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Great British Sewing Bee Christmas Specials: Celebrity line-up, release date and more

The Great British Sewing Bee Christmas Specials will be back this year with a new celebrity line-up ready to follow those tricky patterns and transform unwanted materials into something fabulously festive. Judges Patrick Grant and Esme Young will be back to share their expertise and critiques, and potentially dolling out the "chics" if the celebrities are up to scratch. BBC One has yet to confirm when the two part specials will air, but we're expecting the festive editions to follow a similar format to last year's, with one airing around the 22nd December, and the other on 29th December.

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