Today's giveaway is for my June 2011 edition of Burdastyle Magazine. As you can see there are lots of patterns : ladies, ladies plus sizes and kids. Burdastyle plus patterns are always very fashion forward. There is also a whole section dedicated to creating the Bridgette Bardot look . The children's patterns in this issue are also very wearable and cute. Craft projects are included as well. You can make a whole wardrobe just from the patterns in this magazine! I have leafed through this magazine but haven't used any of the patterns. I just have too many other projects planned and don't think I'll ever get to it. You pattern collectors know how that goes, right?
Burdastyle Magazine isn't available at any newsstands in the So. California area and I have to have mine sent from Europe so you can't just rush down to Joanne's for this magazine if you are in the US!
Here are the entry rules:
Mandatory: Leave a comment this post with your e-mail . If you know where to buy Burdastyle magazine in the US let me know. Subscriptions are expensive!
1. Follow my blog.
2. Like Sew Country Chick on FB.
Check out the Anna Molinari pattern in leopard above.
Resort and evening looks.
Plus size patterns that are actually fashionable! Yay for Burda!.
I actually didn't know Burdastyle Magazine existed, I'm always going online and printing off patterns, so I would definitely love this pattern magazine, I recently started sewing again, I guess, I out of the loop.ReplyDelete
Wow, the clothing does look very 'wearable'; thank you so much for the giveaway opportunity. dstrong(at)bcps(dot)orgReplyDelete
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Oooh, I love the patterns in this one! I only wish I knew where to buy BurdaStye magazine in the States.ReplyDelete
serenakate at gmail dot com
I haven't seen burdastyle in stores in a long, long time. I would, however, love to enter your drawing and my email addy is marysews at gmail dot com.ReplyDelete
Ooh, yes please, the patterns are great. I already follow your blog and like you on FB!ReplyDelete
I can't find BurdaStyle anywhere in No. California either.ReplyDelete
I already follow your blog.
I would love to be entered.ReplyDelete
and i liked you on fb!ReplyDelete
I would love to win this magazine! I do love BurdaStyle mag's.... and I sure wish I knew where to buy them in the US. I've never found a place. :( I already follow your blog and have liked your FB.ReplyDelete
Thanks! :) karen
karegass144 at gmail dot com
WOW!! what a great assortment of patterns! Would LOVE to win the magazine! :)firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Yay! I'd love to see a Burdastyle in person! email@example.comReplyDelete
I love the assortment of patterns in Burda Style.ReplyDelete
I already follw your blog!ReplyDelete
The cover dress is cute. I would try ebay for single issues.ReplyDelete
I get my Burdastyle at a store called Haberman Fabrics here in Michigan. It is a fabulous privately owned store. You can find it online. I don't know if you can get the magazine from them, but I know that you can order fabulous fabrics and notions. I follow you and have become a fan of your blog. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
The patterns look very cute! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!ReplyDelete
I've been wanting to try one and I'd love for my first try to be a prize I won! Thanks for doing this giveaway. email@example.comReplyDelete
I am a happy blog follower! YAY! dstrong(at)bcps(dot)orgReplyDelete
I just became your 200th 'liker' on Facebook! dstrong(at)bcps(dot)orgReplyDelete
I can't say I'll be any more likely to make these clothes any sooner than you, but I do like to have the option. :) If anyone is interested in winning a vintage pattern with four yards of fabric, they're welcome to come over to my blog too. http://theseekspeak.blogspot.comReplyDelete
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I think just leaving a comment leaves my email address, correct? Also, I already follow your blog. :) Do you need me to follow it using blogger? Because I do so in Google Reader.ReplyDelete
As for Burdastyle, SIGH! I used to see and purchase it as Borders. B&N is great, but my local one does not offer a wide sewing magazine range. I'm looking for one that does.
If you think it is hard in the US you should try Australia!!! I love the mag but actually missed this edition. I think it is the best magazine published but i sometimes feel for begining sewers as the instructions can be brief. I have just found your blog when looking for a pencil skirt pattern to draft. It looks wonderful and I will try it out on my daughter for work this week. Thankyou for such an interesting and fun blog.ReplyDelete
I've never seen this magazine before! I'd love to win this. My sister is 7 months pregnant and needs some fancy clothes to wear through the holidays, some of those loose dresses could be easily adapted to accommodate her growing belly.ReplyDelete
alecia r horner (at) gmail (dot) com
I follow you on googleReplyDelete
this would be lovely!ReplyDelete
I would love to give this magazine a try. Diahng at yahoo dot comReplyDelete
Hey - I SO wish I could win this as I'd love to make some of the retro Bardot clothes. We don't get this magazine in New Zealand where I live - what a treat it would be :)ReplyDelete
niki211 at windowslive dot com
Hello, very professional high level blog! thank you for sharing. Because of good writing, and I learned a lot, and I am glad to see such a beautiful thing. Sorry for my bad English. ?ReplyDelete
I have no idea where to get the magazine. Apparently it's available somewhere near where I live (Vancouver, BC), but I haven't been able to track it down! I've been wanting to check it out for quite a while.ReplyDelete
How fun! I've always wanted to just browse a magazine, but even shelling out $15-20 plus shipping is just too much for me to order one sight unseen!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway!!
I follow your blog :)ReplyDelete
My page likes your page on facebook :)ReplyDelete
great summer selection...ReplyDelete
I love to win this magazine. Thx for the chance.ReplyDelete
I'm a follower!ReplyDelete
I would love to win this magazine. I've looked everywhere for BurdaStyle, and no one in my part of Michigan seems to sell it. :( thisdamselflies at gmail dot comReplyDelete
Oh, and I'm a follower too!ReplyDelete
I'd love to get my hands on this "newer" one! I had a subscription for a year, if I want just one issue I search ebay or etsy.ReplyDelete
I follow you in google reader.ReplyDelete
Hope I winReplyDelete
I would love to win this copy. I usually buy Burda magazine (in Spanish) whenever I visit my Mom in Mexico however they are almost 2 seasons behind. Wish I could find an affordable subscription to Patrones as well. This is a great give away, thank you for the chance to winReplyDelete
prizpriz [at] gmail [dot] com
Hello, I simply wanted to take time to make a comment and say I have really enjoyed reading your site.ReplyDelete
Very awesome blog !! I couldnt have wrote this any better than you if I tried super hard hehe!! I like your style too!! it's very unique & refreshing…ReplyDelete
I'd love to win! Spring and Summer issues of Burda are my favorite. I've never found them locally although I've heard some metropolitan B&N's carry it. I have ordered 3 month subscriptions in the past though which makes the price less daunting.ReplyDelete
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