Sew Classic Clothes for Girls Tour: Stops 6, 7 & 8

Sew Classic Clothes for Girls: 20 Girls' Dresses, Outfits and Accessories from The Cottage Mama. www.thecottagemama.com/book

So I got a little behind posting about the ‘Sew Classic Clothes for Girls’ Book Tour this week. I’m in charge of Savannah’s Kindergarten holiday party, so I have been busy getting ready for that and just trying to truly enjoy this holiday season with the kids. We made several different Christmas cookies yesterday and have been having a wonderful time. They’re only little once, right? I’m sure you understand. But I’m back this morning to update you on where the tour is located and which blogs are doing giveaways for the book.

But before I tell you about the current blogs on the tour, I wanted to announce the winner from the giveaway here on the blog! The winner is……..

Winner: Sew Classic Clothes for Girls

Congratulations, Laura! I’ve emailed you, but if you didn’t get the email, please send me your mailing address (Lindsay[at]thecottagemama[dot]com) and I will get your book in the mail to you as soon as possible. And if you didn’t win here on The Cottage Mama, there are plenty of other giveaways going on over on other blogs where you still have a chance to win!

Kojo Designs: Sew Classic Clothes for Girls Book Tour

My friend Kirstin over at Kojo Designs is reviewing ‘Sew Classic Clothes for Girls’ and is giving away a copy to one very lucky reader. Kojo Designs is one of my favorite blogs. The projects are beautiful, the photography is stunning and the ideas are creative. If you’ve never visited, I think you’ll find plenty of sewing, crafting and entertaining ideas that will inspire you to create!

Head over to Kojo Designs to read Kirstin’s book review and enter to win your very own copy of the book. Click HERE.

The Sewing Loft: Sew Classic Clothes for Girls Book Tour

The Sewing Loft, the creative sewing blog of the lovely, Heather Valentine has a wonderful review of ‘Sew Classic Clothes for Girls’. The Sewing Loft not only shares project tutorials, but they have some of the very best sewing technique based tutorials around. Heather has created a sewing community around those who love to create and sew.

Head over to The Sewing Loft to ready Heather’s review of the book. Click HERE.

U-Create: Sew Classic Clothes for Girls Blog Tour

I’m sure you are familiar with the wildly popular blog U-Create, created by my friend, Kari Sweeten. Kari has been such a big supporter of my throughout my blogging journey and really helped me get my site out there when I guest blogged my ‘Party Dress’ tutorial many years ago. We have met several times…..once in Salt Lake City at Quilt Market and again this fall at Riley Blake Designs ‘Fabric Fest’ in Las Vegas. U-Create is a wonderful go-to blog that compiles the best creative tutorials in the online community. I’m excited that Kari is sharing ‘Sew Classic Clothes for Girls’ with her readers!

Head over to U-Create to read Kari’s review and enter to win your very own copy of the book. Click HERE.

The Train to Crazy: Sew Classic Clothes for Girls Book Tour

My friend, Andrea from The Train to Crazy, was actually one of the first people to buy the book before I even asked her if she would like to join the tour. She is the creative force behind the ‘Go To Patterns‘ brand and ‘Go To Patterns Shop‘ offering her own line of patterns as well as a curated selection of patterns from other designs. Not only is she creative, but she might be the funniest person that I interact with in the online community. I love a girl that can make me laugh!

Head over to The Train to Crazy to read Andrea’s review of “Sew Classic Clothes for Girls”. Click HERE.

Check back tomorrow for the last stop on the tour!

Happy Sewing!

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3 Comments

  1. I received your email yesterday evening after a long day of errands and shopping in a blizzard here in Utah. I replied with my address. I am so excited to receive this and begin sewing! Thanks and merry Christmas to you and yours.

  2. Hi Lindsay!
    Could you help me/ tell me how to modify your dresses to have long sleeves?

    I loved seeing your girls’ Christmas dresses. They are super cute, esp. the reindeer fabric! Did they wear a shirt under them?
    Thanks so much!
    Sue Cleek

  3. Great topic thanks