janice

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the roaring 20s. My grandmother was a flapper, and those clothes always make me smile.

Bee
Bee

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 40s.

Peggy
Peggy

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era was the 80’s with the shirtwaist dress back in style, long suit jackets, jumpsuits, shoulder pads, and yes, the mullet!

Nancy Saller
Nancy Saller

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1940’s.

Connie
Connie

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era….hmmm. I don’t think I have a favorite. There are great pieces from every era and it is fun to make them all.

Joanne
Joanne

January 02, 2020

I like the Victorian era. Perhaps more puffy sleeves for Wellie.

Jane Parks
Jane Parks

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian era. I would love to see patterns from this era not only for 18" but also Barbie, Gene and Wellie sizes.

Barbara
Barbara

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion are is 1950’s

Susan S
Susan S

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 1880s/goldrush time. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a cowboys, prairie wear, town wear and the saloon girls.”

Debra
Debra

January 02, 2020

My favorite Fashion Era would be the 1930’s. I am amazed what women could create during the depression. They were oh so creative! I’d like to see a pattern for the boys from that era. Knickers, newsboy cap…

Suzan V
Suzan V

January 02, 2020

My favourite era is current fashion. I love to create clothes that my girls currently wear and they love to match up with their dolls :-)

Annie
Annie

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion eras are the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s.

Linda H
Linda H

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is The Roarings 20’s (1920’s).

Piroska
Piroska

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 50s, especially the cocktail dresses. Glamourous and beautiful.

Debbie W
Debbie W

January 02, 2020

I don’t really have a favorite, but if I had to choose it would be the 60’s-70’s. A favorite of mine is also Little House on the Prairie styles (not positive of the year). I like it when clothes were a little more conservative than they are today. :-) Thank you for the wonderful opportunities you provide!

Kim
Kim

January 02, 2020

I would like to see a historical pattern for a variety of hats.

Hannah
Hannah

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 60s. I would like to see a historiical pattern for a platform shoe!

Denise Darby
Denise Darby

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is 20’s and 30’s .

Sally
Sally

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is 1890-1910; mostly due to Anne of Green Gables. 🙂

Sally
Sally

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is 1890-1910; mostly due to Anne of Green Gables. 🙂

Maureen W.
Maureen W.

January 02, 2020

I don’t exactly have a ‘favorite’ era; that being said, the glamor days of old Hollywood, Cinema, Noir movies, greta garbo, lucille ball, jean simmons, and for some reason, I really liked the costumes from Frozen 2 I know, I know….any period of Hollywood glam – for Ellowyne Wilde and other 16" dolls….there are a lot of great patterns, and not having looked at all the fantastic designers Pixie Faire has, I am suggesting this fashion era, possibly Paris/Milan runways???
Creation is endless……Thankyou for this give-a-way……..

Juliette
Juliette

January 02, 2020

The 1950’s. I’d love patterns for dresses, outerwear, and also patterns for boys.

Cathy
Cathy

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is medieval and renaissance. Would love to see more patterns in this era.

Angela
Angela

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion comes from the medieval era. I love the full skirts and flared sleeves.

Inga
Inga

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is costumes! I would like to see a Canadian RCMP costume as well as more ethnic costumes. Love all that is there already!!

Rebecca
Rebecca

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is really tough to decide! Colonial, Regency, romantic era, Edwardian, 20s, 30s, 40s 50s 60s…
I love when fashion trends were not as throwaway.

I would love to see more historical patterns for boy dolls and 14 inch size. I’d also like underrepresented eras like the 1920s and late nineteenth century, as long as the clothing is appropriate for children rather than miniaturized ladies fashion.

Kim M.
Kim M.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era are the Medieval and Renaissance periods.
I would like to see (more) historical pattern(s) offered for these eras.

Nancy G
Nancy G

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is… I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a ….”

My favorite fashion eras are Edwardian through the 1930’s! I know that is more than one era, but that is the time frame of beautiful clothing. I would love to see some pattern for the 18" dolls from these eras.

Randy Keller
Randy Keller

January 02, 2020

Love the 50’s

Holly
Holly

January 02, 2020

I would love to see more of the 1920’s era patterns offered. From all angles of 20’s life: housewife, working girls, and gangster’s molls. Wouldn’t that be fun!?

Char
Char

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Regency era. I love the high waist and femininity.I would like to see fashions from that time.

Bobbi
Bobbi

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era was the 40s and the 50s because that’s when I was a child and my qram made my clothes and when I started to make my own

Sandy
Sandy

January 02, 2020

Favorite fashions – That’s a hard question. I love the time period designs of the yesterday movie stars including – Myrna Loy (as Nora Charles), Phryne Fisher (fictitious name of Ms. Fisher’s Mysteries), Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, and Doris Day. (Unfortunately, there seems to be little to remember (fashion trend wise) for the past 20 – 30 years.) In addition, I love the 1900s – 1960s school dresses.

Patty Ealy
Patty Ealy

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1930s. I would like to see more patterns for 1930s play outfits and a holiday dress in that era.

Sharon
Sharon

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion is the Victorian era. I enjoy sewing the many girl patterns PixieFaire has offered in this time period but would really like to see more 18 inch boy doll Victorian era outfits such as a Christmas Carol Dickens outfit.

Sharon
Sharon

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion is the Victorian era. I enjoy sewing the many girl patterns PixieFaire has offered in this time period but would really like to see more 18 inch boy doll Victorian era outfits such as a Christmas Carol Dickens outfit.

susan
susan

January 02, 2020

I would love to see historical patterns that represent the March daughters of Little Women.

Nicole
Nicole

January 02, 2020

I love the 40’s and 50’s women were just starting to come out on their own. Breaking the mold shall we say. The chic sexy yet conservative look is amazing

Marge R (mer)
Marge R (mer)

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 50’s & 60’s, but I’d like to see some fancy Roaring 20’s fashions for dolls.

Eva
Eva

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is…well, I like all eras, but I especially love Victorian-era (though it bleeds over into Edwardian as well). I would like to see (a) historical pattern(s) for lower-class styles. While middle-to-upper class is beautiful, it would be nice to dress my dolls in working-class clothing.

Melody Miller
Melody Miller

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion era isn’t really an era – I like the ethnic clothes and costumes the best – anything different. If love to see more cultural clothing patterns.

Tanya
Tanya

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 40s without a doubt…shoulder pads, pencil skirts, hats and all!!! Shirtwaist dresses for everyday, to pleated, cuffed pants for women to the torch singer halter dresses.. Joan Crawford, Kathryn Hepburn…Cary Grant and the wonderful suits. Hats, hats, hats!!! Fabulous!!

BrendaK
BrendaK

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the 1950’s. I would love to see patterns for the very full skirts and crinoline petty coats we wore then.

Sparkle
Sparkle

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is…I’m not sure I have one. I really like the mix of clothing styles from all the different eras. Thanks for providing us with so many fun choices.

dee evans
dee evans

January 02, 2020

I like the 70’s since I was young in that time frame.

Christine
Christine

January 02, 2020

My favorite historical era is the pioneer era. I would like to see more historical patterns for all eras offered for Wellie Wishers and Hearts for Hearts size dolls. Thanks!

Leanna
Leanna

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is Rococo—There was an enormous amount of embellishment! I’d like to see more patterns for male dolls of each era.

Ashley M Wilson
Ashley M Wilson

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is … I have so many; Regency, Victorian, Colonial, Renaissance, Medieval.

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