#vintagepledge - Roundup and Impending Prizes

I'm back in the country and firstly wanted to thank you all so much for your well-wishes regarding my granddad. His bypass operation was successful and aside from some later complications, he's making a slow recovery.

Now, I know I say this every time, but your vintage pledge makes keep leaving me speechless - I honestly never expected so many of you to join me! With just two months left until the end of this year's pledge, I'm working on getting some prizes sorted to thank you, so watch this space! There may also be some exciting plans brewing for next year, but right now I'll leave you with the latest roundup of your stunning contributions...


Find out more about the Vintage Sewing Pattern Pledge.

Check out everyone's makes on Pinterest.

Share your contributions with me on Twitter (#vintagepledge), through a comment on my blog, or by emailing me.

22 comments:

  1. Thanks for including me in your round up! I've just finished my #5 vintage pledge make so I will have to find time to blog it soon

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  2. WOW! That's a gorgeous group of sewing peoples! I have a couple more #vintagepledge projects to squeeze in before the year is over! This has been a wonderful endeavor. Thanks for allowing us all the opportunity to play along. :-D

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    1. You're so welcome, thanks so much for taking part!

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  3. Wow some lovely makes. Very inspiring! I've just recently bought my first lot of vintage sewing patterns. Look forward to getting involved in next year's pledge!

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    1. Oooh, looking forward to having you onboard!

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  4. That first jacket, with the bold print over that skirt/dress is just stunning! I love it!

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  5. Thank you for hosting this, it really does motivate me to do more. I have really enjoyed being inspired by all the wonderful makes and makers involved.

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    1. You've been my inspiration all along!

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  6. A very striking coat, a lovely dress, amazing dress fabric (first three garments). I think I recognise the Vogue pattern too. I back up Fadanista's comment, thanks for hosting. Amazing work everyone should be proud.

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  7. I'm trying to send a photo of my make to you, but it keeps coming back. Any ideas? It's a 60's swing coat.

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    1. Oh no, how annoying...sounds gorgeous!

      Are you trying to email me? Have you got the correct address? It's astitchingodyssey@hotmail.co.uk

      Try again, but if it doesn't work let me have your email address. That way I can send you an email and you can reply to it with your photo!

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  8. I can't wait to mooch through all these blog posts - with a mug of tea. So far - they look fantastic!

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    1. Thanks Helen, I do the same on rainy afternoons and it cheers me right up!

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  9. I've finished my five and they're on Instagram #vintagepledge. I'll post them on twitter as well. Lots of fun!

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    1. Make sure you use the hashtag on twitter so I can see your makes :o)

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  10. I think this is #5

    http://foggygardens.blogspot.com/2014/11/vintage-dress-done-in-flannel.html

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  11. I love the patterns swing coat! Just the pattern for a fab piece of African material I bought last week. Anyone any idea about the pattern? Or one similar?

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