Win various amazing prizes (Total 10) @ Sewmag

Pfaff Quilt Ambition 2.0
worth £65 each
Using the Original IDT™ System, the Quilt Ambition 2.0 is ideal for the quilter and sewer. This exclusively designed model has a host of useful features including a high resolution touch screen, bobbin thread sensor and two additional presser feet. There are over 200 built-in stitches, with the option to save your personal preferences in one of the four sequence memories. Other helpful features include a wide sewing space, ideal for large projects, integrated needle threader to save time while stitching, and an accessory tray for easy access storage. The model also comes with a variety of stitch programmes, including alphabet, needle art, satin and decorative.

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Makower UK fabric
worth £24 each
As part of the Henley Studio collection, Makower UK has released a fun array of prints for the Sew Simple range. The assortment includes a mixture of cute patterns, from sewing machines to tape measures. We've got two bundles of eight fat quarters to give away, worth a total of £24 each.

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Vintage Purses book
worth £9.99 each
As a young girl, Sandrine Kielt-Michaud developed a life long love of crafting after being taught how to sew by her grandmother. In her first book, Sandrine invites you to make stylish clasp purses in every size and shape. The book contains 19 designs from simple to highly ornate, as well as 16 project templates and techniques, tips and stitch guides. These projects will make brilliant gifts for friends and family, or as a stylish treat for yourself. We have eight paperback copies of Vintage Purses to Make, Sew and Embroider (£9.99, Search Press) to give away.

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Sew Over It pattern
worth £65 each
After working with British fashion designers Bruce Oldfield and Phillipa Lepley, Lisa Comfort wanted to inspire others to learn to sew. Since the opening of her craft café Sew Over It, Lisa has appeared on Kirstie’s Vintage Home and set up an online shop selling a variety of fabrics, sewing kits and vintage-style dressmaking patterns. Patterns range from the flattering 1940s tea dress, the classic 1960s shift style and the versatile wrap dress, with instructions and illustrated diagrams included. We have a collection of five vintage-style patterns worth £65 to give away.

Posh Scraps fabric packs
worth £12.95 each
Add to your stash with Posh Scraps fabric packs from Clara. Perfect for sewing and crafting projects, each set contains various sized pieces of cotton poplin fabric and wool-mix felt with a polka dot grosgrain ribbon to get creative with. We have 10 sets of Posh Scraps worth £12.95 each to give away.
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Mettler threads sets
worth £48 each
Stock up your threads stash with these fine gift packs from Mettler. In four seasonal colourways, each set contains eight spools with a silk finish to add opulence to your home sewn makes. Spring contains pretty pastel shades, while summer has vibrant, tropical hues. Autumn is reminiscent of fallen leaves and winter is made up of icy blues and greys. We have sets for all four seasons worth a total of £48 to give away to four winners.
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Tilda fabrics
worth £15.90 each
Fans of Tilda's nostalgic prints will be delighted by Tone Finnanger's new fabric ranges, All That is Spring and The Summer Fair. In soft, chalky pastel tones, both collections are 100% cotton and are perfect for a feminine quilt, pretty accessories or even a floaty blouse or dress. We have twelve metres of fabric in various prints from the two ranges worth £15.90 each to give away to twelve lucky readers.
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Janome DKS30
worth £ each
Billed as the easiest to use machine Janome has ever made, the DKS30 makes sewing a joy. This attractive fully computerised model has a host of great features including a new easy set bobbin system, illuminated selection keys and pattern elongation up to five times normal without losing stitch density. There are 30 built-in stitches including automatic one-step buttonholes in three styles to choose from. Simply push the direct select key and an LED light will indicate your choice. Other handy features include a maximum speed controller so you can stitch at your own pace, programmable needle up/down, start/stop button so you can sew without the foot pedal, and automatic needle threader and thread cutters. There's plenty of accessories storage too, plus a hard cover for protection.

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worth £120 each
Inspired by a toy she made for her own daughter, mother of four Kate Janach designs and creates bespoke teepee tents for children. Daughter Gabriella was born prematurely at 27 weeks and it was her need for a safe enclosure that was to be the idea behind Myweeteepee. So putting her skills in soft furnishing design to use, Kate came up with a little teepee design tent that fitted the brief. Within six months a successful business from home was established and Myweeteepee has outgrown the house and recently moved to a spacious studio where Kate continues to design and hand finish bespoke orders. We have a beautiful plain 100% cotton canvas teepee ready for your own customising worth £120 to give away.

The Maison Sajou Sewing Book
The name Maison Sajou has long been synonymous with exquisite haberdashery and now the home sewer can recreate the refined French style with The Maison Sajou Sewing Book (£19.99, Ivy Press). With a foreword by Frederique Crestin-Billet, the woman behind the relaunch of the Sajou tradition, and 20 gorgeous projects designed by Lucinda Ganderton, each make is accompanied by clear step-by-step illustrations and delectable photography. We have seven copies of The Maison Sajou Sewing Book worth £19.99 each to give away.


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