Friday, June 10, 2011

Charlie GIVEAWAY! {NOW CLOSED}

The Charlie Tunic is a digital (PDF) sewing pattern eBook with full-sized pattern pieces in sizes 12 months - 5 T.



You can read more about this pattern right here if you want





I will give away THREE copies of the Charlie Tunic Sewing Pattern in this giveaway, which will end TONIGHT at midnight, so hurry up and enter now. And then go tell your friends, there's not much time!!!

Winners will be contacted with a free download link for the pattern via email, so make sure you include it in your comment.

TO ENTER:

  • Leave a comment on this post telling me what kind of Charlie you would sew with your pattern if you won - short sleeved? long sleeved? crazy print? solid? swim cover up? knit?
  • One comment per person
  • Include your email address or enable email on your Blogger profile


Giveaway ends tonight at 12 midnight Eastern time.

234 comments:

  1. Wow! This would be so great for the summer.

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  2. Definitely short sleeved with some letter embroidery. Love those shirts :)

    wildkitten.handcrafts/at/gmail/dot/com

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  3. i think i would do long-sleeve in a solid linen with printed cotton for contrast.

    thanks for the giveaway!

    knottygnome@gmail.com

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  4. I like the look of the long sleeve tunic best. Cute pattern.

    massaglia @ gmail . com

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  5. I would use cotton and probably short sleeved. I have several friends with young ones right now so after that, who knows?

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  6. hvis jeg vinder så vil jeg sy en til min søn med lange ærmer :)

    hilsen helle fra denmark helle@mody.dk

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  7. I would do the long sleeved, and even though I've never branched out into anything but quilting cotton, I would like to try it in linen. Thank you for your awesome boy ideas! I love them all!

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  8. I would love to win this pattern! I could make one for my one year old son and a girly one for my 2 yr old daughter. So many possibilites! I love the long sleeves, but the short sleeves would be great for summer. I can't decide! :) Thanks for the chance!!

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  9. I would make some sweet short sleeved ones for a couple of darling little girls in my life!

    hdelacruz15@gmail.com

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  11. I'd make a short sleeve version in a solid blue linen, with bright accents. Fun! Thanks for the giveaway!

    emilycmeyer at gmail dot com

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  12. Oh, how cute! I think I'd end up making a bunch of these for each kid and every season. I think long-sleeved would be my favorite, with a solid body and fun print details!

    Thanks!
    mdpntemp (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  13. Since we *MIGHT* actually have summer someday in the Pacific NW (it's 55 degrees and pouring rain right now) I would make some lovely short-sleeved ones for the kiddies. Sorainima (at) gmail (dot) com

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  14. and i was just about to buy one! =))
    i would do a solid color sheer fabric, with long sleeves, and solid color quilting cotton accents. simple and great for summer! clothing is the best sun screen, after all

    lixapopescu at gmail dot com

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  15. Wow, wow, wow. I've been drooling over this pattern since you first started posting about it! Here we'd be making multiple versions: swim coverups in self-dyed jersey for the three year old and plain cotton ones with African prints and batiks for the baby.

    I've got everything crossed now.

    ginacoxroberts[at]googlemail[dot]com

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  16. love it! i want one in MY size, but this would also be perfect for my adorable niece and nephew.

    kandyce(dot)kingsley(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. Short sleeves (as if the sun might finally come out) using a bicycle print I've been hoarding.

    robyndraheim at gmail dot com

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  18. Short-sleeved for sure -- we've got hot weather in the South practically 9 months of the year!
    cbrh.blogs (at) gmail

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  19. I'd make a short sleeve version, with a printed fabric for the details and a linen fabric for the main pieces.

    shirarocklin (at) yahoo (dot) ca

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  20. The first one would be short sleves with tractor prints - our boy is tractor crazy!
    yobethie(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  21. I love the Charlie pattern! I'd probably make as many variations as I could: long, short, half-sleeves, prints, solids, prints AND solids....It's adorable!Thanks!!

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  22. are you kidding?! i'd do one of everything. except knit; i'm afraid of knit. erinmalia at gmail. (oooh, my first word verification had my name in it. that MUST mean something, right?!)

