Monday, September 04, 2017

HotPatterns Giveaway for National Sewing Month

Continuing with the fabric discounts and pattern giveaways for National Sewing Month celebrations, the first pattern giveaway is from HotPatterns.


A little about HotPatterns ~
HotPatterns is an independent sewing pattern company, started in 2005, and run by two Londoners who have somehow found themselves living and working in the steamy southwest of Florida.

It's a small family business that enjoys working hard to create the best high-fashion sewing patterns in the world. All of their products are designed and produced in the USA.

Trudy does the designing, pattern drafting and all of the creative stuff.  She's been in the garment trade for a long time, and is just a little bit obsessed with fashion.  Jeremy is the brains of the outfit; he deals with the business side, as well as keeping an eye on the production schedule. Trudy & Jeremy work with a small team of helpers, or Folding Fairies as they like to be called, plus random sample makers, and pattern testers.
...Info is from the HotPatterns website

I've followed HotPatterns from their inception. I love that they have always interpreted the latest fashions and made them into patterns for the home sewist. I own quite a few of them in my own pattern collection. The patterns are very popular since there are over a 1000 reviews of them on PatternReview.


The Giveaway ~
The HotPatterns team is offering one pdf pattern of your choice from their pdf pattern selection, click here for USA/Canada & Mexico and here for the rest of the world. All you have to do is leave a comment on this blog post only by Monday, September 11th at 11:59pm EST, stating which pattern you'd like to win and why. Responses left on bloglovin' won't be included! This giveaway is open to all my blog readers. I will be announcing the winner of the pattern on Monday, September 25th.


Good luck and Happy National Sewing Month!




102 comments:

  1. I would love to try a hot pattern! I had one from their first year - 2005 but it was lost during a move before I actually sewed the dress. Thanks for hosting, Carolyn!

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  2. I apologize if I comment twice- my browser hijacked- I was saying I'd choose 1186 woven t shirt and dress as it looks like a comfortable style with a flattering shape for me. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  3. I like the Marrakesh pants. They look like they would be very comfy. My pants are either dress slacks or jeans, nothing like these. This pattern co has patterns for clothes I would wear.
    Baa

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  4. I've only ever bought one HP-pattern, would love to try the Fast & Fabulous La Strada T-Shirt.

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  5. I've never tried Hot Patterns. I really like the Riviera Cote d'Azur dress. It looks like it would be a very useful style and flattering, too.

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  6. I've never tried them either, but I've certainly looked. Hard to choose one, but have picked HP 1211 Weekender Swingy Sweatshirt & Sweaterdress - looks cool!

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  7. I have used Hot Patterns before and loved it!

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  8. I am so in need of the Weekender Chameleon dress. Slouchy for the weekend and elegance in shiny, draping fabric for the evening. Fitting around the bust to show off my figure and loose around the waist so I can have pudding too. What more could a girl want.

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  9. Love this blog--I'd make Xanadu Soft Jacket, HP 1219 as I'm just learning to make and line jackets and this one looks fabulous....

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  10. What a great selection of patterns they have. I would choose the HP 1210 A4 download Fast & Fabulous Draped Blouses.

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  11. Love their patterns and your blog! very inspiring and uplifting. I would love the HP1151 Lantern skirt

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  12. I really love the look of the Fast & Fabulous La Strada T-Shirt. I think it will suit my larger hips and tummy, and I love the on-line tutorial. I have the perfect patterned rayon to make it in

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  13. I bought a skirt in Italy similar to the lantern skirt. I'd love to have the pattern to make my own versions.

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  14. Thanks for the giveaway! I've had such good luck with the F&F Shirttail T pattern that I'm thinking I'd like to try the new Plain & Simple Tailored T's pattern. I'm torn, though, because I also saw a stunning Nani Iro version of the Wong-Singh-Jones Sakura Bomber Jacket on Instagram the other day and now I can't get that out of my head.

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  15. I would choose the Wong-Singh-Jones Madame Butterfly Wrap Dress. So pretty & looks very flattering.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  16. Might Morphin' Cardigan Jacket. I have a gap in my patterns, and that would fill it nicely. Thanks :)

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  17. 1197, slim bootcut jeans, looks great!

