Sew Up North 2019 – raffle sponsors part 3

Yes, despite all the sponsors already announced, there are still more new sponsors to tell you all about! These lovely companies have all provided raffle prizes for Sew Up North this year and I can’t thank them enough for their generosity!

Sew Dainty has a gorgeous range of acrylic jewellery and cross stitch patterns. Kathy’s recently added brooches to her range of necklaces and pdf patterns, all hand made and all beautiful! She has kindly sent one of her button necklaces to go in the raffle prize pool.

Sew Essential is a family run business selling just about anything you can think of that’s sewing related via their website! They’re my go to for any notions or gadgets which are slightly out of the ordinary; my solid wood clapper came from them and it’s fabulous! I may also have bought more than a little fabric from them…. Lucy has kindly donated a £25 voucher to the raffle prize pool.

Sew Me Sunshine is an independent online retailer stocking a beautiful range of fabrics, patterns, haberdashery, notions and gifts. Harriet has recently moved to new premises and held her first open day. She’s kindly donated a £20 voucher to the raffle prize pool.

Sewisfaction is one of my favourite online shops (fun fact: apparently I was Sheona’s first customer!) stocking a truly beautiful range of fabrics, patterns, haberdashery etc. Sheona also has a bricks and mortar shop in Wokingham where she runs classes on a fantastic range of skills. I WILL get there one day! Sheona has donated a £25 voucher to the raffle prize and, as an extra treat, all attendees will also receive a discount code which includes free delivery!

Sister Mintaka is a beautiful online store, stocking a fab range of fabrics, patterns and haberdashery. I’ve succumbed to a few truly gorgeous things from Sandeep and have loved all of them! The winner will receive a £20 voucher to spend in the online store.

The Fold Line is a website run by Kate and Rachel. Expanding from their original roots as a vast pattern database, they are now a massive on line pattern shop, offering both pdf and paper patterns. You can search the database, read user reviews of the various patterns and then purchase, all in one place. Kate and Rachel have donated a £25 voucher for the winner and, as an extra bonus, have issued a discount code for anyone to use! Go to their site and enter SEWUPNORTH for 10% off!

Fabricate is an independent business which, until a week or two since, was based in Roberttown. Philippa has just moved to premises in the middle of Mirfield (which is very exciting for me, since my parents live there so I’ll have an excuse to pop in!) and will be continuing to combine workshops and classes with her range of designer fabrics, independent patterns and beautiful haberdashery, which are also available in her online shop. Philippa has donated a £20 voucher to the prize pool.

So that’s it for this week’s round up but, would you believe, this is still not the end of my list of raffle prizes! So look out for next week’s post or follow my Instagram for daily updates!

Becca x

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