Skip to main content

And the winner is...

Congratulations, Shannon!
She won $25.00 a month for one year to spend on fabric at Fabric Mart (worth $300!) Plus! She will become a Fabricista on our blog, posting once a month and receive a Julie's Picks Membership!




Second Place: 
Congratulations, Diane!
She won a $100 Gift Certificate and a Julie's Picks Membership. 



Third Place: 
Congratulations, Kathy!
She won a $50 Gift Certificate and Julie's Picks Membership.


Thank you to all of our participants!
 We cannot thank you enough for all of your hard work and creativity in our challenge.
It has been such a hard decision! Everyone was so wonderful!


Visit the blog on Saturday to join Julie in a jacket sew-along using our cozy polar fleece!

Comments

  1. Congrats to Shannon and the runners up! Very fun to watch this competition, thanks!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Congrats everyone! I've been cheering you all on! :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. Congrats to Shannon! That top was just killer! All of the contestants did a great job and should be proud!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thanks again for hosting this challenge! I hope you will continue to host others in the future. A big shout out to all the contestants. You gals rock and are super talented! Everyone was so supportive of one another and cheered each other on during the weeks. We are all winners!! :)

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Thanks for leaving a comment! All comments are reviewed before posting to help us eliminate spam. Your comment will be posted within 24 hours.

Popular Posts You Might Like

Made By A Fabricista: Speaking My Truth

Happy Saturday All! In these unsettling times, I hug my children a little tighter, spend quality time embracing them, and cherish every moment even more. This pandemic has allowed me to appreciate deep conversations about racial injustice, police brutality, and their feelings about growing up black.
My daughter Arielle, a happy go lucky child, shuns away as she is always being questioned about her race and which box she checks off on an application. She hates the fact that she is consistently asked by her peers and teachers at school if she is biracial, Hispanic, or Black. She has often times questioned her own identity, yet she gladly responds to anyone who asks, “ I am black and I am a part of the human race”.

My son despises the news media (especially social media) and doesn't watch it at all. The death of his older brother and guns triggers a fear that we pray he overcomes. Over the past few weeks, I have read some of the most unreal remarks and comments about "all lives ma…

Made by a Fabricista: Summer Time Blues

Hello again and happy July!  In April, I started sewing a work wardrobe in red and black, and I decided to expand that work wardrobe to include blue and white.  I just love the combination of blue and white especially in the summer!  For my work wardrobe, I want fabrics that do not wrinkle easily, can be laundered, and can mix and match with other fabrics.   I ordered several coordinating fabrics- a white ponte, a blue chiffon print, a blue geometric crepe de chine, and a blue double weave suiting.  Most of these are still available as I write this, but are in the 60-70% off categories, so if you like any, I would order soon!



Have you ever used a Burda Style pattern magazine?  I used to always subscribe the Burda Plus magazine which is for larger sizes, but they stopped making it in English and I stopped my subscription.  I missed it so much, that I took a chance and ordered it in French directly from France on burdastyle.fr.  It wasn't expensive- about $15 total including the po…