Posts Tagged ‘feed well’

Winner.

September 24, 2010

That’s it folks. There were many, many entries to win the luxury taste the difference Red Spinwell musette but there could always be only one winner. That winner is Raymond Hanstein of Philadelphia. Congratulations Raymond, it’s on it’s way to you. Commiserations to the rest of you but fear not however, there will be more comps!

In it to Win it.

September 20, 2010

The lines are now closed so to speak. I have had hundreds of entries but there can be only one winner… Will it be you?

As soon as I have pulled the name from the proverbial hat you will all be put out of your misery. Check back later this week to find out who the lucky boy,or girl is.

Good luck everyone!

Win a Spinwell Musette!

September 14, 2010

Yes that’s right. WIN! a super limited Spinwell Musette.

As beautifully hand crafted as the now sold out natural cotton Spinwell Musette from Project No.3. However this time it features a slightly heavier gauge Red canvas with the ‘feed well’ screen print appearing discreetly in Red and lest we forget the luxury satin piping on the interior. It’s like a ‘taste the difference’ Spinwell Musette.

One of only five made this is your chance to grab a little bit of Wellness for absolutely nothing, nowt, nada! All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is:

Get in-touch using the ‘Email me’ tab over to the right and tell me your name. That’s it. Easy!

Closing for entries is 12pm gmt on 21/09/2010.
The winning entrant will then be contacted via email.

GET INVOLVED AND GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!

Spinwell Projects No.3

July 2, 2010

It seems like an age since I last mentioned the next Spinwell project but alas, it’s underway. Sourcing the right cloth, finalising designs and liaising with the printer and seamster is hard work, you know!

Anyway, so last night my friend and printer printed up the thirty pre-cut musettes and as always, they look amazing. Next they are off to be stitched up and by one mans hands I might add because as you may know, when it comes to things like this I like to keep things local or as a lot of creative workers say in 2010 “hyper-local”… Whatever that means?

Thanks Dave, they look awesome… Now I cannot wait to see them made up and being used.


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