CLOSED 5 Weeks of Give Aways! Week 2: The Grace Panties

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Congratulations to Anna Maria, you are the winner of the first week of giveaways! Thank you to all of you who entered! My inbox was bombarded with messages the moment the giveaway was posted, it was just great!

The second give away is for my low-rise hipster style panties.  These are great because you can use a combination of woven and stretch fabrics, which means you can use cute printed cotton for the front and back portion, with jersey, stretch mesh, stretch lace, or other stretch fabrics on the sides.




The rules are the same as before.  You can enter the give away, or purchase the pattern on Etsy or Craftsy.


The giveaway starts right now, and will close on Sunday, April 28 at  9am.

Here's how to enter:
  1.  Leave 1 comment with your email address, and let me know what fabric you would use to sew your Bambi Bra in.
  2. For a BONUS entry, 'like' Ohhh Lulu on Facebook and leave a 2nd comment letting me know you have done so.
  3. For a BONUS BONUS entry, pin your favourite item from my shop to Pinterest , and leave me a 3rd comment letting me know you've done so.
  4. For a triple BONUS entry, tweet about the giveaway, and leave me a 4th comment letting me know you have done so.  Use the hashtag #ohhhlulu

Good luck! :)

81 comments:

  1. Pretty! I would make these in black and white gingham, with black crochet trim and white lace on the sides.

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  2. I pinned the Ginger pattern: http://pinterest.com/pin/161355599121893507/

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  3. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/MissPrickly/status/325978207180451840

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  4. I would love to make these in a red and white polka dot poplin I have. Please count me in the drawing, I adore this pattern! kathhhhhy {at} gmail {dot} com

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  5. Count me in please! :D I'd make these in white stretch lace and apple green cotton with white dots. Happy colors make me smile.
    ellamanasan (at) gmail (dot) com

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  6. Pinned the pink satin set on pinterest: http://pinterest.com/pin/390757705138820756/

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  7. Great giveaway! I adore this pattern and would love to make it with a floral print and beautiful lace. zuzsa.haag[at]online.de

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  8. Pinned the floral camisole (which I adore :) ) http://pinterest.com/pin/490188740661967386/

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  9. I would love to make this out of a red and white stripe fabric with black lace on the side to match my favorite bra.

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  10. I'd love to make these out of a bright floral cotton sateen with black lace on the side. I love bright florals!

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  11. I already like you on facebook!

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  12. I have some pretty stretch lace in orange and pink!

    Christy.howard@gmail.com

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  13. I have some excellent lace print mesh that would well with this pattern.

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  14. I tweeted about the give away.

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  15. "liked" the Facebook

    Bought a pattern today

    pinned an item.

    I'd use a beautiful peach satin and white stretch lace! :)

    Emily L
    Seattle, WA

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  16. Such a great give away. I would make them in a happy floral something pretty to wear under the winter layers.

    http://iliska-dreams.blogspot.com.au/

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  17. A citrus cottony fabric with orange lace! racurac2 (at) yahoo dot com

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  18. I just bought some hot pink lace and will use that. I need to find some black cotton with Lycra, although I know where to get it. I just need to drive there!

    Nubiannut100 at earthlink dot net

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  19. I have liked you on Facebook under Angie Hofmann

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  20. I love the idea of a solid/bright colour in the middle and lace on the outside... These are so lovely!

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  21. Love these! I love the color scheme, too, and could see myself doing these up in a similar fabric.

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  22. I also pinned these, because I totally need some!

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  23. I would make them with polka dots cotton and stretch lace, not exactly like your picture but very similarly!

    erikawithak.vintage at gmail dot com

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  24. I also liked you on facebook.

    erikawithak.vintage at gmail dot com

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  25. I found some mustard yellow and grey stretch mesh in my stash, that would be nice with some solid yellow cotton for this pattern!

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  26. I am a stickler for basics, so I'd probably make it in black. But I do love polka dots of all colours. :D
    zoe.livana(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  27. Great pattern! I would make these in black with maybe mint green lace at the sides and a mint ribbon trim...