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  23. I would make a couple short sleeve tunics first (one for son & one for daughter) & probably in knit since both pretty much insist on soft clothes. Love your whale print! I need to design some tractor fabric for my son. I think this pattern would easily become a staple in the kids' wardrobes. Alyssa_j_s (at) hotmail.com

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  24. Thanks for the give-away. I would love to try a long sleeve linen one with a fun geometric print in a bright color.

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  25. Love this shirt, I would do a short sleeved one with a print, maybe a tattoo print to make it bad boy.

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  26. I have a stash of linen/tencel fabric that would be lovely. Short sleeved for the summer, long sleeved for the fall.

    erin.riggio@gmail.com

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  27. I would do a white linen swim coverup, we spend a lot of time at the pool and beach!!!
    Katie@iamnotageek.com

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  28. For the summer I would do a solid short sleeve one.

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  29. I would make a whole lot of them. Short sleeved in summer, long sleeved in winter. With fun prints, preferably in the new knits I just ordered. That would seem very comfortable to wear.

    oontjesblog(at)gmail.com

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  30. light weight and breezy, but with long sleeves to keep off the sun!

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  31. I'd make a short and long sleeved one. And probably many of each!

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  32. Hi Rae, i am a ardent follower of your blog, especially when you post toddler wear as I picturise most of the dresses on my kid too.
    I would definitely go for a short sleeve one because that is suited for us in this part of the world. If I win it, I have already the fabric combination in mind! it would be indian print for the main body, and on the collar and sleeve I would go for a matching solid colour. All of these in cotton. This would give a perfect Indianised look.

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  33. Crazy print, swimsuit cover up :)

    Nevertopart@hotmail.com

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  34. I love the short-sleeved version with a fun accent. The whales are adorable!

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  35. short sleeved and made for wearing by the pool!

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  36. Oh, this shirt would be perfect for the boys for church! I'd definitely do short sleeved with contrasting solid colors.

    adivamoment at gmail dot com

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  37. i would make both a ss and ls version for my babe, because it's so versatile!

    allisonmdodge at gmail dot com

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  38. Hm...I think short sleeved, mostly solid with crazy patterns for the contrast!

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  39. Long sleeve in a neutral linen with a cool contrasting print, something in turquoise, I'm thinking. Thanks!
    kmomisme (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  40. A 3/4 length made longer for a friend's daughter. She has been looking for a tunic style dress for her daughters and I think this would work wonderfully. All my boys are in their teens but our friends are missionaries and are always appreciative of any clothes made for their kids. (5, ages 8 and under)

    Thank you so very much for this opportunity!

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  41. I have been admiring this shirt. It is a cool shirt for the florida winters. For my son, I would make long sleeve in a two contrasting prints. I have a cotton print of robots in blue for the shirt and a cooridinating robot print for the neckline. Thank you for th giveaway and for designing for BOYS!

    Tiffany

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  42. I would love this! I would use some Kaffe Fassett shot cloth (Grape and Moss would look mighty fine together), super saturated but still summer-y and light :)

    msuarez919@yahoo.com

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  43. I'd love to try it with a fun print for summer. Thanks for the chance!
    montgocc at yahoo dot com

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  44. Woah I love your patterns so much x :) I have a poor little monkey boy who is yet to recieve any nice new clothes as his horrible mummy is always too busy making girlie dresses or buttercup bags....hehheh :) gdperkins@hotmail.co.uk xx

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  45. i would definitely make a short sleeve charlie because we just moved to texas and it's freaking hot here!!!
    jojodaly at gmail dot com

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  46. All of the above! I love this design. But probably start with short sleeved for summer. : ) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  47. I would start with short sleeve (maybe knit if I felt daring) and then work my way to long sleeve this winter!
    sefarny(at)gmail(dot)com

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  48. Probably, I'd sew a knit shortsleeved top. My 8 weekold is cloth diapered, and I think showing his cute diapers off would be awesome!

    Amber(at)wamber(dot)com

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  49. i would make it short-sleeved and would do green knit. they have so many shorts with green flecks and bits, that green seems to match all their summer clothes!

