If you missed the Great British Sewing Bee, you might be wondering who left the Sewing Bee this week?
Who left the Sewing Bee this week? Is a question fans of the show are wondering – especially those who lost track of time and forgot to tune in to the BBC One show which airs every Wednesday at 9pm.
If you’re planning to catch up with it on the iPlayer to see who failed to impress judges with their hems, appliqué techniques, dart, or embroidery are dramatically cut out of the contest, simply leave this article right now.
If you do want to know who left the Sewing Bee last night, then read on.
Who left the Sewing Bee this week?
Sewing Bee contestants 2021
Twelve home sewers started out the series, hosted by Joe Lycett, and each week a contestant has been eliminated. But the full line up is as follows;
- Adam Brooks, 31, Cruise Ship Entertainment Director from Leicester
- Adeena Khatoon, 40, Student Engagement Officer, Birmingham
- Andrew Aspland, 54, Maths Teacher, from Hull
- Cathryn Waudby, 57, Post-Office Worker, from Yorkshire
- Damien, 39, IT Installation Engineer, from Bolton
- Faire, 34, Accountant, from Dunstable
- Jean, Art Psychotherapist, County Down
- Julie Pygott, 62, Beauty Therapist, Rotherham
- Lawratu, 37, Local Authority Officer, from Surrey
- Raphael, 34, Textile Artist, from London
- Rebecca, 23, Customer Assistant from Scunthorpe
- Serena, 21, Medical student from Edinburgh
Who can enter the great British Sewing Bee?
Producers at Love Productions are currently looking for contestants to star on Series 8 of the Great British Sewing Bee and here’s how; If you or someone you know is a creative sewer who is proficient with patterns and can fit to perfection, then why not apply now online.
You must be aged 16 or above on 1st January 2021 and you must be a resident of the UK.
If you cannot apply online and would like an application form posted to you, please email email@example.com or call 0207 067 4837.
The website advises, “We are closely monitoring the situation regarding Covid-19 and we are following the advice of Public Health England. As a result, we may adjust how or when we carry out auditions. The safety and welfare of everyone involved in our productions is always paramount.”