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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

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.

Eileen M
Eileen M

January 02, 2020

I like dresses from the Regency period, plus many other styles.

Georgeann
Georgeann

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is Kate Greenway dresses. I think that is Edwardian.

Lori
Lori

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is … I have many — Regency, Victorian, Colonial, Renaissance, Medieval. I would like to see more folk clothing like those is It’s a Small World — I love the comment that mentioned that but I can’t see who it was.

Lori
Lori

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is … I have many — Regency, Victorian, Colonial, Renaissance, Medieval. I would like to see more folk clothing like those is It’s a Small World — I love the comment that mentioned that but I can’t see who it was.

Jan P.
Jan P.

January 02, 2020

The 60s and early 70s were a fun fashion era, but I think you already offer several patterns. Maybe some…. electric boots, a mohair suit. Y’know I read it in a magazine! 😂

Lori
Lori

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is … I have many — Regency, Victorian, Colonial, Renaissance, Medieval. I would like to see more folk clothing like those is It’s a Small World — I love the comment that mentioned that but I can’t see who it was.

Jeanette
Jeanette

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is all of them because I really like variety in fashion and not being tied to one look or era. I enjoy many looks in my own fashion as well as the doll clothing I make for my granddaughters.

Peggy
Peggy

January 02, 2020

I like the look of the fashions from the early 1900s. I’m just glad I don’t have to wear them today. :) I’d like to see more historical patterns for Wellie Wishers.

Jackie Koepnick
Jackie Koepnick

January 02, 2020

My favorite era mid 1800 so elegant would like to see more boy outfits

Susanne Ascue
Susanne Ascue

January 02, 2020

My favorite era would be the times of Marie Antoinette. Would love those intricate styles.

Marie Kaetzel
Marie Kaetzel

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashions are from the colonial era, but the ones who dress for donations I enjoy more modern clothes. I love dresses that and e longer in the back,.long ballgowns

Kim B.
Kim B.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is hard to choose, because I feel each era brings something special in the evolution of clothing/fashion, but I would like to see a historical pattern offered for the middle ages and Viking era clothes such as for shieldmaiden or Viking queen dresses, for the Heart for Heart dolls.

Patti
Patti

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 50’s. I would love to see 50s dance type clothing

Daniele
Daniele

January 02, 2020

My favorite era was when I was growing up in the 80’s-90’s. I’d like to see some more 80’s-90’s fun clothes.

Manda Rosser
Manda Rosser

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the early 1900s or the 70s. I would like to see more patterns from styles from all over the world, different cultures and countries.

Cherie
Cherie

January 02, 2020

Since this is the beginning of 2020, I would like to see patterns from 100 years ago, the Roaring Twenties.

Lorrie
Lorrie

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1940s. I would like to see a historical pattern for a tailored suit from that era.

Ann
Ann

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is Regency. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for recreating Dickens England.

Carma
Carma

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian age, But actually, there are parts of fashion I like in about every era, except maybe the 60’s. I think I’d like to see some of the current historical patterns in the Barbie (11 1/2") size

Aggie  Bollhorn
Aggie Bollhorn

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

Diane
Diane

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era to sew for is the 1950s and 1960s. I would like to see patterns for ethnic folk costumes from around the world similar to those in Disney’s "It’s a Small World " ride.

Patty Stanton
Patty Stanton

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is…. Victorian. I love how much detail is on the dresses.

Susan
Susan

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion era is Regency – Victorian. I really like the whole N.A. settlers time from Cartier landing in Nova Scotia to Queen Victoria’s reign.
Being 2020, I would like to see more fashion patterns from the prohibition era.

Lanie P.
Lanie P.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian era. The detail and elegance of fine everyday dresses alongside the more casual wear of children is absolutely charming. I would like to see an 18” historical pattern offered for an older version of Samantha in a British/American hybrid gown. Long in length, eye-catching yoke and collar, and a skirt to complement in color with its own unique touch. A fine dress coat designed with that gown in mind to finish it off would create a wonderful addition to a Victorian collection.

Laurel
Laurel

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 50’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a Rock-a-Billy ensemble.”

J.J. Goody
J.J. Goody

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is… hard to choose, because I love the Jane Austen era and the 1950s and…
I would like to see a historical pattern offered for an outfit for someone in the Bible, which of course covers multiple millennia. But I wonder what Queen Esther may have worn, or Deborah the Judge centuries before her, or gorgeous old Sarah centuries before her. It had to be something better than a sheet thrown over them like in kid’s coloring books.

Brenda Rhodes
Brenda Rhodes

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the colonial period. I like the full long skirts and especially the bussel in the back. Don’t want to wear one but would love to make my Dolls one.

Kim
Kim

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era would be the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. I would love to see some 1980’s patterns.

Jo Ann G
Jo Ann G

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion era is none of them and all of them. Fashion, or more simply, the way we dress, is our history and I appreciate every step along the way.

linda g
linda g

January 02, 2020

I don’t have a favorite era, because I like them all! I would like to see historical fashion for my Journey Girl. She feels left out when the other 18 inch girls get new clothes.

