For one week only, ten pattern designers will be joining together to combine 18 of their best PDF sewing patterns (valued together at over $139.00) and selling them to you for the incredible price of $24.95! That's over 80% off of the combined retail value!
That wasn't a typo! For less than $25.00 you will have the chance to purchase a library of resources to get you started on several great projects that you can sew over and over again. The designers that are joining this sale are experts at their craft. They have been sewing for a very long time and are well known in blog land as well as in children's and women's sewing pattern design circles. Each designer has contributed one or two of their favorite sewing patterns to create a bundle that is sure to please! Whether you are sewing for your own family or making gifts for others, these are patterns that you will love to use.
Figgy's Patterns, Go To Patterns, peek-a-boo pattern shop, Seamingly Smitten, One Girl Circus, Sew Much Ado, luvinthemommyhood, Gingercakes, Sew Fearless, Me Sew Crazy... this is the lineup! But you have to wait until Monday to find out exactly which sewing patterns are included in the pattern bundle. I can tell you that you won't be disappointed!
We are offering an affiliate program for this amazing sale too! If you think your blog readers, Facebook friends, or Twitter pals would be interested in buying this bundle of sewing patterns, why not sign up as an affiliate? As a Sew Fab Sale affiliate you can sell the pattern bundle on your blog and earn 40% of all of your sales! Contact Jenny at thesoutherninstitute @ gmail.com for details.Oh! And there will be a giveaway! The Sew Fab Giveaway is amazing! One lucky winner will win a bunch of amazing prizes from some of your favorite companies and online shops! I can't wait to reveal the giveaway package next week!
Don't miss the Sew Fab e-Pattern Bundle Sale
starting Monday, February 4th!
The Southern Institute and Fat Quarter Shop
We'll see you there!
The Sew Fab e-Pattern Bundle is only available from 8 am EST February 4th through 8 am EST February 11th. Due to the nature of the sale there will be no late sales or refunds.
Did you all see that Rae has a new pattern called the geranium dress? She gave out the 0-3 month size as a freebie and I had to try it out. This corduroy is from a dress that used to be Anne's when she was 4. Isn't it so sweet? That Rae knows how to get me hooked since I already bought the big pattern too! Well worth the $10 investment though, don't you think?
I wish I could have been there to take this class too! I bet these girls had a blast sewing up their bags. You can almost hear all the giggling and chatter as they choose their fabrics and work on the sewing machine.
For more information about the classes, visit the facebook page of the Studio here. Amy is teaching several classes and having a wonderful time sharing her love of sewing with kids and adults.
These girls (and their owls) are totally adorable! Thanks Amy and great job girls!
Miss Marion is already 2 months old today. It has gone by fast! She is so so sweet.
I made this Kimono from a vintage pillowcase a few months before she was born. I put it on a month ago and thought I had wasted my time making it since it was so big and looked all bunched up. I tried it again today and found it much prettier. Why do we forget that our babies grow so fast?
The pattern is from a vintage layette set. Some of it seems insanely impractical with all the tiny bias tape and ties but I had to try a few. I may make another in fabric that doesn't wrinkle so easily! Did you have a favorite thing you made for your baby to wear? She has already almost grown out of those cute baby pants I made!
Anne turned 7 last week. I won't give my usual "time marches on" speech but I am feeling it. She is a precious girl ~ happy and sweet and full of generosity. She also has a new side to her that Travis and I are noticing. Her big sister likes to be ready for the bus EARLY. Like 20 minutes early. This is not important to Anne and she is showing a strong aversion to being rushed. She waits to put on her coat. She lingers over hugs to the baby. She slowly ties her shoes. She wanders around looking for papers and books as the time gets closer. This drives Elsie crazy and Anne knows it. Anne has always just done whatever Elsie wants. I try to smooth things over by reminding Elsie that there is plenty of time. I don't enjoy seeing Elsie unhappy but I do like to seeing the middle child show her own determination (even though it is a little passive aggressive at this point). A little backbone is always encouraged and this 7 year old has certainly got it!
We had a bowling party with the cousins. So fun and easy!
Having an amazing photographer for a sister in law (and great friend) is such a blessing. Thank you Jenny for taking these photos of the bowling experience and the birthday girl. You captured it perfectly as usual. Jenny is posting pictures on her blog daily right now and they are great inspiration. Check it out for sure!
I don't regret following the popular crowd either. The Tova Top is awesome and worth all the hype. Such a cute shirt. It even looks OK on my post pregancy body! The hardest part is dealing with all the pattern pieces and that wasn't even all that bad. I made a practice version first to make sure I wouldn't mess up on my nice fabric (Anna Maria Little Folks Voile). Come on friends! You can join in with the cool kids too. You will be happy you gave into the peer pressure.