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Sunday, October 7, 2018

Weekly Wound Up


We have two new women's pattern for you this week, both perfect for Fall!  Plus we have a fun crochet tutorial and a double header for the sew-along next week. Let's take a look:

New Releases



Fall is here and time to spice up your wardrobe with our amazing new pattern, Chrysalis' Cardigan! This is a simple pattern that makes it easy to get a comfortable look that is effortlessly stylish. It is the perfect item to pair with a skirt for a day at the office or with jeans and a t-shirt for a casual look. The cardigan is a relaxed fit and the pattern includes 3 different band widths and optional cuffs for your style preference. It is such a fast sew that you will have a cardigan that gives you that care-free, comfy vibe in no time! 



Miranda's is a knit pullover coverup that is great for the cooler months of spring and autumn! Use Miranda's to help extend those summer clothes to fall. This pattern includes petite, average, and tall lengths as well as an off the shoulder or cowl neck necklines. Mix and match your fabrics and prints for a stylish look.

Be sure to grab them both while they're on sale!  Through Sunday night. 


On the Blog



When I saw Tierney's amazing crochet trim modification on Chrysalis' cardigan, I knew you would love it too! We are so thankful she took the time to give us an amazing tutorial to add a custom crochet trim to Chrysalis' Cardigan


Announcements



Coming up on Monday we have a double sew-along for you!  Winnie's and Miracle's are two super comfy sweaters/dresses that you definitely want this time of year.  Miracle's has those super cute mitten pockets and Winnie's has a hood. If you want to do the sew-along with us, simply grab the pattern(s) on sale and then hop on over to our sew-alongs group.  We'll be all ready to go when Monday rolls around. See you there! 

That's it for our Weekly Wound Up.  Have a great weekend! 

~ CKC Patterns ~

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