Sabrina from Noodles and Milk has offered pattern of choice to the winner and she has some of the cutest patterns in her shop.
She sent me a bio on her to include whatever I wanted in the post, I found her so amazing that I wanted to share what she wrote with you and didn't want to taint it with any of my words
"Info about me: I am a 30 year-old (yikes!) stay-at-home mom of
*almost* two. My daughter is 2 1/2 and our son is 7 weeks old ! Prior to staying home, I had the greatest job on
earth. I was a buyer for a major jewelry retailer. Yes, I got paid to
play with jewelry and travel the world- oh and it was just icing on
the cake that I had a super boss, the best coworkers and a
non-existent commute to work. I had no plans of anything changing.
When my daughter was 3 weeks old, I looked at my husband with tears
and told him that I could not leave her with strangers and that I had
to quit my job. We promptly sold our house and downsized and the rest
Info about the shop: After about 4 months of staying home with my
daughter, I started to get antsy. I had no creative outlet. I had
nothing that was "mine". I desperately needed something. So, I decided
to take up a new hobby- something that I have always wanted to try-
sewing. That is right, if you do the math, I have only been sewing
about 2 years! To say that I took right to it would be an
understatement. Within a few weeks I had an enormous fabric stash and
could not stop creating and trying new things. Within about a month I
started selling custom baby gifts on ebay (yuck) and then etsy (yea).
The shop grew really quickly and I loved all the custom work I was
creating for little ones. Custom gifts grew into custom clothing. In
January, when I found out I was pregnant with our son, I knew that the
shop had to change. I knew that at least in the beginning, I would not
have the hours at naptime and nighttime to sew custom orders. I decided
right then to try pattern writing. I have found pattern writing to be
as addicting as sewing. I love it! I can't say the shop will always be
patterns and that I will never go back to custom orders, but for now I
am loving the new direction that Noodles & Milk has gone."
She is also including a coupon code for my readers valid through Nov 15. Code is "makingdo" and will get you $1.00 off every pattern.
To Enter Giveaway:
1. Visit Noodles and Milk come back and let me know which pattern is your favorite leave a comment telling me which one.
3. Blog about the Christmas Event at Me Making do leave a comment letting me know you did.