Classic Literature Charity Prize Draw for Ukraine


Classic Literature Charity Prize Draw by Loadofolbobbins for DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. To the right twelve framed pieces of textile art showing a selection of embroidered scenes from classic literature. On the left a large framed embroidery showing the silhouttes of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy in regency dress handing over a letter by some trees with original scene text in the background.


Calling all bookish and arty folk I'm offering up one of my limited edition classic literature embroideries for one lucky person to win in a charity prize draw I'm running via JustGiving . Donations with all donations being given to DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. Not only will someone win one worth £120 they'll also get to pick which one from my series of twelve. All inspired by various iconic scenes


from classic literature including, Mr Rochester galloping into Jane Eyre in their first meeting, Mr Darcy giving Elizabeth Bennet that fateful letter, poor Gulliver encountering lilliputians and lots more from Dickens and Shakespeare.


So if you fancy your chances and would love one of these pieces for your very own or think one would make a perfect present for a book loving friend please do pop on over to my JustGiving charity prize draw page.



Ukraine Appeal Online Charity Market 23rd-24th April 2022 organised by Pedddle.


This prize draw is part of a wider event put together by the folks at Pedddle who came up with the idea for the Ukraine Appeal Online Charity Market which is running this weekend (23rd-24th April 2022). There are lots of stallholders taking part who are offering other prize draws and a percentage of sales from everything this weekend to charities supporting efforts in Ukraine, I myself am donating 20% of all sales this weekend alongside my prize draw so now is most definitely the time to buy folks! If you want to bookmark something for yourself in advance you can visit my shop here.


Any help spreading word far and wide would be much appreciated, lets try and raise as much money as possible for people in Ukraine!