WIN! Simplicity Summer Sewing Challenge Patterns

Want to get creative this Summer? We’ve teamed up with Simplicity to offer you the chance to win one of five Simplicity Sewing Challenge Patterns!

Still time to enter the Simplicity Summer Sewing Challenge!

This year sees the return of Simplicity’s Summer Sewing Challenge, in celebration of their 90th birthday, as they throw down the gauntlet – calling on crafters to show their take on a Simplicity make, by the 17th September.

Your completed makes will be judged by an all-star sewing panel, including GBSB’s Lauren Guthrie, Heather Jacks & Matt Chapple.

Win one of the 5 featured sewing challenge patterns!

Newlook 6408 children’s separates

Misses’ dresses with full skirt and bolero

Simplicity Pattern 8342 Misses’/Women’s Knit Tops, Cropped trousers, and Skirts

Pattern 8180 Boys’ and Men’s Shirt, Boxer Shorts and Tie

Simplicity Pattern 8383 Women’s Knit Trapeze Dress with Neckline and Sleeve Variations

How to Enter

Leave a comment below telling us which Simplicity pattern is top of your sewing list and what you’d do to make it your own, or send us a tweet with your style suggestions – using #SimplicityTurns90

We’ll be selecting the best answers, with 5 lucky stitchers receiving the pattern of their choice.

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4 Replies to “WIN! Simplicity Summer Sewing Challenge Patterns”

  • On the top of my list is 8248 because I love the retro look and it would be easy to update it a bit by using different fabrics on top or the collar or even the belt. The possibilities are endless.

  • Pattern 8383
    Is a garment that always will look good, any season, any colour is simply a classic!
    I personally will add some colourful trimmings on the hems and add length with a thicker fabric for the not so good weather time 😉

  • I think I should like to win pattern 8342, as it is vintage – a bit like me! I have not had time for much sewing these past years, but now I am retired I am hopng to get back into it in a big way so some new patterns of any type in fact, would be appreciated.

  • Pattern 8180
    I have just completed a Men’s shirt making course and have bought some gorgeous Campervan material which is in my stash waiting for me to make the perfect shirt for our travelling exploits.

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