Margaret
Margaret

January 02, 2020

I love the Edwardian era. I would like to see more hat or sleep wear sets.

Mary
Mary

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is which ever outfit I am working on at the time. Love them all.

Joy
Joy

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is any era with fancy dresses. I would like to see an historical pattern offered for a Scarlett O’hara dress.

Nancy kight
Nancy kight

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 1800’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a 1860 dress and hat.

Rhonda H
Rhonda H

January 02, 2020

I’d love to see a fashion pattern for futuristic outfit.

Tamara G
Tamara G

January 02, 2020

I find I love historical patterns over contemporary, and my favorite fashion era is the 30’s into the 40’s. But I also love the Regency era and the fun fashions of the 50’s-70’s. In general, I would like to see more patterns of any kind for Girl for All Time and Kidz n Cats dolls, my current favorites to sew for!

lisa
lisa

January 02, 2020

I love the gowns of simplicity the women in Pride and Prejudice wore for daily wear. The Regency period did away with a lot of the stiff, cumbersome wear from the 1700s.

Deanna C
Deanna C

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is all of them.

Jo
Jo

January 02, 2020

I don’t have a particular favorite fashion era. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a heavily beaded flapper dress. Thanks for the giveaway.

Carol L
Carol L

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian era. The dresses are so pretty!

Sandrda Swanson
Sandrda Swanson

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era would be the 1800. But I also love patterns that from today as the little girls I sew for tend to identify more with “now”.

pat p
pat p

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is…probably the current fashion, there is so much variety. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a school uniform.

Helena
Helena

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is 1920-s. Unfortunately, this style does not look nice on AG dolls which I collect. I would like to see historical patterns of riding habits of 18th and 19th centuries offered for American Girl dolls.

Sandra Cox
Sandra Cox

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era would be the Victorian Era. You offer so much now, I am not sure what’s missing at this moment!

Jo
Jo

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era to sew for has to be the 50’s, or any period where the skirts are full and beautiful.

Joy S
Joy S

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the more recent styles. They seem to be designed with comfort and looks in mind. The older styles, while very pretty, look terribly restricting and uncomfortable

Karen Hurd
Karen Hurd

January 02, 2020

I love historic costumes that overlap with fantasy especially Steampunk/Victorian.

Paula
Paula

January 02, 2020

Forgot to add that I would like to see a suit pattern for boys for the 1940 era,

Sophie T
Sophie T

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is Edwardian. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for an Edwardian bathing suit..”

Sharon B.
Sharon B.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is really all of them – I love all the variety you get with different eras!

Susan
Susan

January 02, 2020

I would like to see Regency England patterns with the empire waists and the gentlemen’s outfits for multi sizes.

Corinne
Corinne

January 02, 2020

My favorite era right now are the 50’s I have seen so many wonderful outfits on the series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel that I’ve fallen in love with. I really don’t have a favorite to choose from.

Terri
Terri

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1920’s

Florence
Florence

January 02, 2020

My favorite Fashion Era is all of them. It’s so much fun to go shopping now and see design elements from the previous eras. Lately I’ve seen design elements from the 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s when I’ve shopped. I would love to see Pixie Faire patterns offered for current styles with some of these design elements added.

Mariette Collette
Mariette Collette

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is this era I would like more patterns on modern clothes

Paula
Paula

January 02, 2020

Every era is my favorite. Would like to see some patterns for the wellie wishers for the colonial and regency eras.

Cindy
Cindy

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era would be the classic 50’s because clothes were very modest. I would like to see an historic pattern for girls 50’s/60’s Easter dresses and bonnets.

Linda
Linda

January 02, 2020

My favorite era would be the roaring 20’s.

Ann
Ann

January 02, 2020

I don’t really have a favorite fashion era although I do favor historical costumes and appreciate the detail and history that some designers put into their patterns. I would like to see more Steampunk patterns.

Kerry
Kerry

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is impossible to choose! I would love to see patterns that recreate iconic dresses from film. Perhaps Audrey Hepburn’s dress from the opening scene of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, or Grace Kelly’s gown in To Catch a Thief.

Rufus
Rufus

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era was the late 18th/early 19th centuries when ladies were wearing the empire waist dresses.

Vicky
Vicky

January 02, 2020

I love to learn pattern shoes and dresses to doll 18

Amy G
Amy G

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era would be around war time/ depression times. It is fascinating to see how people could make stylish clothing even when there wasn’t the money to buy fabric. I would like to see unique footwear patterns for WW, AGAT, Magic Attic and Disney Animators.

Cindi T
Cindi T

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the 1920’s!

margaret
margaret

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the 1940’s all the dresses for going to a dance!

Diane
Diane

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 70’s. Fortunately, the styles were very simple and there are already a bunch of patterns that are either that style or can be modified very easily for that time period.

