The raffle tickets will be on sale ONLINE (UK only) between Monday 8th November and Sunday 14th November 2021.
Tickets will then ALSO be on sale at The Knitting & Stitching Show in Harrogate in Gallery 11 Hall C between Thursday 19th and Sunday 21st November 2021.
The draw will take place LIVE at The Knitting & Stitching Show in Harrogate in Gallery 11 Hall C on Sunday 21st November 2021 at 3.30pm.
All winners will be announced at the time of the draw, and then notified by email asap.
Untangled Threads agrees that for every ticket purchased £2.00 will be donated to MIND.
You will be charged £2.28 for tickets sold online to cover bank charges related to the sale. £2.00 from this purchase will be donated to MIND. If you purchase a ticket online, the number of the physical raffle ticket entered into the draw will be recorded against your order number, and you will be notified of the ticket number by email.
1st: The Stitchbook Collective
The kimono is not lined, and is therefore not suitable for wear. It should be regarded as a piece of artwork. The winner will be offered the opportunity to lend the Kimono to The Stitchbook Collective so that it can feature in future exhibitions or events. In this event the Kimono will be left in the care of Helen Birmingham (Untangled Threads) and the alternative prize will be collected by the winner.
Alternative 1st Prize: A1 size framed poster of the Kimono and a one year subscription to The Stitchbook Collective (transferable to a friend for current members). PLUS your name embroidered on a tag and stitched into the collar of the Kimono.
"This KIMONO belongs to .........." together with the MIND logo.
2nd: Boro-inspired DUFFLE BAG
3rd: Copy of V&A Publication
"KIMONO: from Kyoto to Catwalk" rrp £40
The winning raffle tickets were:
1st Prize PINK 118 Gillian Banks
2nd Prize WHITE 207 Carol Clancy
3rd Prize WHITE 129 Jennifer Roberts
TOTAL AMOUNT RAISED BY THE PROJECT and donated to MIND
A HUGE THANK YOU
The winner of the kimono has very kindly donated it back to The Stitchbook Collective to be displayed in future exhibitions. Gillian was delighted to accept the alternative prize of a 1 year subscription to The Stitchbook Collective, a framed poster and her name and the MIND logo embroidered into the collar of the kimono.
More images to follow. x x x