And the winner is…

It’s time to pick the winner for our Sew Iconic giveaway. Drumroll please…

Congratulations Pat! Check your email for a message from me. Commiserations to the entrants who didn’t win. There’s always next time!


Happy 4th of July to our American readers, and a funny story for everyone else: during my first 4th of July in America, someone asked me in complete seriousness how we celebrated Independence Day in England.

I told him everyone goes outside, faces west, and sticks their tongue out ;) He didn’t get it.

• Meet the Author • Katherine

I'm the editor at WeSewRetro so don't hesitate to get in touch with any problems or questions. In addition to keeping the good ship WeSewRetro afloat, I do an amateurish but enthusiastic job of raising a daughter, teach university professors how to dominate a computer by day and study for a masters in literature at night. My daily coffee consumption would kill a small horse. I'm having a clandestine relationship with bias binding and my idea of hell is turning a spaghetti strap right side out.

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4 comments… add one

  • Oh, don’t tell me someone was stupid enough to think that the Fourth of July is celebrated in England!!

    Though when we stop teaching history in our public school system, I don’t know what else we expect.

    Still, that is excruciatingly lacking in wits and brainwaves! What a thought!

  • Things like that must make England’s attitude toward the American colonies: “Thank goodness we got rid of that load of dead weight!”

    But I loved your comeback.

  • Makes me giggle to know that the Canadians aren’t the only ones teasing the silly Americans.

    Congrats to Pat. I entered, but was so enthralled with the book I went and purchased a copy. Teehee.

  • Congratulations – I am now about to order the book X


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