Thursday, November 10, 2011

Shortcake Reversible Romper and Dress Giveaway

I’m excited to be part of The Cottage Home blog tour in honor of her newest patterns!

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As the title says, this was made using Lindsay’s pattern (The Cottage Home) that just came out. It’s called the Shortcake Reversible Romper and Dress. I obviously chose the romper and I made it a size 4T, just in case, so it would fit her next summer. Since B just turned 3 in September, I think it would have been better to make the 3T. But now it will just be worn for a lot longer!DSC_1746_thumb[2]

The pattern was very professionally made and so easy to understand! Lindsay did a great job on it! I love that there are no exposed seams since it is reversible. I also loved that there are great pictures to go along with each step—don’t we all wish the store-bought patterns would do the same?!DSC_1755_thumb[3]

Interested in winning your very own Shortcake Reversible Romper and Dress Pattern? There will be two winners!

To enter, leave one comment below telling me if you’d make the romper or dress. 

For two extra entries (each with a separate comment), you can like The Cottage Home on facebook HERE, and you can follow The Cottage Home

Make sure and leave a way to contact you in your comment if you don’t have an email hooked up to your profile! 

Giveaway will run through Saturday, November 12th, 11:59 pm MST.  Good luck!

151 comments:

Mrs. Jones said...

Super cute! Thanks for sharing and sorry she is such a popsicle ;)

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Mrs. Jones said...

I follow cottage home through gfc

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Mrs. Jones said...

I liked on fb :)

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Stephanie said...

I'd love to win. I would have to make the dress though as Emily is highly opposed to pants of any kind.

Stephanie said...

I'm now following the cottage home on her blog as well.

Katy said...

I think I'd make the dress now,but definitely make the romper in the spring.
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Katy said...

I follow the cottage home blog.
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Annelies said...

It is ALL about the romper....sew cute!!!

Annelies said...

I am a Cottage Home follower. SEW creative!!!

Bryndis Julia said...

I would have said dress at first, but your romper is so stinking cute...so, I'm going with BOTH ha!

Jen@thecraftingfiend said...

super cute I think I'd start with making the romper

Autumn said...

This is adorable. I think I would make the dress since my daughter is going through an "I'll only wear dresses" stage.
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Kristy said...

I'd make the dress! Thanks for the chance! Your version is darling, love your fabric choices!

Kristy said...

I follow Cottage Home blog!

Kristy said...

I'm also a facebook fan! :) (of you both!)

C said...

I love the romper with boots, I think I would do that first!

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C said...

I am a FB fan of The Cottage Mama!

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C said...

I follow The Cottage Mama blog!

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Desi @ Wee Share said...

I would make a dress

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Desi @ Wee Share said...

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Desi @ Wee Share said...

follow her blog

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Sarah said...

I'd have to make my 4 year-old a romper, and then I'd maybe even attempt to change the ties into button tabs so that my son could have a version of this, as well. So cute!

Heidi said...

I would make the romper for my little girl.
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Heidi said...

Like the Cottage Mama on facebook.
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Heidi said...

Follow the Cottage Home blog.
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Jennifer said...

It's so cute, I would make both!! But probably the romper first.

Jennifer said...

I like on facebook!

Jennifer said...

I follow Cottage Home in my reader

gmaofthree said...

I would make the dress. My little gds are at the stage where untying a romper is not practical :).

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Emily said...

I would make the dress. I am not a huge fan of rompers, although the one you made is cute. :)

gmaofthree said...

I follow the Cottage Home blog.

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Emily said...

I follow her on google

Emily said...

I 'like' her on facebook as well. :)

Stephanie said...

I follow The Cottage Home on FB

Stephanie said...

I follow The Cottage Home Blog!

Christy said...

I would make the dress i think.. the romper is cute too though!
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Christy said...

I follow the cottage home blog!!
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LisaVH said...

I would love to make the dress. So cute.

LisaVH said...

I like The Cottage Home on facebook.

LisaVH said...

I follow The Cottage Home blog. I love it!

aagjedoeken said...

Very nice pictures! Wow!
I do follow the cottage home blog and liked her on FB as well.
I would love to make the pants, but the dress is lovely too. Very nice!

