Yikes! How is the 2015 Vintage Sewing Pattern Pledge coming to a close so soon?!? I had high hopes for overachieving this year, but I think I'll be lucky to squeeze in my fifth and final make. You lot, on the other hand, have been blowing my mind with your wonderful creations!
End of Year Competition
Before I share some of your gorgeous makes, I'd just like to remind you of our End of Year Competition for the chance to win some really great prizes. As long as you made your #vintagepledge item this year, you're eligible to enter no matter what type of make it is (we have a number of categories for you to choose from) and regardless of where you are in the world! Find out how to enter over at Kestrel Makes and check out the competition so far!
Your Makes in November
The Antipodean Stitcher used denim to make her 1940s shirtdress pattern look distinctly 1970s. I absolutely love how it works so well both as a dress and an overcoat.
Fadanista knitted her beau a jumper using a 1957 pattern. She's not 100% happy with the result, but I think Mark looks rather dashing in it!
Almond Rock is going to be toasty warm this winter in her gorgeous peacoat. She's managed to make a 1970s pattern look very contemporary indeed.
#VintagePledge's very own Kestrel Makes made this 1980s dress up in a lovely geometric viscose, giving it a cool mid-century feel. I totally copied her and bought the same fabric...I just hope I can do it the justice she has!
Betty Stitchup has captured the best of 1960s mod with this monochrome beauty. Bravo!
November's #VintagePledge Posts
Stash Interview with Molly Sews - Kestrel Makes
This month we also enjoyed a fabulous fabric giveaway from Girl Charlee, the lucky winner of which is Stefanie! Congratulations Stefanie! I'll be emailing you soon to to sort out the details :o)
Coming Up for #VintagePledge in December
We're still going strong in terms of giveaways and discounts right into our last month of #vintagepledge. Tune in to Kestrel Makes tomorrow, who will be announcing our exciting collaboration with Bamber Sewing Machines and Sew Essential.
Until then, happy stitching and keep sharing your makes!