British Sewing Awards 2016 – We won!January 27, 2017 / byTilly / Categories : Feeds
We did it! Thanks to everyone who voted for us, Tilly and the Buttons has won gold in the British Sewing Awards 2016:
Just let me have a little gush for a minute… I’d like to extend a personal, heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you who voted for us.
As a small business, we may not have the biggest budget in the world, but we put so much care and attention into creating inspiring and accessible sewing resources – so it feels amazing to have our hard work recognised by winning three national awards.
And having the support of such creative, generous and thoughtful readers and customers who voted for us means the world to me and to my team. We really do have the best customers in the world!
Thank you sooooo much!
If that wasn’t exciting enough, we have a stunning new sewing pattern launching next week. Stay tuned...
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