Upcycled Baby Sweater Giveaway.

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If you are stopping over from The SewMama Sew Giveaway page and it’s your first time here, welcome to Sew Country Chick! Sewing, crafting,vintage decorating, and country living are what we do around here!
I’m Justine, mom, designer and sewist.
Well, I’m sure you are anxious to get to the giveaway so here it is:
An upcycled baby/toddler sweater I made from two sweaters with a little birdie applique for my Etsy shop, Country Chick Couture.
This sweater is valued at 40$ and today I am giving it away to one lucky winner!
It is a size 1 to 2 years. My toddler has a few I made her. They still fit her at two and a half. She has been wearing hers’ since she was about 9 months old.
The sweater can be machine washed on cold on the delicate cycle you don’t put it in the dryer because even though it was pre shrunk it will shrink more.

Good Luck!
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This Giveaway ends Friday December 16.
Now for a really special surprise!
Visit my other giveaway which is going on here for a chance to win this Shabby Apple Dress.The Shabby Apple Giveaway closes Tuesday night.


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  1. Brooke says

    This would be just the right size for my 17 month old!
    I like your tutorial on customizing a dress form. 🙂
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

  2. OakRose Mama says

    This sweater is so cute 🙂 Its not a tutorial per se, but I did enjoy your post about feedsacks since I have made feedsack dresses and am amassing a collection of feedsacks!

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  4. Beth says

    Cute sweater! I lov eyour color combinations!

  5. Deb says

    I have a co-worker that just had a little girl… it would make a great gift!

  6. Stephanie and Carlos says

    Look at that!! only a little girl could pull that off… I mean wear it and do it justice!!

    xo Steph

  7. Laura Lane says

    Oh, that is really cute. My girlfriend’s little girl would look sweet in it.

  8. Susan says

    I love your sewing nook remodel…gave me inspiration to redo my area. Also love your memory game cards, your child’s apron, oh, so many!
    mcintoshsusan at hotmail dot com

  9. Skooks says

    Oh how sweet! I know a few little girls who could use a sweater like this!

  10. Anonymous says

    This is a great little sweater and I have a niece that has 2 baby girls and they could both wear it, one as a hand-me-down when the first one outgrows it!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!


  11. Anonymous says

    All your tutorials are interesting. I especially liked the ones where you showed how you made the sweater you are giving us, the flea market cart insert, & how to tell if eggs are fresh!!

    Thanks, again, for the great giveaway!


  12. Laura says

    I love the petaled fabric flower but the peach cobbler looks awfully tempting!

  13. Sis-O says

    Sweet sweater. I am amazed at how ingenious people are.

    skowens (at) sbcglobal (dot) com

  14. Sis-O says

    I read the tut about the house dress that talked about horsehair in hems. Love the beautiful wedding dress you made and the sweet dress (last pic on that tutorial). I really want to branch out from quilts and pillows to sewing clothing from a pattern. Fear factor.

    skowens (at) sbcglobal (dot) com

  15. Craftgirl83 says

    This is cute! I like the tutorial for the baby pants made from sweater sleeves, that’s a great idea!

  16. jruminski says

    Beautiful sweater, my 2 1/2 year old loves handmade clothes! I love the color choices too.

    jamieruminski at gmail dot com