The Great British Sewing Bee: Sew Your Own Wardrobe Winners!

The Great British Sewing Bee: Sew Your Own Wardrobe Winners!

The Great British Sewing Bee: Sew Your Own Wardrobe Winners!

March 18, 2014 | Giveaway, Reads | 2 Comments

You guys! I have been blown away by the amount of entries for this giveaway in the comments below, over on Twitter and on the Made Peachy Facebook page. It has taken me so long to collect together all the entries and to add them into the pot to draw out the winner. But, you’ll be pleased to hear, the time has come to finally announce the winner!

The Great British Sewing Bee: Sew Your Own Wardrobe Made PeachyCONGRATULATIONS TO…

Shona Johnstone
Jodie Gould
Hettie

Please email over your UK postal addresses and we can get this copies on their merry way to you!

The Great British Sewing Bee: Sew Your Own Wardrobe Made PeachyWhat I would love is to be able to give all you guys who entered a copy of this rad book, then tell you to grab your sewing machines and come on over and we’ll have ourselves a Sewing Bee party. Sadly, that’s not going to happen, not least because I don’t have enough space in my home for all y’all…never mind enough plug sockets to fire up all those sewing machine! But, I hope you’ll appreciate the sentiment.
The Great British Sewing Bee - Sew Your Own Wardrobe - Q4144But, if you didn’t win this time, why not take up this Special Discount Offer to get your own copy today? Readers of Made Peachy can buy The Great British Sewing Bee: Sew Your Own Wardrobe at the special price of £20 (normally £25), with free UK p&p. To order call 01256 302699 quoting reference 9ZO.

Now, if you’re heading to the Sewing For Pleasure show at the NEC this week – be sure to swing in past The Vilene Sewing Club and say Hello!


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    Julie

    March 18, 2014

    Yay for the winners! I have to say, as a Canadian and therefore not a British person, i find it so cute that so many things in the UK are labelled as being ‘The Great British (something)’ . Such lovely national pride!

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      MadePeachy

      March 19, 2014

      Julie, Weirdly p I;’d never noticed just how much the term ‘Great British’ is used until you mentioned it – and I love it…if a Scot can say that! 😉


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