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Saturday, November 15, 2014

Weekly Wound Up

Outside my window right now there are ginormous snowflakes drifting down. It's that time of year, ready or not, and it looks like everyone in our patterns group is in full swing preparing for the holidays ahead. Whether you are sewing for Thanksgiving or the holidays after that, we have some fun patterns and tutorials that can help you out! 

New Releases

 Noah's Knee Patch pants are a new must-have for your little guy! Make them with or without the trendy patches. The waist is a flat front with elastic back for a classy look, and the pants have an option for elastic at the bottom of the pant legs. Our testers were hesitant about the elastic hem at first but ended up LOVING them! They're so cute and the boys love how they feel. (Don't tell the boys, but they are adorable on girls too.) 

On Wednesday we released four new doll patterns!  First, there is Blair's Bustled Knot dress. It is all business in the front with a party in the back but seriously cute all the way around! Secondly, there is Grace's Twirly Knot Dress. It also has the option to make it the length of a top to go with her favorite pants. Third is Demi's Ruffled Peasant Dress. It has three sleeve lengths and is such an easy outfit to sew! Lastly, there is Annabelle's which is perfect for dressing your doll up as your daughter's favorite princess. Just in time for Christmas!

Just yesterday we released our Priscilla's Ruched or Cuffed Leggings, with a ruched side option or buttoned cuff! It does include a full cut line if you want to make just simple leggings without a cuff or ruched side. These leggings are a SLIM cut so you must use a 40-way lycra fabric with at least a 75% stretch to ensure they will fit properly. These are not a loose fit like our other legging patterns. Priscilla's is on sale for 30% off for just a little bit longer so grab it while you can! 

On the Blog

If you have never made an outfit with a zipper because you are afraid to try, this blog post is for you! We chose the EASIEST way to attach a zipper and made a step-by-step tutorial for you so that you will have the confidence to sew a zipper on, no problem! You'll be glad you came!

Look at this super fun upcycle tutorial! Come learn how to take ONE women's sock and make it into perfect doll tights by sewing just a few lines; no pinning or pattern pieces necessary!  You won't believe how fast they are to make. (It's even a little addicting.Your daughter will like that.) 


Have you taken a close look at our Monthly Mix Up bundle for November? It features Claire's, a pillowcase dress with a solid or patchwork skirt and optional key hole back; Autumn's, a great one-piece romper that is perfect for fall and winter; Caroline's - such a unique peasant top/dress pattern with its split double layer and bodice ruffles; Bonnie's, our great split ruffle pants to go with Caroline's; and of course Willow's, a terrific coat pattern! Your girl will be all set for the colder months. Each pattern comes to just $3.60 each - talk about a steal! This deal is good through all of November.

Weekend Sale

 Shirley's Fabric Petti Top and Dress is on sale for 50% off all weekend long! As you can see, it is gorgeous in both the top length, paired with her favorite bottoms, or as a dress length worn all on its own!  Just think of the pretty holiday outfits you can dress your girl up in using Shirley's! 

Teronia's Reversible Sweetheart Apron is on sale all weekend too!  This unique apron is fully reversible and comes with lots of embellishment instructions, so you can make two different looks all in one apron!  Teronia's is available for Girls, Tweens, and Women sizes, and all three versions are on sale for 50% off this weekend only!  Look how fun it is to have a reversible apron for the holidays - this is all one apron: 

So fun, right?!  I think these would do really well as a boutique item! 

This wraps up our Weekly Wound Up. Stay warm and enjoy the weekend! 

Let's Create! ~ Kristen

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