Laura
Laura

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion eras are the Edwardian and 1940s – 1950s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for an AG Gibson Girl dress.

VICKI
VICKI

January 02, 2020

I don’t have a favorite fashion era! I seem to like a large variety, since I have both historical and modern dolls to sew for. I would like to see more patterns for a variety of doll sizes that look like what girls 8-10 would wear, not teenagers or adults.

Linda White
Linda White

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Edo Period. Which is mid-1800’s in Japan. I love traditional Japanese clothing – not just kimono but hakama, haori, etc. These clothes are very simple in cut and it’s the material that makes them bold, stylish, and beautiful.

Sandra L.
Sandra L.

January 02, 2020

This is a hard one as I see patterns from so many wonderful era’s. If I had to chose a era I’d have to say the 1920’s everything from everyday wear of the “poor” to the very rich of the Roaring 20’s. As far as historical I would like to see formal wear from the 1940/50’s with the fitted bodice and super full skirts.
Now my mind is racing…steampunk and goth.

Daphne
Daphne

January 02, 2020

I would like to see historical clothing for Barbie ranging from the the Medieval era all the way up to the early 1900’s. I know that’s a stretch, but the current era patterns are for 1950(?) to today. A little more variety would be nice.

Rachel
Rachel

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is late 70s/early 80s and I would like to see historical patterns offered for that era, thanks!

Brenda
Brenda

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the modern era.

Linda
Linda

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1950’s!

Judy
Judy

January 02, 2020

I can’t say I have a favorite era. I like to sew current Styles for my little girls’ dolls.

June
June

January 02, 2020

I prefer modern day fashions when sewing. Having said that, some of the fancy dresses from the late 1800 and early 1900 are absolutely beautiful. Thanks Pixie Faire.

Debra Williams
Debra Williams

January 02, 2020

My favorate era is the 40’s Kit Carson is my favorite style.

Anita
Anita

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is ancient Asia – China, Korea, Japan, India, SE Asia, Indonesia… I would like to see historical patterns offered for 18 inch dolls. Would love to see Ancient world patterns, Greece, Rome, Persia, Eqypt, Spain, Africa, etc.

Marlene M.
Marlene M.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 40’s and 50’s. But I would love to see some patterns for 60’s fashions too.

Charla
Charla

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 1920’s and the 1600’s and 1700’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a flapper and clothes that young girls wore in the 16 and 1700’s. Especially for the Welli Wishers. There are not as many patterns of them.

Mary
Mary

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the civil war era

Pat
Pat

January 02, 2020

My favourite era is the 70’s . I like to see bell bottom pants patterns and maybe some patterns from the early 80’s.
Joy
Joy

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion eras would be the 40’s and 50’s. I would like to see patterns for the new Ruby Red Fashion Friends girls as well as Meadow Dolls 16" Mae. Modern day play clothes and cute seasonal outfits and dresses.

Deborah
Deborah

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian, with the extra large sleeves and huge hats!

Laurie
Laurie

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is Victorian. It seems you currently offer many historical patterns so I really don’t have a preference request to suggest anything more. I like to sew doll clothes with the patterns from modern day times.

Kathleen
Kathleen

January 02, 2020

My favorite era in fashion is the 30s and 40s

Mary G.
Mary G.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is 1920’S I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a flapper dress for Wellie Wishers.

Bridgette
Bridgette

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is probably 1800s, & 1880s American West,like american girl Kirsten’s clothes I would like to see some patterns from that time, I would also like to see some more girl and doll matching patterns for present time.

Carolyn
Carolyn

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is late 80’s early 90’s SPANDEX. I like sewing doll clothes for every era. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for the 1960’s. Thanks for all the great patterns, ideas and contests.

Kathy
Kathy

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is… the 60s through the 70s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a Journey Girl.

Rose
Rose

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the earlier ’60’s when clothes became simple and easy to wear, with bright colors and designs. I’m glad to see more patterns being designed for the dolls highlighting this period.

Cheryl Markle Bomar
Cheryl Markle Bomar

January 02, 2020

I love the 80’s era!! That is when I grew up and it was a great time for fashion!! Thanks!!

Marlene
Marlene

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the roaring 20’s

Jeri
Jeri

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 50s. My favorite patterns are ones that are regular kid’s clothes – not adult style patterns. Most of the kids I sew for are lookng for play clothes.

Kristin
Kristin

January 02, 2020

If I had to choose a favorite era, it would definitely be colonial period. The thing is, I know there are patterns from this era already available. My second favorite would probably be Regency and there are patterns for these as well. I like the 1950s full gathered skirts, puffed sleeves and pinafores as well. And just in case you wondered, 1970s is probably my least favorite.

Kim
Kim

January 02, 2020

We usually like some outfits from all fashion era’s. Would really like more patterns for Journey Girl please (fancy dresses).

Cindy
Cindy

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is probably the Victorian.

Mary Kay hymes
Mary Kay hymes

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the current fashion “scene”. My granddaughters like to have clothes that are similar to what they wear today.

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