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  50. oh I love this tunic!!!!! I would have to make a million of them for my little boy...short sleeved definitely, cause duh, its 800 degrees in Georgia right now....probably with a fun, bright print cause that's what Mama's little boy loves <3

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  51. I think the short sleeve tunic is so cute in knit.

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  52. I'd make a crazy print (just the edges, though) short sleeve shirt. I *love* the look of these!

    eidolons AT gmail DOT com

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  53. I would likely do a short sleeve in knit - it's almost summer here and my boys prefer knit fabrics. Solid with a simple print contrast.

    smblake at gmail dot com

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  54. I think I would make it with long sleeves (as even in summer it's often a bit chilly in the UK!) and I have some lovely owls and zigzag print that would look great for around the neck and cuffs :-)
    jodie(at)tawn(dot)co(dot)uk

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  55. OH MY! I would sew so many for my two boys! Short sleeves in linen for the summer, short sleeves in fleece/wool for fall layers, long sleeve knit for winter...the list is endless!

    leosmomma at live dot com

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  56. Long sleeved, linen with quilting cotton trim from my stash! Some Lizzy House ducks are calling to me!!!

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  57. I think I would do short sleeves in knit - as I have been wanting to try knit forever.

    I love the whale fabric that you designed

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  58. Fantastic! Probably knit with robot trim for my youngest :)

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  59. i would do long and short sleeve solid colors and definitely Lenin in light blue and white...maybe some charcoal grey. Thanks
    Mukweto at gmail dot com

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  60. I'd sew a short sleeved with some funky border, maybe in the knit. It's hot here so ultimately it'd have to be cool.

    kittiesoncatnip @ gmail dot com

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  61. What a sweet boy shirt! I'd love a chance to win the pattern! Thanks for the lovely give away!

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  62. I would love to make this for my 4-year old son, short sleeved, some bright color like orange and for the details shark fabric (I had to buy the shark fabrik yesterday, as he saw it and instantly fell in love with it...He loves sharks!).

    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    meerigylling@gmail.com

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  63. I am in love with all of the versions you have made...I would start with a short sleeve knit one like your whale one since knits are so comfy for little man....then probably a short sleeve linen one...ooh, or chambray....and after I have a nice summer collection of short sleeve ones then I will start on long sleeves for fall...ooh, I hope I win but if I don't, think of all the time I will have NOT sewing these :) :) :)

    jones(dot)amanda(dot)m(at)gmail(dot)com

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  64. Definitely short sleeved. I'd love to make it in a soft solid knit with something fun and funky for the facings.

    Thanks for all of the boy ideas and the giveaway!

    gwentevis at yahoo dot com

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  65. I'd make several short sleeved ones for my little man for summer!

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  66. Fun! Fun! Fun! Thank you!!! :)

    I'd want to sew a short sleeved Charlie first, but I imagine my lil' guy would pick a crazy print one! ;)

    Thanks again! Would LOVE to win this great pattern! So unique and stylish for boy which is soooo hard to find!

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  67. I would make long sleeve, lightweight tunics for my kids to wear camping- too keep the bugs off but stay cool. :) Probably something in a wildly girly print for my daughter, and orange or brown for my son.

    katycorgi at yahoo dot com

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  68. I'm going to have a boy in a few months, but my kid sewing patterns are all girly! I'd love to make my little boy shirts from this, out of cute boy prints like you're always showing. Dinosaurs, perhaps?

    denise dot tb dot johnson at gmail

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  69. Cute pattern! I would sew a short sleeved tunic first...it would be perfect for summer!

    addiesand@gmail.com

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  70. I love Charlie's tunic. Please choose me.
    Thanks,

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  71. Oh yes please! Pretty please with cute whales on top! ;-)

    I'd start with a short sleeved version for my adorable little cousin. I think I'd go with some cool linen for the main fabric and some lovely small scale print for the collar.

    Thanks for the nice giveaway and another week of boy goodness!

    Elisabeth

    LisaRueb[at]aol[dot]com

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  72. I think I'd try the short sleeved version. Probably a solid with a print on the neck and sleeves like the ones you've done. I like them so much.

    sparetimeblog at gmail dot com

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  73. I love the long-sleeve version with the linen and measuring tape accents. I would probably do something similar but maybe a different accent fabric. Perhaps some trucks or trains since it would be for my son.

