And the winner is….

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From comment 29. Pamela White!!!  You have one the very fist copy of my e-book for my Twirly Half Apron!  How did I pick the winner?  The comments are all numbered… I then gave the trackback links each a number.  I randomly IM’d one of my freinds & said pick a number between 1-35.  I didn’t tell her what for but she picked 29, which means Pamela is the lucky winner!

I am also looking for 10 testers for this pattern… you will get a free copy of the e-book (after Pamela of course) in exchange you give me feedback on the pattern, e-book & directions & a picture of the finished product!  Also you give me permission to use your photos in my gallery & possible as part of a future gallery in my e-book.  If you have a blog or a website I can link your pictures to that.  To qualify as a tester you must be able to:

Make at least one apron by 10/1/08

Have a printer to print off your pattern.

Have a 2 mega pixel or higher camera to take pictures of it with.

Be able to email me comments & pictures no later then 10/1/08

Preferably also be able to post about it on your blog & other websites linking it back to my blog, though this isn’t required.

As will all free tester patterns & purchased patterns they are copyrighted and you agree not copy it, distribute it or post a tutorial of it on your blog… this applies for free or for sale.  You may use this pattern to make things for sale, all I ask is you give me credit for the pattern linking to my blog.

If you are interested in applying to be a tester please post a comment & I will email you!  The e-book will be emailed out to the selected testers on 9/23/08.  I will update THIS post when I have enough testers.

8 Responses

  1. Angi Herbison
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    I would love to test your pattern! Plus having a deadline of the 1st will force me to sew something for me!! What a great idea!

  2. giants fan
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    hey- I don’t know what skill level you are looking for, but if I qualify, I would like to be a tester.

    I am a brand new sewer and am teaching myself. If the pattern is something a beginner can follow, then let me know if you would like me to be a tester.

    thanks so much!

  3. Mika
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    I’d love to be a tester for you! I already do testing for another pattern maker so I know the drill on feedback and proofreading! I can also link to you on my blog (which I SWEAR I’m going to start updating again lol).

  4. Kay
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    I’d LOVE to test this pattern… I just recently downloaded the spreadsheet to see how much of my fabric stash I can use up! Hopefully this will be one of them!! Plus…I’ve been looking for a reason to start another blog 😉

  5. violingirl
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    I’d love to try your pattern out if you’re still looking for someone!

  6. shellyfish
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    Congrats to Pamela!
    I would love to be a tester for you – I meet all the criteria. I’m a pretty new seamstress (I got my machine in April) but I have made 2 aprons, and a bunch of other stuff which was a bit more complicated, and so far so good!

  7. shelia
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    ohhhlala!! A project!

    I love the new pattern and would love to test it out! Please let me know if i can be of help.

  8. Danielle Kelley
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    I would love to test this pattern! It’s adorable. I just discovered your blog and tried the baby leg warmers. My daughter is already wearing a pair I made. By the way, I love clear and concise instructions and the pictures 🙂 Let me know if I can help test!

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