100 Followers! (and a Giveaway)

This past months my blog statistic have gone through the roof, and my followers have grown in a remarkable speed. I give credit to The American Duchess and The Dreamstress‘es The Historical Sew Fortnightly for this increase in visitors and followers.

And yesterday I reached 100 followers!


Omg, That is a lot. Thank you all for taking the time to read and coment on my trival sewing adventures.

As a celibration I figured I do a Giveaway.

I’ve been wanting to do one for quite a while, but haven’t had a good reason to. But I do think this will be the perfect oportunity.

What is in the pott:

A pair of 18th century light coloured mittens, which I will make and send to the winner for free. (You can read more about my mittens here.)mittens(They won’t be 100% accuarate, but I will use natural fibers and sew them by hand at the best of my skills)

How it will work:

Everyone who wishes to join the poll should coment on this post.

Make sure to tell me: What size of hands/wrists you wish to get (S/M or L/XL) (for referene: I wear a size S/M in the picture). For obvious reasons I can’t garantee a perfect fit, but the mittens will be a bit stretchy and forms to the hands and wrists.

You should also tell me what colour you would prefer the decorative stiches to have. ex light blue, dark brown etc. (I give no garantees on exact coulor match, but will do my best).

The neties will be open for one week – To give everyone a chanse to participate.

I will then draw a name at random to be the Winner, who I will anounce the day after the poll closes.

I will then start making the mittens and send them to the Winner – no later then two weeks after He/She is anounced.

God luck to everyone!

16 thoughts on “100 Followers! (and a Giveaway)

  1. congrats on the 100 followers! I love reading your blog. I have a L/XL some sort of pale colour (blue, lavender, green) for the stitching would be lovely.

  2. Wow, Asa, I’m so proud that your blog has gotten so many followers! I hope to one day have as many as you, and also reward my followers with such a lovely gift (: I have a s/m hand, and you can use whatever decorative color you have on hand! I trust your good taste!

  3. Wow, thank you for this chance of getting a pair of mittens. I have small hands, but my wrists are bigger, so I’ll go for a L/XL, and I like blue and purple in almost any shades.

  4. I’ve been enjoying your blog, and yes I did find it through the Historical Sew Fortnightly. I’m not sure on my hand size, but I take M in dishwashing gloves so we’ll go with that. As far as colour of embroidery, I’d go with either lilac, muted teal or mid-grey.

  5. I love reading the blog and looking at the wonderful pictures. SO inspiring, though i fear I will never be able to make all the lovely outfits you do! I would love to have some cream or off white mittens in size s/m with green stitching. I have planned a dress with green stripes. Thanks!

  6. Yay! I’m glad the HSF is raising your readership (I’m sure it also has a LOT to do with the fact that you make gorgeous stuff too!) and I would ADORE a pair of your mitts. I have S/M hands, and think light blue contrast work would look spiffing!

  7. Hi
    I have been reading your blog for a while now, and it always inspires me in my own costuming. I am currently making a regency dress in pale blue and turquoise, so it would be fun to win and have the mitts to match 🙂 I’m probably a size l/xl.

  8. Hi!! I love you blog. I DREAM of being able to sew half as well as you!! I am probably a m/l (sadly not a thing haha) so I guess will go with s/m. Also green is my favorite color and the color of nature. Thus matching everything.

  9. Count me in from the HSF followers! I really admire your work, it’s very inspiring! (I would be a s/m and I’d prefer blue or green in any shade :D) I hope I have the chance to do something similar in the future!

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