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Seasonal Sew Wardrobe, Spring 2016 Prize Update



We are so fortunate to have many sponsors of our Facebook Group this year. In fact, thanks to their generosity, we are able to add a second prize package to our Spring 2016 Seasonal Sew Wardrobe challenge! Please take a minute to check our our sponsors and support those who are supporting us.

Our first prize package will remain as stated when we began the challenge. One randomly chosen winner will receive the following:




Natures Fabrics Gift Voucher for $30





Named, 1 PDF pattern of your choice



Ralph Pink, 1 PDF pattern of your choice




Itch-to-stitch, 1 PDF pattern of your choice






Decades of Syle, 1 pattern of your choice



The second prize package will be a "Member's Choice" awarded to the qualifying participant who receives the most votes for his/her Wardrobe. The Member's Choice Voting Survey will be open to all members of the Sew Alongs & Sewing Contests Facebook Group from June 1st to June 8th, with the Member's Choice Winner being announced on June 10 2016. The Member's Choice winner will receive the following:





Craftsy One class of your choice







Pauline Alice, 1 PDF pattern of your choice




Peekaboo Patterns, 1 PDF pattern of your choice





Thread Theory, 1 PDF pattern of your choice








Fille A Maman, 1 PDF pattern of your choice



We have exactly 4 weeks left in our first Seasonal Sew Wardrobe challenge. How are you doing? 

Join the conversation at our Group's Facebook Page, Sew Alongs & Sewing Contests, and share what you are working on this week! 

Did you miss a previous Seasonal Sew Wardrobe Post? Catch up here:





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