February 7th marked the 150th birthday of Laura Ingalls Wilder (and February 13th marked the 160th birthday of her husband Almanzo). To take a little time to remember my childhood hero’s special birthday I temporarily set aside a couple of upcoming Renaissance projects, re-read “The Long Winter” (my favorite book of the Little House Series), and began drafting a couple of new patterns designed to complement the story. If you have been following my Facebook posts, you undoubtedly have been seeing the sneak peaks of my “Long Winter” coat and hood set as well as my bright red “Under Flannels” (more commonly know today as a union suit). I have bigger plans for these “Long Winter” projects, but in the meantime they will be showing up on Pixie Faire in the next few weeks as individual patterns.
Celebrating 5 years and 30 Patterns With Keepers Dolly Duds Designs!!
It’s hard to believe that Eve and I began this adventure five years ago this March… and yet I feel as though we have been friends forever! I would like to invite you to come celebrate with us this first week in March with here annual anniversary sale. Enjoy 50% OFF all PDF Patterns from March 1st – March 7th! Eve’s patterns are available exclusively through Keepers Dolly Duds, click on the banner to be directed to her Etsy shop.
To Michelle, Penny, and Victoria for winning the random drawing for the Cameo packages; to Rebecca and Marge for winning the random drawing for the Mary and Laura and Carrie printed patterns; and to Dinah for winning the random drawing for the Mary and Laura and Carrie printed patterns and kits! Thanks to everyone who celebrated Laura Ingalls Wilder’s birthday with me by leaving a memorable comment.
i can’t wait for the new patterns!
Thank you for the great patterns and contests. Looking forward to the sale!
I can’t wait for the long winter coat pattern! Beautiful!
Thanks so much for the great patterns. I made a new outfit for Kirsten using your Prairie Rose pattern to remember Laura! Looking forward to the new ones.
Congratulations to Dinah, Rebecca, Michelle, Penny and Victoria and a huge thanks to you, Shari, for the amazing Mary & Laura & Carrie patterns that I received today. They are simply beautiful works of art and I enjoyed sharing the history included on the inside covers w/my hubby, especially the fact that Carrie’s husband and step-son were involved with Mount Rushmore. We visited there in 2007 and he took many photos; now we’ll be sure to look for Harold’s name if we make it back there again. I too enjoyed all the comments that were left commemorating Laura’s birthday last month.