Trifecta Top Pattern Giveaway from Kitschy Coo

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

posted by jess

There’s another pattern up for grabs, folks! I know I sound a teensy bit like a broken record with all these giveaways, but I don’t hear anyone complaining, so on with the show!  It’s fun watching the Flickr Pool fill up, and we’ll be posting some roundups soon.

So pleased to tell you about Kitschy Coo’s brand new pattern, the Trifecta Top. Amanda is giving away one PDF copy of this fun and versatile pattern!
trifecta cover
Here’s a great variety of versions sewn up by Amanda’s testers:

trifecta testers
And Katie of Kadiddlehopper shared hers here:

katiekadiddle trifecta

Spring Top Sewalong 2014 is underway! Read more here; and add your photos to the Flickr Pool!

To be entered in the drawing, leave ONE comment on this post by TOMORROW at 10 PM EST (Tuesday, April 22). One winner will be randomly selected, contacted via email, and will receive a PDF copy of the Trifecta Top pattern from Kitschy Coo as a digital, downloadable pattern by email. Void where prohibited by law.

263 thoughts on “Trifecta Top Pattern Giveaway from Kitschy Coo

  1. What a great pattern, I’d love to win it! I’ve got some beautiful jerseys in my stash that are just waiting for the perfect pattern so they can see the light of day!

  2. What a versatile pattern! I love patterns you can make again and again in countless combinations and variations, and no one would ever know they’re from the same pattern.

  3. My next sewing challenge is learning to sew knits! The knits in the stores are too clingy, so I hope to make some that are just right. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

  4. I’ve had my eye on this pattern since it was released–it’s very high on my to-sew list. I love a pattern that has so many possibilities!

  5. That’s exactly the kind of pattern I’ve been looking for! Hope I win! Thanks for all the give-aways. So much fun!

  6. I’m loving all the variations that can be made, have never used a stretchy material so this would be a good place to start, fingers crossed…xxx

  7. Great versatile pattern! Something both my daughter and I would wear. Thanks for your sew a long.

  8. Ooo, I do love a good raglan shirt pattern! I’m thinking of a solid body with stripey sleeves =) Thanks again for the giveaways!

  9. I love the versatility of this pattern! Just the style I’ve wanted to add to my patterns to wear for myself!

  10. I think I could make a whole closet-full of this pattern and be really friggin’ happy. It’s definitely a Corey shirt – in all its iterations.

  11. So you’re telling me I don’t have to buy boring tops, and that I can make/design my own? Yes please! Thanks for great giveaway!

  12. I’ve seen this pattern pop up a lot lately. It looks like a winner. Love the v-neck version. Hope I win so I can make one.

  13. I love her patterns! I have the Lady Skater Dress and Penny Pinafore; both favorites of mine. Thanks

  14. Love this shirt. Have been wanting to get a raglan type pattern for myself for a while now. This is such a great option!

  15. This pattern is so up my alley, I just bought some French terry that would be perfect for the long sleeved, triangle, band

  16. Oh I would love to win this! I wanted it as soon as it came out but have a self imposed pattern buying ban – particularly on tops. Thanks for the giveaway, Rae.

  17. Ooh nice – sewing up a raglan t at the moment but I’m not 100% sure about the pattern I’ve used, might be nice to try another one…

  18. Really cute pattern, looks very versatile. I’d love to win and thank you for the chance!

  19. If I won this pattern I’d probably have to order some kitschy coo fabric to go with it. 🙂

  20. I think I’m too late for this (just like I was when it went on sale in Kitschy Coo’s shop!), but I’m trying anyway because I really want this!

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