Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Gridlock Sewing Competition

Since launching our Gridlock sewing competition last week, we've had a few emails asking for more info and clarification on judging guidelines and design criteria. The truth is that we're deliberately being vague because we want you to make whatever YOU like! Sew something that you'd like to wear, something that suits the fabric and something that suits you. And if we like it too, you might just find yourself as the winner of $1000!

The following Terms and Conditions apply to enter the Gridlock Sewing Competition:

  • It is a condition of entry that the garment, images and any associated materials be permitted for promoting Tessuti and the images may be supplied to media for promotion.
  • The winning entrant gives permission for Tessuti to use images of themselves and the winning garment on the Tessuti website, blog and other promotional opportunities if required.
  • The decision of the judges is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • If the winner is an entrant outside of Australia, money will be awarded at the current exchange rate equivalent to the AUD1000 prize relevant to the prize-winner's currency of residence.


  1. is there anywhere else that sells this fabric such as in Orange Park or Jacksonville Florida zip code 32073


    1. Is there any examples of clothing made out of this fabric so that I can have a better understanding of how it drapes and looks. Also does it come in different colors? I am in the us and the patterns are done by the yard not meters so I will have to know how many meters are in a yard in order to order the fabric. If no local place carries the fabric I will be ordering the fabric on Friday March 8th 2013 how long would it take to arrive at my location?

    2. Hi Hannah
      We are an Australian company and have sourced this fabric through a local designer so it is only available through our store. If you are to order the fabric online, it is sent via registered post but we cannot guarantee a delivery time frame. Our first entrant ordered the fabric from London and it must have arrived quickly as she has already completed her garment! You can view it here - http://didyoumakethat.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/sewaholic-minoru-jacket-take-two/
      You can do a fabric conversion from yards to metres) with Google


Related Posts with Thumbnails
Copyright 2010 - Sew Tessuti Blog - Sewing Tips & Tutorials - New Fabrics, Pattern Reviews .Website Design by Jimmyweb.