Lela Pattern Giveaway from Green Bee

This Giveaway is now closed. The winner will be announced soon!

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So pleased to announce that today’s pattern giveaway is courtesy of one of our newest sponsors, Green Bee Patterns.

A paper copy of the Lela Tunic and Blouse pattern will go to one lucky commenter!

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Alexia wore her amazing knit Lela Tunic at Quilt Market last fall. Here she is with Michelle (who’s wearing another one of their patterns, the Frances dress):

Quilt Market Houston 2013

Lela can be made as a tunic or blouse, and works best in lightweight, flowy fabrics. Devon of Miss Make made this lovely version:

Miss Make Lela

I actually just cut out some fabric for my own Lela Blouse; I’m thinking color block for this one. Progress photos forthcoming.

Thanks for the pattern giveaway, Green Bee!

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Leave ONE comment on this post by TOMORROW at 8 AM EST (Thursday, April 17) for a chance to win a printed copy of the Lela pattern by Green Bee. One winner will be randomly selected, contacted via email for shipping information, and will receive the pattern by mail. Void where prohibited by law.

132 thoughts on “Lela Pattern Giveaway from Green Bee

  1. This is a great looking tunic. I can see how it would be very versatile. I would love to win the pattern.

  2. Hi Rae, Only recently found your blog, and I’m loving your tutorials, especially the ones for sewing with knits – really helpful. This seemed like the ideal post for my first comment – very gorgeous tunic; I’d love to make one! x Sam

  3. I love this pattern! I just discovered this company recently and I love the aesthetic of the patterns and fabric.

  4. This looks like it would be a great pattern to teach! Always looking for new patterns to suggest to my students!!! I always test the patterns out first too! (Then I HAVE to sew!!)

  5. I love Alexia’s version! I’m thinking a dress in rayon or a cotton ikat. I like how her version seems a bit oversized. Thanks so much for sharing! Heather 🙂

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