Saturday, September 04, 2010

Ottobre Design Woman 5/2010 GIVE-AWAY!

The lovely new Otto Woman is fantastic, as always!


This issue includes twenty (20) patterns for women in sizes 34-52.Euro.( Aus 8-22/24).
If you are not a subscriber yet, I have plenty of single issues available in store. 
Some beautiful cooler weather fashions to sew up! 




GIVE-AWAY
And this weekend, I have one copy to Give-away to a lucky Blog reader!
Simply leave me a comment  as to why you love Ottore Design, and I'll draw a winner bright and early Monday!

Have a lovely weekend!

Lisa 

27 comments:

MoederKip said...

Oooh, what a great giveaway.
I'm loving the diverse range of women they use to model - all ages, all sizes, all beautiful :-)

Lily Mulholland said...

Hey there - great giveaway! I love Ottobre because it makes me feel like I can actually sew! Mind you, I've only bought the kids' editions so far - not quite game enough to spend the $$$ on the women's versions in case I chicken out!

zofia said...

I love Otto, lots of new stuff that you just want to make!
Haven't bought a Womans Issue for a long time, might be time for some mama stuff!

Sewhooked said...

Hi Lisa - have always admired the Ottobre Children's mags - with no grandchildren and mine all grown up, I should try the women's magazine.

Erryn Beacham said...

I love Ottobre for the choice in patterns and the amazing designs.
Totally addicted to this magazine.

Erryn said...

I love Ottobre for its choice in patterns and all the beautiful designs.
I am totally addicted to this wonderful magazine

Clarinda said...

oohh! You can always find something you are after in Otto

Carolyn said...

why do I love Ottobre- well my GF described it as crafty porn... or is it just that there are so many useful patterns in one issue?

Liam's Mummy said...

I love the Ottobre magazines and have quite a substantial collection of the kids ones, and have made many clothes from them, but have yet to try out an Ottobre Woman. I really should sew more for myself.

Tanya said...

Cool- I am the first comment and my sub has just finished so I don't have this one. OOOH, I hope I win...thanks for the chance Lisa.
Tan

Tas said...

I love the huge amount of patterns you get in each isue- great value for your dollar. But also the way that there are patterns for good solid staples as well as more funky clothing.

Libby said...

I love Ottobre design as the patterns are so versatile and they cater for the cuddly figure as well as thr slender miss. Thanks for a great site/blog

SEW RED HOT said...

I love the styles of this magazine. So nice to get different offerings from the big pattern companies, worth the drama of tracing the patterns yourself.
I'd love a copy !!
lore
x

pinkchook said...

I like them because they are obviously not designed for the stick thin little people like the big 4 are. These are real woman styles, and ottobre are easiy to put together.

Anonymous said...

Ottobre Design is a Hidden Gem! This little-known magazine has opened up to me the world of sewing children's clothes. Recently, my son asked for a Super Mario hat, and Ottobre came to the rescue! I made the Coconut Cap from the 3/2010 issue, and simply appliqued an "M" on (for Mario).
Thanks Ottobre Design.
Melanie Bovis

Karen said...

I have a kids Otto subscription and love it because if I decide to make something spur of the moment there is always a pattern that suits in one of the editions.
And they show me great finishes to create really cool garments that are a bit different.
Maybe it's time I took the plunge and tried a women's Otto to make something for me??!!

flamehair said...

Goodness, I'm not sure there is enough space to for me to fully explain how much I love Ottobre! Not only are my kids dressed in pretty much only stuff made from Ottobre but my favourite maternity clothes were from an Ottobre Woman too. Their size ranges (for kids and woman) are excellent and the designs are classy too (especially for little girls.)

Mary said...

I like Otto for lots of reasons but the main ones for me are the value for money, you get so many patterns for a great price and secondly I have always found for me the fit to be superb on me. I rarely have to adjust an Otto pattern and if I do I am usually just adding length.

carmel said...

i love it for all the great designs that can be used and injoyd
thanks!!

yvy @ mistyeiz said...

i started with ottobre n even as a beginner, i found otto designs relatively easy to follow n u can modify them accordingly too! :) love otto designs. thanks so the giveaway lisa!!

Darby said...

I love that Ottobre patterns work - they just seem to go together seamlessly (ha ha pun intended) and I do love that they use all shapes and beautiful sizes of women! Ottobre rocks!

Kristy said...

Ottobre is awesome. There are at least 4 items I want to sew in each magazine and they have such a long lifespan as your children grow. Haven't ventured into woman's edition yet though - but would love to!

Nadine said...

I love Ottobre for it's great value for money!! No need to purchase a dozen individual patterns, just grab one magazine and there are over a dozen fantastic Patterns to try out!!!

Caroline said...

I am a Otto Kids subscriber, but havent yet tried an Otto Womens. I adore their patterns and would love to try out some for me and my Girls now they are grown ups. Being at the upper end of the Plus size, it is hard to find clothes that aren't sacks! so to be able to try out these patterns would be great!

Susie said...

I'm new to Ottobre but am completely in love with the styling, ease of use and the way all the pieces work so well together. Great giveaway

Amber said...

Oooh! Am I too late???? I love Ottobre for all of its unique designs. Loooove it! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Me too wondering if too late! Havent been brave enough yet to buy and try but love reading about the creations others have made using these books. Will just have to get brave! Brenda

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