Fabulous fashion sewing prizes to be won!


It’s competition time! To celebrate the launch of BurdaStyle.co.uk, we’re giving away over £600 worth of fantastic sewing related prizes!

This competition is now closed, to find out who won click here.

win a janome sewing machineFirst prize: Brand new Janome sewing machine and designer fabric stash worth over £350

The lucky winner will become the proud owner of a Janome 525S sewing machine complete with accessories and a fabric stash to die for with 10 metres of selected fabrics from designers such as Tanya Wheelan, Tula Pink and Amy Butler.

win a designer fabric stash

win a year's supply of Burda patternsSecond prize: A year’s supply of BurdaStyle patterns worth over £200

Our runner up will receive a BurdaStyle pattern download of their choice every week for a year! Week by week you’ll build your library of fashionable garment patterns to transform your wardrobe into total made-to-measure heaven!



Third prize: Bundle of fashion sewing books worth over £100

Get your hands on the coolest and most useful sewing books in town with six new sewing titles including The Dressmaker’s Technique Bible, 101 Ways to Sew a Metre and The Colette Sewing Handbook.

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This competition is now closed, to find out who won click here.

No purchase necessary. Winners will be selected at random. Entrants must be UK resident and aged 16 or over. View full Terms and Conditions

18 thoughts on “Fabulous fashion sewing prizes to be won!

  1. Laura Mackenzie-Hawkins

    Have entered! Was already a ‘Liker’ of the facebook page after getting my first copy of Burda Style Magazine when I was shopping in Manchester a couple of months ago and falling in love with the dress on the cover. The next issue with the stunning High Tea Dress had me weak at the knees and wanting to make it for my daughter and my niece. My husband tends to shake his head at all my crafting magazines but on picking me up the latest issue he was really surprised with how many patterns you get in the magazine and that it has such a wide range of styles to suit a lot of tastes and sizes. Something which I love about the magazine aswell. I now highly recommend it to others when they ask advice on dressmaking. With Burda Style you certainly get true ‘value for money’.

    1. BurdaStyleUK Post author

      Hi there,

      To sign up to the newsletter go to any page on our site and look at the items in the right-hand column. Near the top, below the I Love Burda badge, you’ll find a ‘sign up to the newsletter’ box. Simply enter your email address here and hit submit.

      Hope this helps!

      – James

  2. David C

    My wife would love to make her own clothes as well as items for the house – this would be a brilliant prize for me to give her.

  3. Alison Wakefield

    fantastic machine and love quilting and would love this machine my sister has a Janome and loves it. Have done all of the above and fingers crossed now x

  4. Suzie

    So great to see a UK version of the Burda Style website!

    Thanks for the fantastic competition – I’ve entered!
    I’m @Su_Sews_So_So on Twitter 🙂

  5. Sophie Elizabeth

    Amazing prizes! Been a long time newsletter recipient and now a “liker” and a “follower” @MophieSophie

  6. anne goligher

    Have been sewing with Burda for 30 years, making all types of clothing not just for my self, but other members of the family. The Burda designs are just a little different from High Street clothing shops witheasy to follow instructions, multi sizes for different shapes. Always receive compliments on style.

  7. Hannah

    Have entered, joined the newsletter and like on facebook, glad to see a UK version on Burda now too. Have been using Burda patterns and info for some while now.

  8. Elle

    Fantastic prizes been given away by a fantastic site! I’ve recently just brought my first Burda magazine and loved it so much I’m now subscribing.

    Following it on Facebook and email as well x

  9. Mary

    Thank you for this new site.I have been a user of the Burda since I bought my first one in German in 1979 and yes I still have them all as I realised when we cleared out to downsize to a bungalow.Yes they came with me.


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