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Spring Color Contest

Enter the Spring Color Contest

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Help us celebrate the spring season with color. The editors of Threads have picked three colors representing the spring season, and we want to see what you can do. Whether you are creating a cotton sundress or a linen suit, design your garments using our spring color palette and you could win big. Kai Scissors will award a $100 gift card to the winner of this contest.

The rules are simple. Share your garments designed with our spring color palette of chartreuse, peach, or light pink for an opportunity to win a $100 gift certificate from Kai Scissors.

Submit photos of your garments made with any combination of chartreuse, peach, or light pink to our contest gallery. Include a description of any techniques or patterns used to sew your garment. Projects must be entered by 11:59 pm May 5th, 2010.

There is no limit to the number of garments you can enter.

Five finalists will be picked by Threads editors. A winner will be chosen in a vote by ThreadsMagazine.com members. Winner will be announced on May 15th.

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  1. cloudyhn | | #1

    Hi Victoria,
    I'm wondering about the color. The floral silk piece I had which is Roses and Daily Lilies combined so many colors light pink, cherry pink, purple, green, black ... based on light pink backgound.

    Has it to be solid color? or it's ok for printed floral?
    Thanks!

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    VictoriaNorth | | #2

    You can certainly use a printed fabric. The idea is for your finished garments to represent some combination of our spring color palette to celebrate the spring season. I can't wait to see your garment in the gallery.

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