Ooh La La Pin Up Sew Along Pt. 3... Give Away! CLOSED

Monday, April 9, 2012


To Kick off the 3rd instalment of our Pin Up Sew Along, I am giving away a copy of my PDF "Betty" High Waist Panties Pattern.  It contains sizes xs-lg (34" hip to 41" hip), and is easily grade-able. These knickers have been designed for Stretch Knits, but I will show you how to make them accommodate a woven front and back panel. They use about 1 yard of fabric, but because of the princess seaming, you can mix and match fabrics easily, and use up some scraps from your stash! 

Here's how to enter:
  1. Leave a comment on this post letting me know how you'll be sewing your Betty Knickers - stretch satin, lace, jersey? Please also leave me an email address where I can contact you if you are the lucky winner!
  2. Like Ohhh Lulu on Facebook for an additional Entry 
  3. Tweet (@OhhhLulu) or Blog about the Give Away and Sew along for a 3rd entry.
I'll be accepting Entries from TODAY (Monday, April 9th) and Drawing a name on Friday, April 13th.

Good Luck! And thanks everyone for your input along the way!

THIS GIVE AWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Congratulations Melody - You are the winner!



43 comments:

  1. Trying to decide which fabric I should use first! Maybe jersey to begin with then stretch satin. Looks like a fantastic pattern.

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  2. ooh. I love the lacy sides. I would probably do that with some satin in the middle. What a great giveaway. Thank you!

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  3. Tweeted about the sew-along and giveaway (and started following you on twitter :)

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  4. I would love these in a stretch satin black/white polka dot for the front and back with a nice powermesh side panels - instant shapewear!!

    Liked on Facebook [Andii Melody Mae]

    And tweeted about it on twitter [https://twitter.com/#!/melody_mae/status/189336776756838401]

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  5. So beautifull!!!
    I would make it with a black sheer mesh with dots and probably use small elastic spaghetti straps on the seams and some purple stretch satin in the middlle.and a corset binding with a small round elastic on the side

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  7. Stretch satin of course! :) And perhaps something pinstripe? With a little lace along the leg opening for a girly border. :) Also liked on facebook!

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  8. Stretch-lace maybe, I got some red in my stash already. But I will probably stick to cotton since my ladybits doesn't approve of synthetics. And my email is gabriellazamudio(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. I also liked Ohhh Lulu on Facebook!

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  10. I don't have satin in my stash, but I have been meaning to make panties for awhile. I love your pattern as I don't care for the skimpy ones!

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  11. I have a piece of aquamarine satin stretch on my stash combined with black stretch lace, so I think this is the perfect project! thanks! racurac2 (at) yahoo (dot) c o m

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  12. Stretch satin! I can't waut to make these =]

    Holley: swingincherrygirl (at) gmail (dot) com

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  13. Oooh, these would look lovely in jersey+lace!

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  14. hmmm... well I would really want them to match the corset I am working on- so I would want woven panels for sure. And then... oooh lace. I love the idea of lacey sides!
    And then... well I would want to make more, so stretch satin would probably be next on my list ;)

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  15. I liked you on Facebook (I thought I already had, but no...)

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  16. And I tweeted the giveaway for you too.

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  17. Oh, I love the idea of stretch satin! :)

    w.d.grimes@gmail.com

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  18. I like on FB!

    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1290720097&ref=tn_tnmn

    w.d.grimes@gmail.com

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  19. I would sew it in mesh with a black silk panel and contrast stitching! Very cute pattern.

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  20. Blue and white Stripped stretch satin to create a chevron pattern, buttons sewn on the seams for that sailor look. Summer is round the corner after all.

    samamtha.k.r@gmail.com (yes it is sam-aM-tha)

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  21. Woo hoo, these are gorgeous. I'm pretty sure that if I had this pattern in my hands I would attempt them in silk, jersey and lace. My first attempt woud likely be in jersey though.

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  22. definitely jersey with lace sides. would love to make these! maryvannote (at) gmail (dot) com

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  23. LOVE! i would try to make these out of lycra into a bathing suit bottom!

    chelsyanne05@yahoo.com

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  24. Hmm... I'm stuck stash diving for the time being, so I would probably make it out of some white jersey on the sides and a yellow rose print satin for the front and back.

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  25. And I liked Ohhh Lulu on FB.

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  26. Lycra for a bathing suit. But I think denim would be cool to.
    whitney at freshlygiven dot com

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  27. I would make it in black lace the whole thing :)
    leslie_campillo@yahoo.com

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  28. Lovely pattern! I would love to make it in black stretch satin with a front panel of black embroidered net that I've inherited from my grandma. I have plans to make a whole set with matching girdle, bra and panties :)

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  29. And I liked you on FB (Carolina B)
    My email is pinkbitch2000@hotmail.com

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  30. I'm with Melody, above -- stretch satins for front and back and powermesh on the sides for no-foundation days. Then a thin comfy knit for under foundations.

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  31. I would do these in stretch satin and lace, maybe in a cream satin and orange lace (up the sides), 'cause creamsicles are my favorite for summer!:) I also liked you on Facebook and tweeted the giveaway. Love this pattern!

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  32. I would make it from stretch satin & lace together, love the shape!

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  33. And made a link to your give away on my blog: creaBH.blogspot.com

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  34. Oh I love this pattern! I'd love to win! I think I would try both satin stretch and rayon jersey. frk[dot]bustad[at]gmail[dot]com.

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  35. Thanks for the chance! I'd love to sew a pair in stretch satin with contrasting panels of some sort. So many choices!
    Tomatojane at gmail dot com

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  36. Thank you for the chance to win such a cute pattern! I think the first go would be in stretch jersey, but I'd love to do some with stretch satin front and back and lace on the side panels...
    vickikatemakes[at]btinternet[dot]com

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  37. Oh, those panties deserve to be sewn up in bias cut silk, but realistically I would sew them in stretch satin. I've liked you on facebook and I tweeted the giveaway. My email address is Relynn.D.Johnson at gmail dot com.

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  38. I have stretch lace, a few colors of stretch satin, and a gauzy stretch knit to sew some up in. Maybe I'll do a silk center panel on one pair, with stretch lace side panels. It is a lovely pattern! And I have been following you on Facebook, though I don't use twitter.

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