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Fabricista Fashion Challenge II: Call for Entries

UPDATE: Call for Entries is closed!



Call for entries! We're looking for 8 eager sewing bloggers to participate in the Fabricista Fashion Challenge II! Learn all the details about the challenge HERE.

Do you think you have what it takes to participate in the Fabricista Fashion Challenge II? If you answered yes,email us your submission! Here's what we need from you:

- A link to your blog's homepage
- 3 images of your best work
- A paragraph telling us why you think you would be a great candidate for the challenge.

All challenges will be based on sewing for yourself, so keep that in mind when entering. Sorry, previous contestants from the first challenge will not be considered. While we would love you to participate, we would like to give other fabulous sewists a chance too! Open to citizens of the US and Canada. Entries are due by Tuesday, August 26th!

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  1. Darn it, I would totally apply but I'm going to be out of the country for a significant portion of the contest. Maybe next time!

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