Sarah Preston said...

The romper is cute, but I am dying to make the DRESS!!

Sarah Preston said...

I follow the Cottage Home!

Jessica said...

I would make a dress first but probably both :-)
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Jessica said...

I follow The Cottage Home Blog
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Jessica said...

I like The Cottage Home of fb.
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LavenderLoft said...

think I'd have to make both...pity I have all sons (although I do have plenty of nieces to make up for that..!!)

marnae said...

I'd make both! The dress first, though as it's freezing here!

marnae said...

I like The Cottage Home on FB!
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marnae said...

I follow the Cottage Home..
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Monica said...

So cute. I would make the dress first for my soon-to-be potty training two year old. Then I'd make a romper for my little girl who will be born in January.

Monica said...

I already like the Cottage Mama on FB.

Stephanie said...

I would undoubtedly make... BOTH!

Erin said...

Her patterns are so cute and I would love to win one. I think I would have to make the romper for my little one. It looks so cute layered with long sleeves, tights and boots.
Thanks,
Erin
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Erin said...

I already follow The Cottage Hone on facebook.
Thanks,
Erin
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Erin said...

I follow The Cottage Home blog.
Thanks,
Erin
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Kristianna said...

How adorable! I think I'd make my daughter the romper for running around in next summer. Too cute!

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KIkeBOO said...

I'd make the dress first...
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Jessica said...

I'd love to try the romper.

Jessica said...

I follow the cottage home blog.

Jessica said...

I like the cottage home on fb.

Kristi said...

id love to try the romper

Kristi said...

i like the cottage home on fb

Kristi said...

i follow the cottage home blog

Denise L said...

I follow the cottage home

Denise L said...

I would probably make the reversible romper, too cute!

Denise L said...

I am a fan of cottage home on FB

Lee said...

I would really like to make the dress! j-j-s AT juno DOT com

Lee said...

I already follow the cottage home on fb. j-j-s AT juno DOT com

Lee said...

And I already follow the cottage home blog. j-j-s AT juno DOT com

lil misses' mama said...

Love your romper! I would probably make the dress because my husband has nixed me making anymore rompers for my girls, but the it would make a great baby shower gift!

lil misses' mama said...

i follow lindsay's blog!
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lil misses' mama said...

i follow the cottage mama on facebook!
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VickiT said...

I've love to say the Romper is what I'd make. I loved the Romper since she first posted this pattern. But, I'd have to see the pattern first as my Granddaughter is quite the little chunk. She's only just turned 4 yrs old but is already wearing size 6 or lgr depending on the outfit. For sure I'd make the dress. I love reversible things like these. The first little dress I made for her was a reverisble dress althoguh with my very rusty sewing skills it wasn't something I'd charge anyone to have. lol

I'd hate to mention it but you realize that adorable little girl of yours is losing that baby face right? She's turning into an adorable young girl already Momma.

VickiT said...

I am already a follower of The Cottage Home blog.

VickiT said...

I've also 'liked' The Cottage Home on facebook in the past as well.

Hannah said...

Cute! And I love that it's reversible! I would make the dress (first) and then I would probably have to make the romper too.

Barb said...

So cute! I'd make the dress - I love that it is reversible. Thanks for the chance to win.

Barb said...

I follow the Cottage Mama!

Kristie said...

Dress first, then romper. So cute!
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Honour said...

I would make a dress because I love little dresses!

Next summer, when my baby is walking, I might fix up a romper or two!

Honour said...

And I am a cottage home follower!

Honour said...

And I facebook "like" tCH too!

Jane said...

I'd love to win this pattern, it is so adorable. My favourite is the dress with the patchwork finish. I am an Aunty Janey to two little girls and would love to make them one of these each!!

Sherry said...

I'd make the dress

Sherry said...

I follow Cottage Home Blog

Sherry said...

I am a fb follower too!

Ali said...

I love that romper! So cute!
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Joanna said...

So cute! I'd definitely make the romper - reminds me of being a kid myself.

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Matt and Rachel Bowden said...

That pattern is so cute. I think I would make a dress.

