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Over £2000 Worth Of Prizes To Be Won At The Festival Of Quilts!


We are attending the Festival of Quilts 2017 and we're giving you the chance to win some amazing prizes.  Subscribe to our mailing list below to be entered into the draw and see below for details of the prizes. You can also enter the draw by visiting us on stand D5 during the event.


1st Prize - Husqvarna Viking Designer Jade 35 Sewing & Embroidery Machine with 5 year warranty - WORTH OVER £1000

2nd Prize - An amazing bundle of products by Threaders (Crafter's Companion), Aly's Stitchy Fingers, Daisy & Grace, Pink Ink Designs, Kleiber and GMC - WORTH OVER £500


3rd Prize - Slimline Lamp by The Daylight Company -WORTH OVER £100


4th Prize - Garment Steamer by House of Alistair - WORTH £99.99


We also have a number of runner up prizes from Crosspatch, Angela Daymond, Colouricious, Crafty UK, Empress Mills, Juberry, Quilters Trading Post, Quilting Antics and Totally Patched.

Tune in to our Daisy Chain Designs show on Friday 18th August to find out if you've won any of the top 4 prizes. All other prizes will be announced on our Facebook page so make sure you like our page to stay up to date.

Hochanda educates, inspires and entertains, with a variety of live shows from sewing through to card-making, hobbies including glasswork, modelling and mosaic, and arts such as wax painting and more. Why not visit us at stand D5 to find out more about us?


In the meantime, why not take a look at our website and see if we can inspire you. You can also watch our shows on Freeview 85, Sky 663, Freesat817 and on our website in HD.

See you at the Festival of Quilts!


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