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  18. I would Luke the plain and simple scooter jacket. Fall is approaching and I think this would be a good looking item to make to have ready for its arrival.

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  19. I would like the Milano Dolman T. This is from the Fast & Fabulous collection, and I've grown tired of fiddling with fussy patterns. I have a couple of ready to wear Ts with a rushed hip band, and I really like that look - loose top, tight hip. I've been eyeing hotpatterns for a while, but I've been timid about jumping onto their bandwagon. $15 to $20 is fine for a pattern I'm confident about, but a bit stiff for the first try.

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  20. I hadn't looked at Hot Patterns for a long time since I don't do much garment sewing anymore. Now I can't make up my mind which one I'd love to win. Guess I'll go with HP 1169. Might have to order some others too.

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  21. I have a couple of free Hot Patterns in my collection, but haven't tried them yet. I'd love to try the Madame Butterfly Wrap Dress (1204).

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  22. I'd like to try the HP Scooter Jacket. I haven't made anything with raglan sleeves in a long time.

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  23. I would love to try the skinny boot cut jeans. I've made 2 of their other jeans patterns. I've made several HP patterns thru the years

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  24. I'd love to win the HotPatterns giveaway----I'd make the Fast and Fabulous Tummy Taming Trousers! The fact that they have a tailored look (which is my comfort zone) and combine that with the comfort of pajamas means I'm all in!

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  25. I would love to try the Weekender Chameleon Dress. The name is intriguing and the design looks like it would fit my shape to accent my assets and minimize what I want to hide. Thank you for the giveaway.
    Sandra

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  26. I'm a relatively new garment sewer and would like a chance to try out the a-line and pencil skirt pattern - it's looks like it would be a great staple in the wardrobe. I've enjoyed reading your posts, thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  27. I love the Whats new Pussycat blouse. I have wanted to make a blouse like that for a while now.

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  28. I would love win hp1121 Riviera Cote D' Azur Knit Dress, Tunic & Top, but I am drawn to the la strada t shirt and the fast & fabulous tummy taming trousers too!

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  29. What a generous offer! I really like the Weekender Daytona Hoodies

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  30. I'd love the Rothko faux wrap skirt. I love the style lines and it really does resemble a Rothko piece of art.

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  31. I would love to win the HP 1169 Classix Nouveau Refined Peasant Blouse. It looks like a great addition to my fall wardrobe.

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  32. I'm entering. I see all these people winning. I think it's my turn. LOL Thanks for the opportuniy

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  33. 1201 Fast & Fabulous Montpelier Dress, pretty please! Thank you, Hot Patterns and Carolyn!

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  34. Thanks for the great giveaway! Now for the hard part, choosing just one pattern. Well the Wong-Singh-Jones Sakurn bomber jacket has to be my pick for the unique styling. Thanks again!

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  35. I was just looking at the Riviera Côte D'azure dress / tunic pattern this AM, would love to make that dress!

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  36. Weekender Cargo Pants would be perfect for Fall and Winter. Thank You for offering this giveaway Carolyn and Hot Patterns!

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  37. Thanks for the offer! I would LOVE to have the HP 1221 Plain & Simple Tailored T's. HotPatterns patterns fit me really well, often with no alterations. I feel casually stylish in her clothes, and I find that many of my TNT patterns are from there.

    The Plain & Simple Tailored Tees appeal to me because the side panels and Dior darts may mean I don't need a FBA or, if I do, will make it easier. And the 2 piece sleeves will make hefty biceps alterations, if necessary, easier.

    Thanks again for making this giveaway offer!

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  38. What a great offer! I think I would want HP 1187 Classix Nouveau Camera-Ready Culottes. It's actually one I DONT have! I've been collecting and not sewing them. :-/

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  39. One of the first garments that I sewed was a Hot Patterns dress. I still love it.

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  40. Wow -- what a great giveaway!
    I would probably go for 1170 - Fast and Fabulous Blouse-Back T
    Thanks for making these giveaways possible!