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  74. My little FL boy would definitely need a beach cover-up in some lightweight fabric. I might have to make an exception to this being a "boy pattern" and make is older sister one, too, perhaps with a modified placket.

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  75. First I'd actually make a swim coverup caftan for my daughter like you did for Clementine (does that disqualify me? I'm being honest here!) but I'd definitely save it for when my now 6-month-old son is toddling around. I know I'd get lots of use out of it for my boy AND my girl!

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  76. I would make two one short-sleeve for now but i really love the long sleeve one so have to do that one for the fall. my boy is just a year. by the way I have loved your boy series!! sbm11685@yahoo.com

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  77. I would love to make one for each of my 3 boys!!

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  78. I would make a few in short sleeve for my son, since it's summer. :)

    I've got this great dinosaur print I've been meaning to use.

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  79. I would love to make a Charlie Tunic for my son:)

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  80. We are big Charlie & Lola fans in this house, so this would go down a treat here! I'd probably go for a long sleeved version (to stop the scratching of eczema!) in one of the many gorgeous boyish prints in my stash! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  81. I would love to make this pattern for my 1.5-yo in natural linen with a really wacky print facing.

    ashamanjababu(at)yahoo.com

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  82. I bought some cute knit fabric with little trucks that I have been afraid to use. I think I would finally use them for this! Love the whales, by the way!

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  83. I would probably make it with my printed fabric and solid accents in long sleeves!

    The whales are awesome!

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  84. I would try to give that tunic half long sleeves, down to the elbow maybe and use some of the great african fabrics I found at a fleamarket last weekend. My boys dad is from Uganda so I love seeing him wear some traditional style sometimes and this pattern is perfect for that!
    geschea/at/yahoo.de

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  85. I would love to give this pattern a go in the jersey (lie your whale version)
    Such a great style for boys and one I'd like to make for my little man and all his cousins and mates!

    Rebekahsimpkins@mac.com

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  86. I would make a short sleeved version in orange with a sunflower applique for my little girl. That would be a really cool summer outfit for Her. Love your blog and thanks for the chance :)
    Gina
    dukaigeorgina at hotmail dot com

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  87. I absolutely love this pattern! I have some cornflower blue linen that would be amazing as the long sleeve version. I would also love to make the short sleeve version out of a subtle yellow knit with a fun contrasting print. My nephew would most certainly look adorable in both! I have been wanting to make him one for some time now...
    Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway, your sewing ideas and patterns are fabulous! And your son and daughter are the perfect models for your creative projects. I truly admire what you do :)
    --Amanda

    amajohns at gmail dot com

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  88. I have a three-month old, and I'd like to make some clothes now for next winter. This would be perfect in a little girl print!

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  89. I love this pattern, too. I'm in the thick of boy wardrobe-building, so I think I'd probably make a short-sleeved version in a geometric cotton print. Either that or a wrinkly linen-y one. Yum.

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  90. would love this pattern for my guys (3 & 15 mos.)! Love your versions, too!

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  91. I would sew at least 1 of each type of Charlie tunic for my son and then experiment with the pattern for my daughter. And probably make several for my nephews. Basically, I would have Charlie tunics coming out my ears:) (I think I would have to make a Lightning McQueen patterned one for both of them as my kids are obsessed with Cars).

    alayna_adams5@yahoo.com

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  92. I have a 19 month old I think i would go with a long sleeve tunic with the some crazy boy fabric for the trim and a solid center. maybe make some shorts that match that could be fun. I hope i get to make it

    brittney215@gmail.com

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  93. hmmm... solid color with a cool print on the neckline. I don't know about the sleeves (actually, I would probably make one of each if my first came out good!)
    I have 2 daughters (and one is too big for this pattern) so it would also come out more on the girly side in terms of colors!
    Thanks for the chance to win... I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

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  94. knit, short-sleeved, and matching for two adorable boys

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  95. I'd make two in a knit fabric with short sleeves. One for the smallish almost 6 year old and one for the almost 2 year old.

    faustina.konkal at gmail dot com.

