B-Day Bash | Casey Skirt Giveaway

Tan Casey Skirt, Floral Brooks Blouse, Swedish Hasbeens

It’s Giveaway time, Ladies! What would a Birthday Bash be, if there weren’t gifts? Not everyone will get a gift, but today one lucky person will. I am giving away a bundle to make your very own Casey Skirt, identical to the sample I made for Jessica in the above photo. And that includes…

Giveaway, Casey Skirt Pattern, Kaufman Essex Linen Blend, Gutermann Thread, Zipper,

  • A PDF copy of the Casey Skirt Pattern
  • 3 yards of Kaufman Essex Linen Blend in Flax
  • One spool of Burgundy Top-stitching Thread
  • One 9″ Zipper

Linen Skirt, Top-stitching, Casey Skirt, Pockets

One note about the giveaway; you will get 5 entries if you purchase any Brijee Pattern (use coupon code BDAYBASH for 21% off!). I really didn’t want any of you missing out on the discount code in the hopes you would win the giveaway, so if you do win the giveaway and you did purchase the Casey Skirt Pattern, you will be refunded your purchase amount for the pattern.

The giveaway is open worldwide, and will end at 12:00 PM EST on July 31st. 

Have fun!

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Congratulations to Hannah for winning the giveaway!


Brigid E.

Author & Graphic Design: Brigid Everson | Casey Skirt Photography: Charlotte Boyer

35 thoughts on “B-Day Bash | Casey Skirt Giveaway”

  1. At this point, I’m regretting not having tested the pattern when I could 🙂 But I was short on time and my size had already been taken. So giveaway it is! And linen? Be still my heart!


  2. I am planning on making the Casey skirt out of an embroidered linen that I have had in my stash too long! Also hoping to make one in a nice lightweight denim for the fall. I want to use some fancy vintage buttons from my grandmothers to add the finishing touch to the waistband.


  3. Every time I see Jessica modeling that outfit I want to make up the shortsleeve version of Brooks blouse!
    I already have at least two planned in my head with a possible third!


  4. This sounds like a fun giveaway! I entered!
    Linen sounds like a good fabric for the casey skirt. I think a nice Chambray would work too.
    I LOVE those pockets!


  5. The giveaway has begun! I for one cannot wait to see who will be the lucky winner!
    And a happy (late) birthday to you lovely lady!


  6. I would love to make a Casey Skirt with either lightweight chambray or a linen… my summers and winters are spent wearing linen so it would be a staple year round!!! Can’t wait to make both of these patterns– you have done such an amazing job, Brigid!!


  7. Brigid- I am constantly amazed by your beautiful attention to detail, and eye for style. This skirt is one of the most beautiful pieces of clothing I have seen, from it’s perfect wide waist band, to the flattering box pleats. You are truly an artist!


  8. I like the look of the linen and velvet, not sure what I want to try first, but I’m interested a see it with varying drapes.


  9. I would love to make the Casey skirt in a gorgeous plaid, and in the linen too of course! I can imagine so many possibilities for this skirt! Thanks for this wonderful giveaway! ❤


  10. I have a lovely grey chambray with tiny rainbow specks languishing I my stash that would be perfect for this. 😍😍😍


  11. I’d love to made it up in a wool for the winter or a linen for summer… this skirt looks so versatile and I’d love to make it before I go to college this fall!


  12. Ooo, I love the chance to win this! I don’t have a lot of sewing experience, but I think a bit heavier weight fabric in brown or sage/army green would make this a nice winter staple.


  13. I love the pockets on this skirt! And I think would probably make it in linen, or else in Seasalt fabric. Thank you for the opportunity to enter 🙂


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