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  41. HP1171 Classix Nouveau, What's New Pussycat blouse. Why? Because I have searched for a pattern with front and back yokes for more than 20 years and finally, here it is! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  42. The weekender chameleon dress would be great to travel this fall.

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  43. I really love the Fast & Fabulous La Strada T-Shirt.

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  44. I would love to make, HP 1185, Three piece Sweet Jacket, Tank & Scarf. I'm going out of state for a wedding later this year and I need some dressier clothes. Thanks for the chance to win a pattern

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  45. wowee I would love the HP 1187 A4 download Classix Nouveau Camera-Ready Culottes, Thanks! :)

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  46. I would love to try Hp1121 dress and knit tops :)

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  47. I like 1195 Simple Scooter jacket, has a dressy bomber feel to it!

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  48. Oooo, I am torn! I have wanted the Weekender Boyfriend Jeans for a while now but I have been planning to make a hoodie for my grand daughter and the Daytona Hoodie would be perfect. Selfish sewing or a hoodie for the princess???????? :-)

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  49. I would like 1216, a T with a bit more!
    Looks like a quick make too so would be perfect for me.

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  50. This is a hard decision! I like the Metropolitan Fontaine Cardigan Jacket as it is something different from current items in my wardrobe. I've been waiting for them to put out the fall capsule... I can't wait!

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  51. The Jetsetter poncho - because I don't have anything like that in my pattern stash.

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  52. Thanks to you and HotPatterns for the opportunity to win! I love them all but I would like to make the pussybow shirt or the tummy taming trousers...or ok I love them all.

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  53. Thank you for this opportunity! I love so many of the patterns, but the Diorella t-shirt will really fit my life style. Those neck pleats are darling, and I have a feeling they will help with fitting my uber-busty figure.

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  54. What a great giveaway, thank you! The Weekender Swingy Sweatshirt and Sweater Dress would be my choice...it looks so snuggly for cool weather.

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  55. The Athleisure Sunday Morning Sweatpants are what caught my eye. I'd love to make them.

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  56. Happy National Sewing Month!
    I've heard many good things about the Primavera dress and it looks like there are many options included.
    Thank you for hosting!

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  57. I'd totally chose the HP 1214 Fast & Fabulous Milano Dolman T's as I love that style. I wish Trudy made all of her designs available as PDFs.

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  58. I love their creative skirt styles. Otherwise so hard to find skirts beyond basic. So I'd choose Deco Vibe Swallowtail Skirt.

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  59. The skinny bootcut pant pattern for sure. I used to wear jeans that looked like these in the 80's and it's my favourite cut from all the decades of changes I've lived (and sometimes suffered) through.

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  60. My favorite skirt pattern is a free one from Hot Patterns. They have such cool designs! I love the HP1204 Madame Butterfly dress, but the HP1221 Plain and Simple Tailored T pattern would be more practical right now.

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  61. Cote D Azur - I have so many knits - this is versatile enough to work through my stash

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  62. Hiya Carolyn, thanks for posting this! I've sewn HotPAtterns dresses, would love to try the Riviera Cote d'Azur

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  63. Love the simple scooter jacket - could be embellished and made into a fun coat!!!

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  64. I'm a big HP fan - and I really want to try the new tailored tee or the even newer birthday blouse!

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  65. Riviera Cote D' Azur Knit Dress, Tunic & Top Would be the pattern of my choice. This looks so versatile.

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  66. Love the birthday blouse! Even better because it is my birthday this weekend!!

    Janice in Southeastern, WI

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  67. Weekender chameleon dress would be my pattern choice - chic, easy to sew and easy to wear. The butterfly wrap dress is a close second.

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  68. I would love the HP 1192 Metropolitan Chimera Cardigan-Jacket-Vest. It looks like it would be perfect with jeans.

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  69. I'd love to try the weekender utility pants. The front seam intrigues me - I don't think I've ever hand a pair of pants with this feature

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  70. I love to try the Fast & Fabulous Tummy-Taming Trousers,

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  71. I've had my eye on the Fast & Fabulous La Strada T-Shirt for a long time. I would love to win this one :)

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  72. I have had great success with their pants, but would love to try the Sakura Bomber jacket!

