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Saturday, February 13, 2016

Weekly Wound Up

Our Weekly Wound Up seems to be all about Valentine's Day this week! We didn't really plan it that way but I suppose it's bound to happen. Be sure you check out our announcements and big sale too! There's lots of lovely stuff we're excited to share with you.  

New Releases

To start off the week, we released two new gorgeous dresses. Gwyndolen’s Double Bubble Dress is perfect for any occasion, from church to the playground. It's all new sleeve design matches perfectly with the skirt, both featuring double bubbles. The back has a button closure that does not require buttonholes! You're sure to get a perfect fit on your pretty girl. 

Ireland's Scalloped Peasant Dress also released this week. It has a beautiful sweetheart peasant bodice which provides a clean, tailored look to the front. The shirred back makes it a comfortable, yet dressy fit she will love. The real show stopper of Ireland's dress, though, is it's unique scalloped double skirt. Such a pretty detail! 

Hayden's Unisex Color Block Knit pants are perfect for both Divas and Rockstars! It's a great pattern for scrap busting your leftover knits and panels. If you’ve been afraid to try sewing with knits, this quick easy sew will boost your confidence in no time! It is recommended that you use medium weight knit with 4-way stretch. 

Kailee's Cozy Rag Quilt could not be more warm and comforting! It comes in 6 sizes: crib, throw, twin, full, queen and king. This is a great quilt for any age and theme. Choose your coordinating fabrics or create a unique memory quilt from scraps. The instructions are simple to follow and can make anyone that can sew a straight line feel like a pro!

This week we also released two new embroidery designs! Get ready for Valentine’s Day with our hand drawn "Love" Heart Embroidery Design, which comes in two different finishes: Dot and Bean Stitch. The second is our new Heart Arrow Applique Embroidery Design. Both designs come in four sizes, to fit hoops size 4x4, 5x7, 6x10 and 8x12.

On the Blog

If you want to add an eye-catching feature to your projects, come check out the "deco foil" tutorial we posted on the blog this week! We also included a free pattern for our adorable and timely Conversation Heart Pillow. It's 3D like a real candy heart, without the calories!

It's not too late to get those last minute valentines made! Look at these super fun sewing-themed valentines we made just for you! Simply download, print, and cut; then you're good to go!

We have a brand NEW design category coming to CKC! Yes, you read that right! To see what it is and get a free sample of it (woohoo!), come check out the official announcement on our blog


Our Monthly Mixup for February is all about the upcoming holidays. It features pretty dresses, beautiful tops, and ruffled bottoms that showcase gorgeous embellishments like lace and ruffles! You can get Paris', Anna's, Monroe's, Kelsey's, Rose's, and Antoinette's all in one bundle for an amazing value. These six patterns normally retail for $46, but for this month only you can buy all of them together for just $18! Wow!

Are you ready for our annual Valentine's Day contest? All you have to do is post a photo of your sweetie or yourself in his/her/your CKC Valentine's Day outfit! Please post on our wall, tag ‪#‎CKCValentineContest‬, and label with which pattern you used, by midnight est Tuesday, 2/16. Five entries will win store credit! We can't wait to see your entries! 


In celebration of Natalie's 8th birthday this Valentine's day, we are having a site wide 30% off sale this weekend! Use coupon code "NATALIE" at check out to stock up on all those patterns you've been wanting to buy! 

That's it for our Weekly Wound Up. We hope you have a fantastic Valentine's Day Weekend spent with those you love. 

Let's Create! ~ Kristen


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