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  96. I would make some short sleeved linen-y tops for my almost 3 year old with some spoonflower print facings... oh yes I would!

    natalastic at g mail dot com

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  97. Shortsleeved for my daughter with flowered swiss dot for the shirt and orange swiss dot for the contrast. And then a short sleeve boy one using some of the cartoon fabric I have for my nephew.

    shortcake2675@gmail.com

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  98. I would make a short-sleeved one for my niece in a light purple linen. :)

    pink.karen(at)gmail(dot)com

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  99. I have a huge stash of fabric that's been (unknowingly) waiting just for this pattern! I'd love to try both short and long-sleeved in fabulous cotton prints for my girl. Thanks for the chance to win! swconnolly(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. Love your tunic...I'd make 2, one for my 3-year old son in a solid and a fun print, and a 2nd for my 5 year old daughter, in of course, pink!

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  101. I love this pattern, I'd love to get a head start and make up some long sleeved ones probably using a stripe or dot print as the base with a solid contrast. My little one likes to trace patterns on his clothes when he's nervous and he's starting school this fall. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

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  102. I'd make at least 2. I would love to make a long one to make a qhim cover-up for my daughter, and a short-sleeved one for a chilled-out surfer look for my son!

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  103. I would love to make one for my daughter this summer in a gauzy linen. Its always a challenge to find long sleeve summer shirts to keep the sun out but let the breeze in!

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  104. It's already in the 90's around here, so I'd go with a short-sleeved Charlie in bright colors.
    lynnebohman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  105. I would have to make one of each!! lol but the longer version in a green like the one pictured above i like best. thank you!
    suezneal at gmail

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  106. I would most defintely start making some long sleeved ones for the winter (my kids are pretty well suited up with summer clothes already). I would love to use a funky animal print like your whale shirt. Maybe elephants? I've seen the cutest Japense elephant print at Poppy Seed fabrics! Love it! liz.taylor24@yahoo.com

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  107. I'd LOVE to try the knit one! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  108. i would love to make a couple of short sleeved charlies for my boys!!

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  109. I would sew a short sleeve Charlie in plaid for my grandson. And probably one with some type of tractors on it- he is two and loves loves tractors! Thanks for a great blog and giveaways!

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  110. I love this!! I would make a short sleeve with some of my own fabric designs from Spoonflower. I think its so neat that you can have your own artwork printed on fabric!
    Thanks!
    ~Andrea
    sewdivertimento@gmail.com

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  111. I have 4 boys (okay, so the 6 ft 14yo may be a little old for a Charlie) and I would love to sew them some long sleeved Charlies! Our summer seems to be a cold one this year. I think this pattern would even look great in a flannel for pj tops for some of my girls.

    bekahs77 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  112. Wow! Thank you for the opportunity! I would like to make a long-sleeved swimsuit coverup for my sweet little niece.
    tiffany.sullivan.84[at]gmail.com

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  113. I would love this pattern! I've been drooling over it, but with my summer budget being a bit tighter than normal, I've had to restrain myself. This would be an awesome win!
    pfarfigknittin(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  114. This is awesome! I would love to win! Tomorrow is my birthday, so this would be the coolest thing to wake up to in the morning!! :) I have 2 sons--2 1/2 and 1 1/2 and I'm pregnant with Baby #3 of unknown gender who is due in Oct. I would probably make my boys a matching shirt to wear in pictures with their new sibling. Plus I would make them one to wear this summer in linen and short sleeves since it's so hot in Texas!! I just think these are adorable!!
    kama_blogs(at)live(dot)com

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  115. Thanks for this giveaway!
    If I win this pattern (I'm not the lucky kind of person) I'll think I'll make a long sleeved tunique with linen fabric for the summer evenings.

    clumsy (dot) elle (at) gmail (dot) com

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  116. Any Charlie tunic will go!!! What a wonderful pattern, you're a very talented person. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to win this brilliant pattern.
    lauramdd (at) terra (dot) es

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  117. So many options!! I think I might do short sleeve for the summer. I'm Indian, so I think I'd love to make it like a kurta with an Indian print. So cute!

    sanjbryant@gmail.com

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  118. These are just adorable. I would probably make one for one of my friends in short sleeves so she could use it in the summer or winter with a long sleeve under it. I have this awesome black & white fabric I have been pairing with yellow & it would look amazing in this style. Thanks so much!!

    whitkaejohnson(at)gmail.com

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  119. I need to lay off of the summer clothes for my kids, so probably long-sleeved, maybe with embroidered facings.