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  73. It's been ages since I checked the Hot Patterns website, I don't know why, there is so much great stuff! I'm obsessed with finding out how the Metropolitan Jermyn Street Shirtdress works so that would be my pick.

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  74. Okay you convinced me to leave a post for a HP Pattern. If I won I would want the HP1172 Wong-Singh-Jones Sakura Bomber Jacket. This bomber jacket is a little different from most as I like the neckline on this one as well as inseam pockets and can use a variety of fabrics.

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  75. Would love to win a Hot Patterns pattern!! I would choose #1158 Fast and Fabulous tailored track pants.

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  76. Feeling lucky! ...but crossing fingers just in case. ;-)

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  77. I've been eyeing all the great versions of the Plain and simple tailored tees!

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  78. Hi Carolyn and thanks for hosting this giveaway. It would be wonderful to try Hot Patterns - I have no idea which one I'd choose as there are lots that look like something I would like in my wardrobe.

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  79. Fast and Fabulous Slim trousers or tanks would be my pick. Or maybe the pussy bow blouse, but I have a similar pattern already...

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  80. Hi Carolyn.Thank you for always inspiring me :). I would love to win the pussy bow blouse!

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  81. My choice would be the metropolitan urban gypsy blouse as it's been on my wish list for ages for myself but my kids sewing keeps getting in the way! 😁

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  82. When I grow up, I want to sew just like you! I love your blog and what you are doing for the sewing community! And, of course I'd love you win a pattern. Keep up the work.

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  83. Thanks for all your lovely posts. I would love to receive the poncho pattern. Have never had one and think it would be fun to wear.
    Laura

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  84. Fast & Fabulous Blouse Back T is one of the patterns I have been coveting for a while now. Thanks for writing.... I really enjoy your posts!

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  85. Oh, the choices! I think I would choose the Deco Vibe Swallowtail Skirt. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  86. I love the shirt-tail T. I've made it nine times and I'm wearing it now! I'd love to try the plain and simple relaxed T.

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  87. Oh what the heck, count me in! :)

    Happy Nat'l Sewing Month!

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  88. Thank You for the opportunity. I like most the 1198 or 1167.

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  89. The sakura bomber jacket caught my eye. Awesome giveaway.

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  90. I've made a couple of Hot Patterns and love their style. They ru a bit big and I need to move the bust darts up but apart from that I'm good to go!!

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  91. Would love to try the Hot Patterns, thanks for sharing the opportunity! The one I like best is 1204. Would be absolutely fabulous to win it!

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  92. A great opportunity to try an independent company!

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  93. I love the Wong Singh-Jones butterfly wrap dress. It looks so light and flowy and I live in dresses!

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  94. It's so hard to choose a pattern - mainly because I already own nearly all of them. I'm a mad keen lover of Hot Patterns, in fact I just bought the new Birthday Blouse pattern this afternoon and can't wait to sew it up. However, I have had my eye on the Fast and Fabulous Tailored Trackpants for a while but haven't pulled the trigger for some reason. So, that would be the pattern I would choose if I were lucky enough to win. Thank you for your generous giveaway! <3

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  95. Those pull-on palazzo pants look fun!

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  96. I'm been a fan of Hot Patterns since the beginning! I love how Trudy has designed designer inspired sewing patterns for the everyday sewing enthusiast . I would love to win any one of the beautiful Hot Pattern!

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  97. I'm a tunic kind of girl. Would love to win the Weekender St Bart's tunic pattern.

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  98. Ooh, I love Hot Patterns! They have great designs - thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  99. Thanks for all of your interesting posts so far this month. I would love to try HP 1185 -- the jacket with the open back has me slightly obsessed right now. OK, I'm completely obsessed with it.

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  100. I would love to try hot patterns and win Plain & Simple Scooter Jacket & Car Coat. Looks like a perfect match for making a ted baker jacket I've been thinking of.

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