I’m so excited to be guest blogging over at Girl Charlee UK (click for tutorial) and showing you how to make yourself this peplum top. I do love a good peplum- creates a lovely hourglass shape and most importantly, hides a food baby (which is a really big selling point for me when it comes to clothes: can I have starters, mains and dessert no.1, no.2 and maybe no.3 without anyone noticing?) Even more exciting for all you lovely followers is the chance to get your hands on 2 metres of gorgeous knit fabric! Enough to make yourself a top (desserts I’m afraid are not included). Eep! I’m so excited. Head over to their site to see their gorgeous collection of fabrics to get you inspired and make sure you take a look at their brand new super soft BOLT range.


*How to enter the GIVEAWAY*

All you have to do is go over to the Girl Charlee UK website and join the mailing list. Once you do that just pop back over here and post ‘done’ along with your name. It’s that simple! Just make sure you enter before the deadline so I can enter you into the draw- Midday (GMT) on Tuesday 1st November. 

Good luck!




40 replies on “The Little Giveaway

  1. Done!

    Love the tutorial too, never been brave enough to make a pattern based on something I own but you make it look so easy! Looks a nice project to try one quiet weekend.

  2. ‘Done’ I hope to win this for my daughter who at 14 is a much better sewer than me and has not used a stretch fabric yet.

  3. ‘Done’ My 14 year old daughter sews clothes beautifully and this would be the perfect fabric for her to attempt a stretch pattern

  4. Done – just made the top and it is fantastic. Thank you for the tutorial – now I need more fabric from Girl Charlee to make another one!

    1. Oh I’m so glad it worked out well! There’s always a little bit a panic that I might have missed something/didn’t make sense. Phew! Would love to see a photo 🙂 good luck with the giveaway

  5. Done and while I was there I ordered some fabric for xmas pjs for the grandchildren. Can’t wait for it to arrive. Love the tutorial and think I may just have ordered a bit more fabric to give this a try!!

  6. Done. Lots of lovely designs that would make beautiful tops from your pattern (which I’ve saved for future reference )

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