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  120. oops - my email is morethanoneway at mac dot com

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  121. wish me luck! I'll make a ton of this for my little boy if I win!

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  122. Definitely the long sleeve version, in a neutral linen with some crazy japanese print for the accent detail. Can you tell I've been thinking about this? Thanks for the chance to win! islaybower [at] gmail [dot] com

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  123. I think the long-sleeved version in a solid knit with some fun contrast fabric would be great for early fall wear. This pattern is so cute.

    finallyfinishedcrafts (at) gmail (dot) com

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  124. I love love love this! I would make all the above! : ) ...starting with swim suit cover up, something long sleeved really lightweight that would be good for keeping mosquitos off without being too hot, then some pj tops, my goodness...where does it end?

    rcg2t at me dot com

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  125. Since our Spring seems to have disappeared here across the pond, I would probably make long-sleeved. Right now, I'm committed to stash-busting, so looking at my stash right now, I might just have to make the contrast with a bright snail print that I have. Not sure what the rest would be, I'm pretty bad about buying solids on a whim so I might have to break down and buy some for that. :) (like I mind)

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  126. Really?! Wow, how exciting! I love how this pattern works for both girls and boys. I think for us, the short sleeved pattern since we live in very hot and very sunny Florida!

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  127. Gorgeous! I would love to win a pattern! Thanks for the chance, and all your great patterns, tutorials & inspiration! yzobela at hotmail dot com

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  128. I think I'd make it in a solid, light-colored linen for my daughter.

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  129. I would seriously sew ALL of them. I am a huge fan of your patterns :)
    etsyteachermom at gmail

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  130. I love this top! I would make a solid 3/4 sleeve tunic for my little girl with a super loud trim! And of course, bows to match....

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  131. Long sleeve, natural linen with hand embroidery along the hem line and neckline. Also another in blue, with a handpainted Greek border above the hemline, and one in green (I have 4 boys), olive if I could find it with a striped cotton for the contrast fabric. (Can you tell I have been wanting to make some?)And I would try a knit for each of them. I am not sure my oldest would like a tunic, so I would have to stop at 3. Now, I just need to cross my fingers long enough to win! Thank you so much for this giveaway Rae.

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  132. I would definitely make the short sleeved version and probably try it with the knit for summer!!
    kbochniak@hotmail.com

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  133. I love the Charlie tunic and would love to sew one (or two, or three!) for my small man. So cute! Please, bloggy universe, pick me!! Thank you. :)

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  134. Oh, definitely short sleeved with knit and a fun fabric for contrast, maybe the awesome chicken alexander henry print i have been saving? And of course some BBBP shorts, with cuffs, or the butt section, to match

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  135. :) I would definitely sew a crazy print tunic, because that's how the men in my life roll. ;) In fact, the hubs has made himself a few very psychedelic tunics. I'd also love to try the cute knit tunic. Thanks for the chance to win.

    ammieloris (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  136. oh I love the pattern and my little man would look so cute in it! thanks for the giveaway
    dtlweston(at)gmail(dot)com

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  137. Thanks for a chance to win! It looks great!

    becker.olga@gmail.com

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  138. What a great pattern. I'd love to make this shirt my my little men!

    diannelovelock AT gmail dot com

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  139. Yay! Long sleeved in baby wale cord for my baby boy during our freezing cold San Francisco Bay Area summer! Short sleeved in blue striped linen for our magnificent September! Not sure about the trims yet, but I look forward to experimenting! Fun fun. Thanks!

