Giveaway time – Swedish Tracing Paper and Makers Workbook

I am really excited to have teamed up with  to offer you this fabulous giveaway. They have kindly donated a roll of the amazing Swedish Tracing paper AND a Makers Workbook that one of you lucky sewists can win. I have also added in 2m of this fabulous Palette peached cotton poplin into the prize pot, lucky you!

If you haven’t heard about just how fabulous Swedish tracing paper is don’t just take my word for it, why not do a quick google search and you will find lots of rave reviews about this stuff. Softer than standard tracing paper, and harder to rip so it lasts longer. You can see through it easily enough to trace all details and marks without smudging! It can also be used to make a toile for your clothes before sewing. Sounds too good to be true huh? The makers workbook features pages of useful squared paper, forms for doodling and black charts to plan your next makes and organise your stash.

To enter this giveaway simply visit and browse our fabric and patterns and let me know in the comments below which fabric/ pattern comb you would add first to your Maker workbook.

Closing date is Thursday 21st April.
If you are reading this post in an email or on our website please visit to leave your comment.
One entry per person.

Good luck and Happy sewing xxx

112 thoughts on “Giveaway time – Swedish Tracing Paper and Makers Workbook

  1. rbjaneite says:

    I'd love to try the Tilly and the Buttons Bettine dress, having seen many beautiful versions online. Maybe in the Craze Digital Print Cotton Voile in blue and gold, or else in a Bye Bye Birdie cotton.

  2. Miss McGrath says:

    I would love to try the Colette Crepe Dress in the Swallow Cotton Poplin Fabric in White. I think it would make a fantastic summer evening dress for my summer trip travelling around Spain and Portugal!

  3. Claire Gawne says:

    I've heard so many glorious things about Swedish Tracing paper! I would love to make the Grainline Studio Alder shirtdress out of the Bloom Linen & Viscose – Yellow. I think it would be perfect for Spring!

  4. mags says:

    I've had my eye n the Kendal linen and viscose mustard for a Brumby skirt. I've a stash of fabric godmother fabrics to organise so hope I win!

  5. Noemie says:

    I already have on my list a Morris Blazer with black cotton sateen and black Roma jersey for the sleeves (classic but easy to wear). I would love to sew a Pendrell Blouse into the tulip poplin, and I would probably have enough fabric to sew a dress for my niece.

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