Mon Apollon contest

Mon Apollon contest

Today, we launched I AM APOLLON for men, our first menswear sewing pattern. To celebrate the launch of this new pattern and the upcoming launch of the I AM A MAN collection in February, I AM is also organising a Valentine’s day competition. 

I AM Apollon is the staple of any modern wardrobe. It is elegant and timeless. For the past 3 years we have seen quite a few of those on social media. What is the best about this? Well, they are all truly unique and they\'re made to your preferences. All of you who have sewn it have enjoyed it so it was about time to launch a men\'s version.

So, to celebrate the launch of our I AM Apollon for men sewing pattern we thought we would organise a little competition on social media (Instagram and Facebook). We have based it around Valentine\'s day but everyone can take part and gift the sweatshirt they will make to whomever they want.

So without further ado here is how it works:

THE MECHANICS:

The idea is simple and everyone can participate:

Sew an Apollon sweatshirt (from the men or women pattern)

Gift it to your partner or someone close to your heart

Post a photo of the sweatshirt on social and tag:

@iam_patterns and #monapollon

THE CATEGORIES:

We will draw one winner randomly for each of the 3 following categories:

Solo

Post a picture of the Apollon you have sewn.

Duo

If you have got one as well, post a picture with both your Apollons.

Get creative

Customise Apollon to make it truly special and show us on social.

 

THE PRIZES:

Each category winner will receive the 3 upcoming pdf patterns of the I AM A MAN collection launching in February and a gift voucher of 50€ at Ma Petite Mercerie.

The winners will be drawn at random on 21st February and announced on 22nd February.

 

THE PATTERNS

If you do not have your pattern yet here are the links:

WOMEN MEN DUO - MEN AND WOMEN

INSPIRATION:

We are looking forward to seeing all your lovely makes pop up on Instagram and Facebook.

Here is a bit of inspiration with some of our Apollons...

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