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Matt and Rachel Bowden said...

I am a fan on facebook.

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Matt and Rachel Bowden said...

I am a follower on her blog.

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Falafel and the Bee said...

YES! My daughter would LOVE this. I would make it in a nice flannel!
Thanks for the chance to win.
~Michelle

Joy said...

I would make the dress!! That romper is so cute though also.

Alioopsy said...

The romper and dress are both completely adorable. I'm mad about reversible clothes. As my little one is just beginning to crawl I think I would start with the romper. I can imagine making many versions of both as she grows.

სოფო said...

Would love to try out this pattern, especially since it has step-by-step pics! Would have to go with the romper, I think...

btw, the giveaway deadline of Nov 5 must be a mistake, right?

სოფო said...

I follow Cottage Home blog!

სოფო said...

Like on FB!

Rozy said...

I would like to give a try on a dress pls.

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DebbieH said...

I adore that dress - so versatile!
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DebbieH said...

I liked on Facebook (as Ellie Bowman).
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In TX said...

Both look cute! I'd probably first try to make the romper~


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Thanks

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In TX said...

I'm already a fb follower of TCM.

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Mylinh said...

I would definitely make the romper. It is really cute and unique.

Mylinh said...

I already follow The Cottage Mama on FB. :)

Mylinh said...

I also follow her blog.

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Deanne said...

I already follow The Cottage Home...love Lindsay's fantastic sewing skills!

Jenea said...

I would make the dress since my daughter loves dresses!

Deanne said...

Already like The Cottage Home or The Cottage Mama on Facebook!

Jenea said...

I like The Cottage Home on fb

Deanne said...

This little romper is so cute that I'm convinced it's time to start sewing for my granddaughter while she is still the size of these cute little ones in your blogs. Each new version I see shows me that just one romper is not enough!!!

Amelie said...

I liked on fb :)

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Amelie said...

I also follow the cottage home

Amelie said...

And i vould make the romper for my little girl :)

sewVery said...

I like the Cottage Home on FB.

sewVery said...

I have not made the romper or dress before, but I love them both!

Liz said...

I would have to make the jumper for my youngest and the dress for my oldest!

sewVery said...

I follow the Cottage Home!

Liz said...

I follow TCH's blog

Liz said...

I like TCH on FB

Em said...

Tough choice. I love the dress, but the romper seems like a fun an unique piece to make. The dress. No ... the romper. No, definitely the dress ...

Kandice said...

My general preference leans toward the dress, but I think the romper would be adorable on my littlest lady. I'd love to give it a try!

Kandice said...

Following the Cottage Home on Facebook!

Kandice said...

I'm following the Cottage Home blog!

mjharcus said...

Sooo cute! I would love to add a romper pattern into my collection.

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mjharcus said...

I already follow her and like her on fb.
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Donna said...

I like TCH on facebook.

memmens said...

Just gorgeous, I think I'd make both for my nieces and then a dress for my girls!

memmens said...

I follow the Cottage Home blog

peaandbean said...

I love that romper! I's make it over and over again.

peaandbean said...

Following!

Jeni said...

I LOVE that romper and have been waiting for the pattern!

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Jeni said...

Following!
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Jeni said...

Liked!
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Leigh Anne said...

I'd make the romper for my baby girl!
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Avery's Mama said...

I'd make the romper for my 3 year old. So cute!

Avery's Mama said...

I am a follower.

Avery's Mama said...

I like CH on facebook.

Monica said...

I would make the dress.
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Monica said...

I follow The Cottage Home anonymously.

Rosie said...

Hi,

i think it would be the romper suit for me!

Rosie said...

I have liked on facebook

Rosie said...

I have followed! :O)

fenna said...

I'd make the dress--not much of a romper person :) fenna_otten at yahoo dot ca

Twins Squared said...

What a nice gievaway! I think I would make the dress first.

Twins Squared said...

I am already a follower.

April said...

I would make one of both! I have two girls:)

April said...

I am a follower on facebook

Danielle said...

I would love to make the romper. I don't have any patterns like that.

Emily said...

What pretty fabric. :) I'd make the dress.

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