Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Ottobre Design Magazine 1/2013 Giveaway!

We have a Winner folks!!!

Blogger zofia said...
I would have to try those undies, very cute!
And how gorgeous are the chevron leggings?

Zofia, congratulations!!!! Popping your Otto in the post now!

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It's here!! Ottobre Design 1/2013!

It is always exciting when the first Otto for the new year arrives at Crafty Mamas- and 1/2013 is a beauty!





As always, we have several of the fabrics you see featured in the mag in store ( how could we not??)

Crafty Mamas has now been stocking and acting as agent for Otto for almost 9 years- that's pretty amazing in itself, but they just keep getting better and better! We offer subscriptions, back issues and Creative Workshop patterns, as well as stocking lots of the current issues for non subscribers.

Ottobre Design magazine features full size sewing patterns that you then trace off ( our Swedish Tracing paper is perfect).Otto patterns are fashion forward, and designed with comfort in mind. And the best part? They always work. ( life is too short to sew up dodgey patterns- which is why we only offer the best!).
 There are several tutes here on the blog on using your Otto patterns.
This issue is full of fun designs!

 I have ONE issue to Giveaway this week!

Simply leave me a comment, telling me which pattern # you would sew up first from 1/2013!


Winner announced next Mon!





 Lisa






33 comments:

Dani Castley said...

I reckon the undies ..... for my nephews. LOL. I have a thing for undies.

Tas said...

I'd be making the undies- just the style that my boys love and so expensive to buy for jocks for little boys.

Rachelle said...

Definitely the trunk style undies for my boys if they're large enough.

Tin Can Daisy said...

The star print boys pants are adorable, I'd make those.

thingsforboys said...

The dinosaur romper is pretty cute! I love the green coat in the last pic too!

Tanya said...

The bloomers for my daughter and overalls for my son I think would be the first projects

Marlea said...

The cute little boy pj's. Finally a boy is being born in the family
after 5 girls!

Gill said...

I can't decide between the underwear and the hoodie! Perhaps both!

Melisa said...

Overalls :)

Lyndelle said...

Definitely that funky little boys jacket!

The Handmaden said...

I love the Tokyo girl's outfit with the leggings and long top but I'm also eyeing the cute dino outfit for my brand new nephew!

Karen D said...

I like the statue of liberty romper, so cute!

communicationsfactory said...

The girl's tunic in Hello Tokyo would be awesome - and I love the star pants, good for a girl too and roomy enough for serious play. Just the thing to get me over my knit phobia.

yvy @ mistyeiz said...

definitely the jumpsuit!! :)

Emily said...

Sooo many options...I'd start with the brown and blue boys top, ease into the cute star boys pants and finish with the overalls. Love that Otto always has the boys covered. Thanks for the chance to win

Delle said...

Love that funky boys jacket!

Delle said...

Love the funky boys jacket.

claire garnett said...

I would make the baby romper/all in one suit. I have a friend who is due to have her baby any day now and would love to make him a little outfit!

zofia said...

I would have to try those undies, very cute!
And how gorgeous are the chevron leggings?

Trina said...

My boys would love the bat hoodie - so many gorgeous designs to choose from!

Crystal said...

I love the Tokyo girl's outfit with the leggings and long top. So colorful, comfy and funky. Could use quite an assortment of fabrics on both. Also love the boys star pants.

Crystal said...

Oh and the London's Kings Cross orange trench coat. Gorgeous !

janaki said...

#14, the gorgeous sleeveless dress with heart shaped pockets. My daughter would love to keep all sorts of treasures in those pockets!

Anonymous said...

The dino outfit if it is big enough for my boy. Too cute.

jackieNj said...

thanks for a lovely giveaway. I love ottobre for their selection of boy sewing patterns. I would make several coats from this issue.
cutekipepeo(at) gmail (dot)com

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margo said...

hmmm, I think I'm up for the challenge of the big girls jacket - perfect for my 12yr old niece!

sdare29 said...

if i could only read those little numbers.... anyway, i am dying for that basic long sleeve tee with the rainbow reverse applique.
xoxx s

gianduia said...

I'd make the chef's hat (#18) for my 4yo son - he loves helping out in the kitchen and would love it! ~ Amanda

Lee said...

I'm loving the look of the peasant style girls top - with the above the waist and the band around the bottom - a nice alternative to the simple everyday peasant top...that would be my first port of call!

Debbie said...

A complete wardrobe for my two granddaughters. That's why these books are so fantastic.

Cath said...

I have 2 budding chefs that would be lining up for jackets! Closely followed by the chevron tights. :)

Kirsten said...

Absolutely in love with those boys undies - I think I would have a hard time getting my boys to wear anything else if I made them with the cool knits I've stashed away from CM's over the years. And how adorable is the little pantaloon style for girls - oooolala!

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