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Seventh Challenge Announced!

Mixing Prints
If you think mixing colors is hard, try mixing prints on top of it!

4 Seamstresses will compete in this challenge.
You will have one week to complete this challenge.
Challenge: Using at least two prints, coordinate them to make an outfit. Use only the fabric prints you have chosen to make your pieces. Think about where you would wear your fun outfit and choose a theme for your photo shoot. 
You will be judged on creativity, craftsmanship, how well your prints go together, your images, garment personality, and fit.
The winner will receive Julie's Picks Membership. 

Julie's Picks is a Monthly Mailer that has information about trends, sewing tips, and SWATCHES! Touch and feel the fabrics selected by one of our Fabricistas, Julie. 
You will receive a packet of 30 fabric swatches that are only available to members including exclusive discounts. You also automatically become a Premium member! An email newsletter is also included in the membership. 
Also, you will receive a newsletter written by Julie. 
For more information or to become a member, visit our website.

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