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Call For Entries -- Fabricista Fashion Challenge 4!


It's that time of year again -- Fashion Challenge time! 

We're looking for 6 enthusiastic sewing bloggers to participate in the Fabricista Fashion Challenge 4! This is a 5-week sewing challenge where you will be given a weekly project to complete to the best of your abilities. Each week will have a criteria for judging and will be judged by some of your favorite personalities in the sewing industry. 


All the Details: 
The entire sewing time for the challenge will run from September 9-October 6. A new challenge will be posted to the public every Friday morning, with the first one being Friday, September 9th. You will have until the following Tuesday night to submit your entries, so that on Wednesday morning I can post the finished projects.     
     
There will be a total of 4 challenges and they will be posted on: Friday, Sept 9, 16, 23, 30.

Judging: Each week, you will be given a set of criteria. This will change slightly each week but usually will include fit, quality, craftsmanship and creativity. Each week there will be at least one "Celebrity Judge" on the panel. Along with myself, we will chat about how each person met the criteria and select a winner of the challenge. We will also have a Viewers Choice voting which the winner will be given a prize. 

Reader Participation: You can play along too! Each week, post photos of your progress and completed challenges. Then when posting to social media, use hashtag #FabricistaFabricMart on Facebook and Instagram. We will choose one winner each week to win a prize! (Prizes will be announced each week. Only open to citizens of US and Canada, for shipping purposes.) 

Fun All Around! This challenge is for the fun in it (and winning some prizes on top of it) for participants, readers, judges and myself! It is definitely hard to choose the "best" in the group, especially because we are doing everything through photographs and periodic written responses. So we're looking for participants that are good sports about a fun challenge that will expand your sewing abilities!
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Prizes!
Grand Prize Winner will receive: $25 a month for one year to spend on fabric at FabricMartFabrics.com, plus be a Fabric Mart Fabricista for 6 months writing guest posts for the blog. You will also receive a Julie's Picks Membership. (A $350 value with media exposure.)

Second place will receive: $100 gift certificate to spend at Fabric Mart, plus a Julie's Picks Membership. (A $150 value.)

Third place will receive: $50 gift certificate to spend at Fabric Mart, plus a Julie's Picks Membership. (A $100 value.)

PLUS! Additional prizes for the winner of each challenge. 
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Do you think you have what it takes to participate in the Fabricista Fashion Challenge 4? If you answered yes, email us your submission! Here's what we need from you:

- A link to your blog's homepage - You must have an active blog to participate!
- 3 images of current sewing projects
- A short 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. You must be able to participate during the entire challenge (September 9-October 6). Sorry, previous challenge contestants will not be considered. Open to citizens of the US and Canada (due to shipping you things for the challenges and risk of it not getting to you in time.) Entries are due by Tuesday, August 31st!

Comments

  1. I can't participate, but always look forward to these challenges!

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  2. I entered! I'm nervous and excited!

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  3. I got all excited, then saw it was only open to US & Canada! Ah well, I shall enjoy seeing the entries! ;-)

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    1. Same Zoe, I'll have to try and sew along at home. A deadline adds such a great incentive to start AND finish a project

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  4. I'm excited to see this year's talent. I know you guys will rock it. And I see my sew sister Je'Tua has enteted. You go girl!

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