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  140. I think I'd sew up a solid color long sleeve. But who am I kidding. I'll be making them all!

    jessica (at) homfamily (dot) com

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  141. I've already got plans for this pattern! I am totally buying it if I don't win. Ha! Short sleeved, in the Heather Ross prints that were on Spoonflower recently but are also part of FFAIII. White girl-playing with horses and orange flower trim for horse-mad niece. :D

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  142. I'd start withe the long sleeve for my almost on year old as we are having some crazy cold weather already this winter. I have some vintage winter cotton that would look great...thanks for the giveaway Rae!

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  143. Oohh, I've been coveting this pattern for awhile now. Would love to make this up in some cool fabrics for my boys this summer coming. debbles70(at)iinet(dot)net(dot)au

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  144. I'd love to make several for my 13 month old from this green knit I have with some funky pattern fabric accents. I short sleeved one now and a long sleeved one for later! And he could wear it with his big butt baby pants!

    johanna (at) planetfind (dot) com

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  145. Short sleeve with trains. Kid loves trains! Thanks so much for the giveaway! beckage(At)gmail(d0t)com

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  146. We are coming into winter here so I would do long sleeved in a solid with a print contrast

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  147. I think I would sew everything! I have a 5 year old and a 3 year old who would love some comfy Mama-made shirts like these. And I've been lusting after your pattern since it was in development! kaseymgm (at) gmail (dot) com

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  149. I would love to try my hand at a swimsuit cover-up in eyelet for my little girl, but I'd use it to make some CRAZY cute wardrobe. Mostly short sleeved (for this season). Thanks!

    ashley(dot)chandler(at)aggiemail.usu.edu

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  150. Thank you so much for the giveaway! Being Winter in Oz I'd be sewing a long sleeve tunic straight away. I'm not sure of the fabric yet, but living on acreage it would be likely to be dark (to hide the mud stains!)
    Cheers!

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  151. My son turns 1 next month. I hope to win this so I can sew this cool tunic for him, solid color with short sleeve
    taraembendesigns(a)yahoo(dot)com

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  152. Love it in knit too! What a great pattern :) ~thanks! Amy

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  153. Short sleeve, a matching set for my 4 kiddos. sewfearless at gmail dot com

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  154. i absolutely love this pattern. its so hard to find good patterns for boys...so ive been waiting for you to post it. if i got this pattern, my sons only 3 months old but id make a short sleeved one for his bday next year.

    cvause11@gmail.com

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  155. We are heading into winter here in Australia and I would definitely be making all 3 of my kids a long sleeve version of this top

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  156. Love it!!! I want to make some tunics for my granddaughters.

    Liz
    lzrivera@hotmail.com

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  157. Love it - for my DS nearly two - so much his 'surfy' style Susan

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  158. I love your blog. And your kids are seriously adorable! Thanks for the giveaway -
    Rachel Horton
    ravery [at] email [dot] unc [dot] edu

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  159. i would make one (or more!) of each ... would love to win this pattern to make for my 2 year old since boys are so often neglected in the world of sewing!
    joellemarie72(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  160. I would love a copy of this pattern. I think I would make short sleeve versions for summertime.

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  161. I would have to start with some long sleeve white swimsuit cover-ups for my girls! Thanks for such a cute pattern.

    emstone28@gmail.com

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  162. I think the short sleeve version in knit is adorable! (sigh) Oh to be confident sewing with knits... No, actually your tips and the fact that you didn't use a serger or walking foot were very helpful! Thanks for the giveaway!

    lindsay (dot) ramon (at) gmail (dot) com

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  163. I would love to make this for all my little cousins. I would sew a long sleeve charlie in a fun print.

    dunham.manda@gmail.com

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  164. I would make lots of fuzzy, soft flannel shirts with this pattern. it's the only fabric my son will wear with out freaking out.

    lmfilcek at hotmail dot com

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  165. I would definitely do short and long sleeved tops for my girls when they start preschool this fall.

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  166. Knit and/or swim cover up for starters. :) emmillee(At)gmail(dot)com

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  167. Sign me up! Love this pattern, and even though it won't fit max at the moment, at the rate he's growing, he'd fit into the 12 mo. size before too long!

