Fascinator Pattern Giveaway Winners

Fascinator

Now, wasn't that a pleasant wedding? I loved her gown, though I would have been a bit more partial to a straighter silhouette. I thought her veil and hair was perfect, however. Wonderful job Sarah Burton!  I loved reading through all of your answers to yesterday's post! A lot of similar ideas, but I think these comments came closest:

Erin says: "I'm with the Mermaids. And long lace sleeves. I'm sure it will be more beautiful than any of us can imagine…"

Charlotte Tilley says: "I'm hoping for something like Princess Margaret's fifties dress, that would be lovely, a classy look x"

Paula says: "Considering Kate's style I think its going to be something simple but elegant. Maybe an A-line gown with lace and beading. It might also be a mermaid style. And 2/3 sleeves as it is a royal wedding, probably out of lace."

And I'd like to think I wasn't too far off with my guess.

And now for the seven  random winners of the fascinator tutorials from WendyBirde. 

If you're name is up here, please contact me and send me your email address. Tell me your three top choices for fascinators and I'll try to accommodate everyone! Thanks again to Lisette and her shop, WendyBirde for sponsoring this giveaway! 

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Mena Trott

Mena Trott started The Sew Weekly to document her attempt to sew all of her own clothes in 2010. Since then, she's made over 125 outfits and has way more clothes than she needs.