We shared the moment of revelation with a wider audience via Periscope – just. I hadn’t anticipated thick Victorian warehouse walls interfering with Internet access. I scrambled to stand next to the only window in our room and a new friend allowed me to log on through the 4G on her phone. By the skin of our teeth we shared the prize-drawing moment. 54 people tuned in live and another 60+ have replayed. The clip is only up for another few hours. Despite the dodgy connection, I now have a hunger to attempt a much better event broadcast with readers. What, oh what, will it be?
With no further ado, our winners are:
The Made Up tote bag went to Nicola in Yorkshire who emailed me with her make half an hour before the deadline closed. Phewee!
The Quadrille books went to Bridget who sewed an Archer shirt – the first she’s ever sewn.
And the grand prize went to Emma who says she never wins anything. That’s changed! You can see a film montage of her winning dress here.
Thanks to everyone for taking part. I shall spend today perusing some of the makes that were emailed to me. Other than that? I’m doing nothing at all.