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  28. Very cute pattern. I'd use white lace and maybe a cute printed cotton.
    -Emily

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  29. I have also liked you on Facebook
    -Emily

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    1. I would make these in a pastel vintage floral cotton with white stretch lace and a matching slightly oversized bow on the front!
      inhalo08@hotmail.com

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  30. I love this pattern I would make it in a nice white cotton ribbed strech fabric with navy blue flowers which i just recenly bought this weekend with a white strech lace.
    crystal_1981_6@hotmail.com

    Thank you :)

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  31. I have also liked you on Facebook


    crystal_1981_6@hotmail.com

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  32. And i have also pined your shop on Pinterest

    crystal_1981_6@hotmail.com

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  33. I'd make it in robin's egg stretch lace and a bird print woven, nice and springy.

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  34. Oh pretty! I've never sewn undergarments and I've been wanting to for forever!! I'd make it in a pink gingham with black lace! :)

    mrsrachelsbooth{at}gmail{dot}com

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  35. I liked Oh Lulu on FB! :)

    mrsrachelsbooth{at]gmail{dot}com

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  36. Pinned my favorite Etsy shop item! :)

    http://pinterest.com/pin/58617232622603038/

    mrsrachelsbooth{at}gmail{dot}com

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  37. I tweeted! :) https://twitter.com/RachelSGuy/status/326497744002891776

    mrsrachelsbooth{at}gmail{dot}com

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  38. I really like the fabric you used in the photo, polka dots with pretty lace sides :)

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  39. I would make it similar to how you have it...lots of florals and lace!

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  40. I like sewing my own panties. I think I would make these in navy lycra with vintage cream lace on the sides! andreanne12@hotmail.com

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  41. These panties share my name! I would use left over silk charmuese and/or silk crepe from my wedding dress to make these panties, along with the babmi bra and I'd use leftover ivory rose alencon lace to to trim the bambi bra.

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  42. Also, I have liked you on FB (for a while now!)

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  43. And my most recent OhhhLuLu pin is the floral longline and panty set. I'm desaparately in love with the fabric and the longline style!

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  44. And I tweeted the contest. ;)

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  45. I would love to make them in Turquoise and cream silk
    fabric, the Turquoise in stretch lace.

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  46. Is it weird that I have the sudden urge to make matching pairs got my upcoming dress sewing? Yes, I realize it's mostly babies who match their underwear to their outfits but I don't think I really care. So I'd be looking at some lovely challis prints and a teal polka dot. BTW all your new styles look adorable but I think this one is more my style.

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  47. These are so cute, too! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  48. I think... Pink polka dots would be adoreable.

    Bonnybonbonbomb@gmail.com

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  49. Liked on FB by Bonny Gill

    Bonnybonbonbomb@gmail.com

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  50. eyelet! But what to do for the stretch part then?

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  51. Blue polka dots <3

    Cornelia

    porcelina[at]live[dot]nl

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  52. I have a piece of red polkadot silk that I have been saving for something special

    cutekipepeo@gmail.com

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  53. Awesome pattern. I actually think a combo of leopard print and red laces is a lovely mixture, and a sexy piece to wear...

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  54. I would make these in a plaid jersey print, with stretch lace at the sides - maybe purple/black? han(dot)simpson(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  55. I liked you on Facebook :)

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  56. ... and I pinned your Aura Geometric Stripe Bra on Pinterest (love it!)

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  57. Please enter me! Love the lacy sides!

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  58. i'd make them out of a bamboo knit and a dotted cotton

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  59. I'd make mine in black with pink lacy sides! wumbs [at] gmx [dot] de

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  60. love all of your underwear! and patterns.

    I've been on a major peach kick and love the idea of nude jersey on the body, with all over nude lace.

    pinned and liked on facebook. :)

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  61. Oh gosh those undies are so cute!! I die.

    Lately I've really been into ticking stripes so I suppose I might use that...it would be interesting, at least!!

    my email is smart_kid001(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  62. Oh i love these grace knickers and hope I'm not too late to enter! I'd use a nude silk with matching lace for the the first pair and then mix it up with bright summer colours for the next pair - maybe electric blue jersey and black lace!

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  63. ps have liked you on FB. And forgot to leave my email in my first comment - sabinamoolla{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  64. Not sure if I'm too late! (I think with the time difference I'm still good) but I'd love to participate in this!
    DEFINITELY LACE!

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  65. If I'm not too late!! Big bold patterns for me!

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  66. I would make them in black and white polka dots with black lace on the sides.
    Jennifer Northrop
    Jennorth@ hotmail.com

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  67. Liked you on Facebook alreadyJennifer Northrop
    Jennorthrop@gmail.com
    Jennorth@hotmail.com

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