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Nov 1, 2008

Sewing Patterns is a big fan of mine.... They have fabulous online service and carry almost everything, including most recently, my line of patterns, Series 1. See them all here!

Shown is Little Goddess Dress which I adore and have had many requests for an adult version. Stay tuned for that one!

Regarding S I Z I N G ... all sewing patterns for children include 3 sizes, small, medium and a large. Because my designs are loose and fun they can be less restrictive in size. Small is for a toddler 2T/3T, medium is 4T/5T and large is for 6/7. Kimono Suit is for infants, again small, medium and large. 0-3months, 6-9 months and 9 to 12 months.... And adult kaftan and lounge suit are again in 3 sizes. Loosey goosey is the trick there.. made for comfort with lounging style.

Fabric shown here is from the Chloe's Imagination collection, TG46 in Oberon Red. And yes, instructions for that little heart embellishment, so easy to do, are included.
Again, thanks for being with me. And let me know if I can answer any questions on the patterns or any requests you may have. Series 2 is on it's way!


Jehan said...

Dear Tina:
I Love all the designs of your fabric and I'm a big fan of yours,I had become addicted to your designs,I was wondering when did the Fairy Tip Toes line is going to be available in stores?I can't wait for it!!!, and by the way what a lovely line of patterns!

Amelia said...

That dress looks gorgeous!!

Loralie said...

I have the Zig Zag girl pattern, and it seems to run very, very small. Is it just me, or are there corrections to the pattern?

I love all your fabrics - the designs are just amazing.


Scottish Daughter said...

I have the candyland pattern and am wondering if there is a front pattern piece for the pants?

Emil said...

I would like to do the same thing on my little daughter's dress. I want to make different color for the pattern and the dress. it will be good if I put the pattern on the front dress, the pattern is red while the dress color is yellow. said...

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