Surprise! Bonus video for this week AND a GIVEAWAY! I wanted to show you all what came in the October Sew Hayley Jane box and give one of you a chance to win a box of your own!
Sew Hayley Jane is a monthly subscription service for fabrics and notions that comes straight to your doorstep. It is based out of the UK, but is now also available in the U.S. The box is offered in three different sizes – mini, classic, and luxury. The one I received (and the winner will receive) is the classic box.
Check out the unboxing video HERE to find out more about the box and how to enter the giveaway.
Make sure to also check out the Sew Hayley Jane website for more details!
I’ll be back next Wednesday with another new post. Until then, Happy Sewing!
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