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  168. OMG, I have been drooling over this pattern since you posted the very first tunic. I so want this badly. hennahands1 (at) gmail (d0t) com

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  169. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd sew a short sleeve one, since it's summer. And, a long-sleeve one for winter!

    commonthreads@me.com

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  170. I love it, so cute! I would sew a short sleeved with a linen/cotton cute print a a long sleeved one for the fall. I love the t-shirt one you posted today!!

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  171. I adore this pattern! It is suitable for both boys and girls, depending on the fabric. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  172. I would love a copy of this pattern, a long sleeve would be great for our nz winter.

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  173. Hooray for give-away! How generous :)
    This would be a sweet short sleeved linen hang-out "gown"-esq outfit for my sweet little girl and maybe one for her cousin too!

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  174. I love this pattern! I have so many young children in my life and would love to make some gifts! I think I would make short sleeves for the summer! Thanks for sharing!

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  175. I love long sleeved shirts with shorts...so probably a long sleeved light weight material for after evening swims in the lake...for a 2 and a 4 year old! Thank you, thank you!

    smyleelis at hotmail

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  176. I hope this is my lucky number!

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  177. I would make short sleeves at the moment, my boys are sorely in need of a summer wardrobe...all 3 of them! It would also be a great way to use up all those prints I have been hording! lol

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  178. Oh how I love it all! If I won, I would sew a short sleeved tunic for my son this summer with a nautical print.

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  179. Tristan ParshallJune 10, 2011 at 8:34 PM

    I'd love to make this with a linen and a funky print with dinos on it for my little dino boy. Who at 20 months runs around all day roaring and exclaiming "mommy, I dino!" His first sentence. :)

    jevousaime03@yahoo.com

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  180. so glad I am catching up on reading my blogs -- with my glass of vino!! i would make this for a girl and use some essex linen with some new Loulouthi for the accent. i think this would look fantastic for a girl with the right fabric. actually if this is for my girl... i should find dark grey or black... not something whitish.... !! thanks for a chance at winning your pattern. i can't wait to try it! elizabethlehman@hotmail.com

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  181. WOW! I'd love to do up some short sleeved Charlie's for my little guy in a few of the crazy prints I have laying in my 'for his clothes' pile.. (He loves Charlie and Lola, by the way)

    Thanks for the chance!
    jiannyia (at) gmail (dot) com

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  182. I have two little girls but lots of friends with boys in need of some handmade clothes! I like the long sleeved version the best, but as it is currently 95+ with no sign of letting up until September, I would go with the short sleeve version first! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  183. This is such a great pattern, not just for little boys, but it'll be perfect for little girls too! I think I like the short sleeved version the best, I'd make it out of solid coloured linen paired with a bright accent like you did! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  184. Love this pattern! I would make it short sleeve with a solid linen paired with a printed accent. So many possibilities!
    kyleann33 at gmail.com

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  185. This is such a cute pattern (and your whale fabric is great!). I think I'd use some knits and make some PJ tops for my little guy. We keep stretching out the necks of the tops to fit them over his noggin.

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  186. I will be taking my granddaughter to the pool every week, so if I won, I would make her a cute beach coverup!

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  187. I would love this Rae! I never sew for my boys except for pj pants and I think Jonah would really like this one! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  188. I think I would sew a knit version - yours is super cute by the way - with a cute print for the facings. This is such an adorable pattern!
    aesprouse at gmail dot com

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  189. I think I would do the long sleeve version - perfect for layering up in our chilly winter at the moment!

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  190. I love the short sleeve knit version.

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  191. With 3 boys, I need something suitable to make them for the summer time! I LOVE your whale top, and I want to copy it with specific prints for each of them! So cute!

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  192. I would make a whole bunch of tunics for my daughter, both long and short
    suburbsmama@gmail.com

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  193. I would sew many, but first I would make a long sleeved one from orange solid fabric with grey trim.

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  194. I love these tops! I would make them for all the grands, boys and girls. Thanks for the chance.

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  195. I would sew a short sleeve version for my son.

    ginger c at gmail dot com

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  196. I would love to win this and whip up a bunch of short sleeve tunics for my boys for summer! Thanks for the chance to win!
    twins-squared (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  197. I love the whale fabric! And I would love to make a Charlie tunic for each of my kiddos (2 & 5).

    Thanks!

    Melissa

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