GIVEAWAY: Bridget & Lucy Ruffle Joy Kit


Are you ready? This week we have a to-die-for giveaway for anyone with a girlie-girl in their life.

When we came across Bridget & Lucy at Quilt Market last May, we had to introduce ourselves to Megan! I mean, look at this booth! How could we tear ourselves away!?! Plus, she seems pretty nice, right?

She and her mom create A-DOR-ABLE skirt patterns and also assemble complete kits with the cutest collections of fabric, all ready to be sewn up by you! This Fall, I have to get Clare in one of these sweet skirts with her little Black pleather H&M jacket from Jaime! Texas Summer, go away!

Here’s what they have to say about their fantastic kits…
Does your little girl have a serious ruffle obsession? Then this is the skirt for her. Our fabric-based skirt is stacked with layers of ruffles in different colors and designs. And thats not all. The drop waist features a ribbon embellishment with a flower, a button, or whatever cute item catches our eye! This skirt is a must-have for every little princess.
Each kit comes with the base fabric shown in the picture and an assortment of jelly rolls (fabric strips) from the picture. EACH KIT IS UNIQUE! That’s part of the excitement! Again, the base fabric will be what is shown, the fabric strips will be an assortment of the ones pictured. You also receive coordinating ribbon for the drop waist, a tulle poof for embellishment, tulle for the bottom ruffle and non roll elastic for the waist.
Every kit includes enough fabric for the largest size with a cutting chart on the pattern to customize it to the size you are sewing. We have measurements for a size 1 – size 5. A size 1 fits a one to two year old, a size 2 fits a 2 to three year old, etc.

This week, Bridget & Lucy is giving away their Paper Dolls and Preppy Stripes Ruffle Joy Kit to one lucky Prudent Baby Reader.

MS. PREPPY PREPSTER WITH A LITTLE SASSAFRAS! THIS ADORABLE FABRIC COMBO HAS A BASE OF BRIGHT COLORED STRIPES WITH COORDINATING FABRICS IN BOLD COLORS AND FABRIC PATTERNS – I LOVE THIS ONE! A LIME GREEN POLKA DOT RIBBON, GREEN TULLE POOF AND GREEN TULLE FOR THE BOTTOM RUFFLE COMPLETES THIS PERFECT KIT.

To enter this giveaway, head on over to Bridget & Lucy and have a look. Come back and tell us which kit theme is your fav, and since Megan (the one with the gorgeous smile above) runs this business with her mom, tell us if you think you could work with a family member, who it is and what you would do together. I cannot lie, my favorite kit is Paper Dolls and Preppy Stripes, the very one that we are giving away! As for working with a family member, I can come up with a few but I always have thought it would be fun to do something with my Sister-In-Law, she has mad saw skills, can weld, and has a great eye. Maybe we would create a line of modern planters. HA! I don’t know. So how about you? Which kit is your fav and who could you work with in your crazy fam?

Also, share the giveaway on facebook by clicking “like” below, or tweet the giveaway, then leave another comment each time letting us know for an additional entry. Come back every day for a new entry. Entries will close at midnight September 7th and a winner will be randomly selected. ENTER AWAY!

You can also find information about bridget&lucy at http://www.bridgetandlucy.com/our-story

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221 Comments

Mel

My littlest girlie would love these! I think she would pick the Purple Mosaic.

As for working with a family member, I don't think I could do it!

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Mary Ann

The purple mosaic kit is amazingly adorable (if I really had to pick one). They're all really cute!!! As for a family member, I'd probably pick my little sister or mother to help me on sewing related projects…since their apt to have a little more skills in that department than others. They help me design girl's outfits now. I value their eye for style.

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cristina

It's hard to pick just one! The Pink Ruffle Joy Kit is amazing, though. My baby girl would adore this skirt and I love that I would be the one making it, but with their help!

I would love working with family! Me + mom-in-law & sis-in-laws = great prudent mama stuff, let me tell you! Tutu's, hairbows, covering kitchen chairs and just today we got an amazing used door to re-purpose for a new headboard for me and hubby. Can't wait to post a pic for ya! Those girls inspire me and always help me figure things out.

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felicia

My fav is definitely Paper Dolls and Preppy Stripes. I would love to work with my sister and my sister-in-law. We are all creative in different ways so a collaboration would be fun

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spete1981

I love the mosaic purple kit, its so cute! My 3 year old would die for a skirt like this!

I think i could work with my sister. We have similar personalities and she would probably be the least annoying person in my family. haha.

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Mel

Well I have to say little one's can never have too much zebra print in their wardrobe, so it's the cherries, zebra's and flowers ruffle joy kit that get's my pick…even though I think I'd love to make all of them. If I could work with a family member, I think I'd love to work with my cousin, I've got the creative talent but she has the budget skills…something I just get lost in!

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Camille

Favorite theme: cherries, zebras, & flowers!

I could probably work with my brothers. They have this dream of starting up a dinner theater, ha! But they're business savy and chill.

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El

Pink Ruffle Joy is my favorite but they are all soooo cute! I would actually love to work with my husband even though most people warn against that – we would have so much fun.

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andrea.d

I'm digging the Paper Dolls and Preppy Stripes kit! My little gal alternates between tomboy and girly-girl, and I know she'd love this skirt. I would love to make it!

I think it would be great to run a crafty biz with my sister. Her great taste would temper my kitsch leanings!

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CaraMagic

How to choose?!? They are all adorable…Pink Ruffle Joy kit…yes.
I currently work with my husband, it works out just fine. Someday, I would love to work with my daughter. She is only 4 now, so of course we get along great, haha!

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jessica

I have to say that the "Pink ruffle joy" kit really caught my eye. I love red and pink combos, which I realize is not a common thing. Kind of like how some people can pair grey and brown together, or teal and sea green. Whatever floats your boat. Mine is on a sea of PINK and RED.

I would DEFIANTLY work with my husband. I married him because I love being around him so much, plus he has the marketing brains of our family.

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