- Guilty pleasure….. Sewing Bee
Only kidding about the spoiler mate.
I’ll let you know what I think about her when I watch it tonight on catch up.
I actually bought a sewing machine last year over this show. Its actually come in very handy with some of my cycling gear and normal clothing actually!Posted 10 months agoretro83Member
Thought the short fella was a lot more creative than the lady who did the yellow dress and buggered up the waistcoat (it was totally wonky!). My wife is a regular viewer and she was absolutely fuming about her beating him in the first two tasks 😃
Tell you what though, **** sewing. It looked waaay too much effort!Posted 10 months agoBunnyhopMember
Hooray – the correct person won.
The winner also made the most amazing waistcoat.
As a seamstress myself (soft furnishings not fashion) I applaud their skill in getting any garment to look good and be wearable in such a short time.
Leah did make a fabulous lemon dress, it was very cleverly constructed, however the others had true flair and talent.Posted 10 months agoandykirkMember
It’s a great show.
Sadly almost unwatchable with that new presenter. Talk about trying too hard and not being even slightly amusing. He should move to Bake Off forthwith, he would go down well with their viewers.
Pottery Throw Down was however brilliant! Can’t believe they axed it. I loved the 6ft+ 200lb+ guy who used to cry at a nicely glazed cup.Posted 10 months agoCountZeroMember
Caught the first one of this series pretty much by accident, thought I’d watch it because my g/f trained as a fabric designer/seamstress when I first met her nearly thirty years ago. I found it really fascinating, compelling viewing, and the winner was very well deserved, she has tremendous skill and creativity.Posted 10 months ago
Riccardo was very creative and skilled as well, but Juliet was just brilliant.
Looking forward to the next series now.
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