Who will win The Great British Sewing Bee?

THE Great British Sewing Bee has tempted lockdown Brits to test their creativity and get sewing.

But all good things must come to an end and the show will soon crown its 2020 winner in tonight's final (June 24, 2020).

Who will win The Great British Sewing Bee?

There are just three contestants left in the competition.

They have been whittled down from 12 and are now competing to be crowned winner.

We take you through who the bookies think will win the show (odds supplied by Ladbrokes).

Nicole Akong– 5/4

Nicole is a 42-year-old jewellery designer from London.

She is currently is favourite to win the show, with Jess O'’Reilly of Ladbrokes saying: “As far as the odds are concerned Nicole’s got victory sewn up.”

Follow Nicole on Instagram @nicole_akong.

Clare Bradley – 2/1

Clare is a 37-year-old hospital doctor who hails from Winchester.

Her social media is filled with her wonderful sewing creations.

Follow Clare on Instagram @clare.bradders

Matt Gage – 5/1

43-year-old is a playout supervisor from London.

His real passion is sewing though and is often showcasing his work on social media.

Follow Matt on Instagram @mattgagesewing

 

What will happen in the Great British Sewing Bee final?

The final will see the last three contestants take on a trio of celebration wear challenges before the winner is announced.

Judges Patrick Grant and Esme Young start by challenging the sewers to make a little boys kilt without a pattern.

In the Transformation Challenge, they each attempt to turn party dresses into fun outfits fit to wear at a carnival, before finally creating unique gowns using luxury fabric in the Made to Measure challenge.

At the end of the three challenges, one of the competitors is crowned the 2020 winner.

What time is the final of The Great British Sewing Bee on BBC One?

The show concludes TONIGHT (June 24, 2020) at 9pm on BBC One.

The series has comprised of 10 episodes.

You can catch up with past episodes on the BBC iPlayer now.

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