Monday, January 27, 2014

Bringing bonnets back giveaway

 I've been having fun making bonnets out of left over fabrics these summer holidays.  The girls are loving walking down the street in them, because they get so many positive comments.  Also, they don't blow off in the wind, so they don't have to hang on to their hats!
 To celebrate the start of the school year (!), I'm giving away a bonnet.  The above bonnets are baby size.
Sideways bonnets- all size toddler/small child except the plain linen one, which is sized for an older child or adult.  Evie at 7 wears this size, and it fits Liv at 5 too.  All you have to do is comment on which one you like, or I'll custom make one for you.  I'll be making a few winter ones from blanket off cuts too, without the brim.  One extra entry for each share on blogs and various forms of social media (just come back and comment here again).  Good luck, I'll draw the winner at random on Monday 3rd of February


Jacqui Calvert said...

I like the one with chickens and the yellow visor part. These are too cute!

Anonymous said...

I've asked the resident expert who would be wearing the bonnet if we won and she has decided that her favourite one is the mushrooms. Thehy are all gorgeous though. I love vintage styles and the prcticalities of the outfits are equal to the beauty in my book. Pinafores that keep the under dress clean or bonnets to shade the head and stay on. What more can you ask for! :)

Kristy Anderson said...

We love all the bonnets, but especially the plain linen one. My girls aged 6 and 4 are both reading story books about Laura Inglis Wilder at the moment and walk around with silk squares on their heads pretending they are bonnets. I would love to have a real bonnet for them to wear. So beautiful and practical!