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Saturday, April 15, 2017

Weekly Wound Up



Easter weekend is here!  Do you have all your sewing finished up? Or like me, are you still rushing it in at the last minute?  Either way, it's sure to be a fabulous weekend!  And to make it even better, we're having a weekend SALE!  This is our first sitewide sale of the year and we are super excited about it!  Be sure to get the full details and coupon code below, under the sale graphic.  But first, let's take a look at this week's new patterns! 


New Releases 



Looking for the perfect pattern to add to your collection? Bodysuits are making a comeback and we’ve got just what you need to keep up with the trend! Virginia’s  has not only the bodysuit option but also a crop top version! This playful pattern features off the shoulder sleeves, comfy leg bands, full coverage booty on the leotard, and the perfect band to keep the crop top in place while moving! Your wardrobe will not be complete without this fabulous pattern! Knit fabri



Martha's is a classic A-line top/dress that you will fall in love with every time you make it! The simple design leaves plenty of room for personalization, while still being quick to construct. It includes options for a trim band if you are looking to stretch those fabrics a little further, as well as a reversible option so it's like you're getting two dresses completed at once! Martha's is available in baby, girl, and women sizes. 






Josephina’s Hanky Hem Skirt is perfect for dressing up or dressing down with the simple switch of material. Choose the comfort of knit, the class of rayon, or even a sheer material with a lined skirt option. Josephina’s offers 2 waistband options: yoga waistband or a shirred waistband. You can even use the yoga band option unfolded as a cute little tube top dress! The longer length and flowy design make this skirt the perfect choice for any season. Pair this unique skirt with a tank top or with lots of layers for a style all your own! Josephina's is available in girls and women sizing. 




Gentry's Girly Ruffled Dress is now available in tween sizes, 7/8-15/16!  This style has something for everyone! You will fall in love with the unique v-neck fitted bodice with back buttons and ruffled cap sleeves. Gentry's even has two skirt options. The fancy, ruffled skirt has a flat front center panel, perfect for showing off a beautiful fabric or even a fun applique. The simple skirt provides the ideal opportunity to showcase a favorite fabric with a simple ruffle at the bottom. No matter what you choose, Gentry's is sure to be a show-stopper!


On the Blog



Come learn how to make an Easy Elastic Belt in any size! One of our testers, Brittany Kelly, shared this tutorial with us and it's the PERFECT accessory to go along with our new Martha's dress that just released. Super cute!




Look at these adorable Cross Hair Bows! They're the perfect accessory to complete your little one's Easter outfit. Sheri from Izzys Bow-Tique is here to show us exactly how to make them, plus she has a bonus tip that will help you with ALL hair clips from now on! Come see!


Announcements



Here it is!  The details of our big sale:

Happy Easter from us to you! You can get 30% off your entire order using code 
"HappyEaster2017" at checkout! Plus, you can take advantage of our tiered pricing for even more savings!!! The sale last from now until Sunday night. Happy Shopping!  

This wraps up our Weekly Wound Up.  We hope you have a fantastic Easter weekend!

Let's Create! ~ Kristen 

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  3. I have just one comment I would give on the tie shoulder pattern. I am a sewing instructor and had a young lady, not so young, called for me to help her understand how to make the bodice. While looking at the instructions, I had to read and reread to understand what you were telling your customer to do. I understood, only because I already know how to do this, but for a beginner, she does know how to sew, it is totally confusing. I read to my husband and he was lost right away. My advice would be to first use shorter sentences with less parentheses and maybe a drawing showing the lining with shading and then the main dress with the same. It is a cute pattern. But for beginners, if it is too confusing, they will just give up and stop. I hate to see that for sure. Good luck with your patterns.
    "Sew On!"

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