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And The Winner of the Fabricista Fashion Challenge 4 Is.......

And the winner of the Fabricista Fashion Challenge 4 is....

Tee from Maggie Elaine! Great job on your final look and with all the other challenges!  

We will be seeing more of Tee on the blog in November, so keep following the blog as she joins our group of other talented seamstresses, The Fabric Mart Fabricistas!

Great job to the other two ladies that made it to the last round of the challenge. They both did a fantastic job and also won some great prizes.

LaTonya got second place with her look inspired by Roland Mouret. She has won a $100 gift certificate to Fabric Mart and a 2017 Julie's Picks membership.


Elizabeth got 3rd place with her looks inspired by Balmain and Miu Miu. She has won a $50 gift cerficiate to Fabric Mart and a 2017 Julie's Picks membership. 



Reader Participation!
We had two participants in this week's challenge! After a random drawing....

Congratulations to RoseKyKy on Instagram! You have won a free 2017 Julie's Picks membership! Please email fabricmartblog@gmail.com to claim your prize.

Thank you so much for participating! It's always fun to see what our readers make. 

RoseKyKy on Instagram:


TortillaDesigns on Instagram:
Thank you to all who participated in this challenge, whether you were part of it or a reader. And thank you to all the readers that followed along and gave encouragement to our contestants. This is not an easy challenge! 

We'll see you next year and be sure to follow our blog. You will definitely be inspired by all of our talented sewers!

Comments

  1. CONGRATULATIONS!!!! You all were so fun to watch this year. So creative!

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  2. All of the ladies did a fantastic job! I look forward to this event every year. Thanks for keeping us on the edge of our chairs with excitement....Now on to some fabric shopping for me!!!

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  3. Congrats to everyone! This was fun to watch what you all came up with.

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  4. Congratulations to each of you. I had so much fun following along!

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  5. Congratulations Ladies! Well done! Well done!

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