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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Weekly Wound Up


This week I whipped up several pairs of pajamas, six superhero capes, a last minute dress for class picture day, and another little surprise I've been working on. A few years ago, I never would have thought all that was possible for a busy mom of little ones! But oh, how I love the speediness and ease of CKC patterns. I didn't even have to miss out on [much] sleep to get all that done! And more importantly, the projects were FUN and made me want to do even more. And my kids feel the same way! Isn't that what it's all about? Speaking of more... We have more new releases for you this week (of course); so let's take a look! 

New Releases


Ava's Fitted Scarf Shell for women is a must-have for Spring! Featuring a darted design for a flattering fit, as well as a button-up back, this adorable top is perfect for all occasions! With an awesome built-in scarf option or simple shell version, this woven top was designed for comfort and fashion! Tips for picking out scarf fabric are included in the pattern! Bring on Spring and Summer with Ava and make something fabulous for yourself! 



Hope's High-Low Maxi Dress is now available in Tweens! It features a v-neck, reverse knot bodice, and a ruffled high-low skirt that is trendy, frilly, and adorable! Your tween will love that you can make her a dress that is fun to wear and that all of her friends will be wanting too!



This week we also released Damian's Zip Hoodie in baby sizes! Now your little guy can look super cool while wearing his zip hoodie, either as a warm jacket or as a cute accessory! Make it out of light cottons, flannels, or snuggly fleece. It even has cute little pockets so he can look just like big brother!
Baby Damian's is 30% off as a new release, so be sure to get it for your own kiddo or even to use for future baby gifts! (Sized newborn-18/24m)


Announcements


Our Monthly Mixup for April is now available! This Monthly Mixup is all about pretty spring designs that aren't too difficult to sew! It's a great deal for people who are wanting to expand their CKC pattern collection. You simply can't go wrong with these designs! They are Cora's, Brooklyn's, Britney's, Gloria's, and Faith's -- and this time we have four different size options available! Yes, four options! You can buy the Monthly Mixup for Dolls, Girls, Tweens, or Women's! Dolls are $8 for the pack, and the other three are $15 per pack. What a great deal, and with these options you can get them for all the girls in your life!


Weekend Sales


Paulette's Pillowcase Maxi is on sale for 50% off this weekend! This Beginner level pattern is a cinch to sew and features a "pillowcase" neckline, an attached sash, and a maxi length skirt. You can make it all out of one print or mix and match several. Your girl will love having Paulette's for Spring and on into Summer! 



Lexie's Retro Halter Dress is another CKC favorite that is on sale for 50% off this weekend! It is available in Doll, Girl, Tween, and Women sizes, and all of them are included in the sale. You and your girl will both love having this playful retro-inspired dress for the warmer months ahead! 



And we didn't forget the other half of the population!  This weekend only, we have **ALL** boy patterns on sale for 30% off!  Every single one of them! This includes baby boy, boy, tween boy, and even men's patterns. Be sure to browse through and find your favorites. You know they will come in handy!  (And of course a lot of the boy patterns can be used for girls too. But don't tell the boys I said that.)  The prices are already marked down 30% on all 46 of our boy/baby/tween/men patterns, so go ahead and have some fun shopping! If you already have a good stash of girl patterns, don't forget that boys deserve cute mommy made clothes too! 




That's all for this Weekly Wound Up! We hope you enjoy sewing up something cute this weekend. Don't forget to come show us what you make! 

Let's Create! ~ Kristen 

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