Monday, September 29, 2014

The Amelie Cape Pattern Release and Giveaway

I am so excited to announce the release of my very first PDF pattern - The Amelie Cape!

After years of making these wonderful capes I have created a pattern so you can join in the fun too!

The pattern features four different variations and comes in two sizes 1-3 years and 2-6 years. The capes can be worn beyond these ages as a caplet - so they get plenty of wear!

The PDF includes easy to follow instructions and both patterns. It is a great starter project for a new sewer and comes together quickly and easily.


To celebrate the launch some of my favourite bloggers will be sewing along in the next two weeks!

I will also be sharing some pattern hacks for the capes to transform them into different creatures and costumes!







Giveaway

I have 4 patterns to giveaway to some lucky readers!


To enter simply leave a comment with what pattern you would like to see next from Amelie and Atticus!

You can get additional entries by:

1. Liking / Following Amelie and Atticus on any social media (see the red buttons top right!)

2. Sharing the giveaway on any of the above platforms!

Please leave a comment for each entry!

I will draw a winner on Saturday 11th October 2014 - At the end of the blog tour!

I would like to thank the talented Andrew Battye for making my patterns digital and creating all the awesome artwork for the blog and the pattern!


The giveaway is now closed...check out a wrap up of the blog tour and the winners HERE!

29 comments:

  1. I'd love to see a coat pattern with lots of chances for embellishment or using different fabrics perhaps?

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  2. This is my entry for liking you on Facebook and flickr and instagram

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  3. Agree a coat would be fun or perhaps the rainbow dress you made.

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  4. I pinned: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/51158145742558586/

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  5. How adorable! I'd love to make my little grand-daughter a Little Red Riding Hood cape.
    I follow you via Bloglovin (Pippirose)

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  6. I don't have any pattern suggestions, but I'm sure anything you came up with would be adorable!
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  7. I follow you on twitter @biddyboonies

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  8. Pinned it: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/181481059960148478/

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  9. The cape is so sweet! The Ponyo dress is so sweet. Anything with that collar!

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  10. I'm following you on bloglovin

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  11. thanks for chance! :)
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    Please contact me via email if I win! Thanks so much!

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  12. So sweet. I'm not great with pattern ideas but a larger cape/cloak for winter wear would be fun.

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  13. Lovely! A matching mommy cape would be awesome!

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  14. A lovely cape to toss on and run thru the snow. Our 4 little girls would look so cute!

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  15. Oh, it's lovely! My daughter would love it. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  16. I'd love to see a twirly skirt pattern, or the perfect bonnet pattern.
    Thanks! Lovely cape!

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  17. A rainbow dress pattern please

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  18. I am following you on Instagram

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  19. Such an adorable pattern you've done! I just love it and I know it would be great for making gifts at the very least. I'd love to see simple clothing basics with a twist (like a cute and basic top shape with some fancy detailing to make it unique, etc.) I tend to favor more classic items so they last longer and don't go out of style :) Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  20. Liked no Facebook.
    FB: Mayra barrera

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  21. https://twitter.com/nosoyamiga_/status/520078020728856576

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  22. Something for the winter cold weather.

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  23. A matching doll cape would be nice!

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  24. The cape is very sweet! I'd like to see dress pattern!
    I post about giveaway in my blog http://agn-zielonka.blogspot.com/

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  25. How about a simple, customizable princess dress?

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