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4.22.2011

E-Sewing Patterns

I am creating a slew of online downloadable sewing patterns and having a blast. I have been designing like a madwoman of recent months and created a host of infant, toddler and adult apparel. So they will be loading onto the website for fun easy downloadable fun for a short time. Then will go on sale at a nominal fee of $5.99 each. Just download, print out the 8.5x11 pages and gather them together, tape em together according to the directions and whalah you have a new sewing pattern. At a fraction of the cost of paper sewing patterns, it's worthwhile the extra time. And it takes no time really. If you're like me I am an 'instant gratification' girl - so finding something cute and fun, being able to download it in minutes and able to sew it that day without leaving the house is just amazing.


The only question is whether you have a stash of your favorite fabric finds available for cutting. All new sewing patterns are being created in my recent Haven's Edge fabric collection and my new Pernilla's Journey, which is delightful, delicious-o and oh my favorite right now!
  For a quick hint, the first two infant patterns to go up include a super little outfit I call LITTLE NAARTJIE (pronounced NAR-T-GEE)... you'll have to download the pattern to find out what it means. And if you do know what it means, comment here for a chance to win fabric.... fabric and more fabric from the new collections. And then there's Mush Mush Girl, which is a sweet little smock dress with a center front pocket... too cute and you'll want one for the little baby girl in your life.
Jodhpur breeches for baby... yes of course and why not. They are darling, easy and oh so couture.... I call these Saddle Brooks... for riding on dad's knee they're the perfect baby wardrobe item! Oh yes indeed!

Alright I promise pictures and more soon... remember to comment for a quick win at some fabric!

Kisses
t

ps Happy Easter weekend to all

15 comments:

Janet gossow said...

A naartjie is like a Clementine! How cute are all your names of the fabrics- you are one creative cool lady Tinks!!!

Jenelle said...

I love working with e-patterns and I love Haven's Edge, especially the voiles. I'll be looking for a way to incorporate both. Thanks for the chance to win!

Ginny Todd said...

a South African citrus fruit.

Marlena said...

A small orange or citrine? My daughter loves clementines, those are her favorite and I believe they are in season right now.

grandmarockton said...

can't wait for the e-patterns Hope to get them SOOOOOOON

Amanda said...

A little citrus fruit, kind of like a mandarin...which really make me curious! I love your fabrics so much I can hardly bring myself to use them. Super excited about these e-patterns!!!

Our Busy Little Bunch said...

I had to google it, but a naartjie is a little citrus fruit. Sounds like some beautiful patterns in the works!
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

Charu said...

googled and found that naartjie is a furit. Not bad learning a new word even when u r in late thirties :).

Looking forward for the epatterns. And thanks for the giveaway

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bella celestial said...

Thank you so much for the opportunity, Your book is awesome, I am looking forward to your e-patterns:)
Tho naartjie is a south african citrus fruit, I learned something new!!!! Blessings.

Carol said...

I had no idea what a naartjie was but googled it to find out it is a soft loose skinned South African citrus fruit. Can't wait to see your new e-patterns. Love your fabric..just purchased some opal owl. I am working on the soft covered book from Sewtina for my 15 month old grand daughter. She is going to love it!

Ginny Todd said...

Naartjie is one of the brands of clothing in Isabella's closet.South African citrus fruit.

Tina Givens said...

Congrats Jenelle Clark, you are the winner.... Fabric will be sent to your home asap. And yes, 'naartjie' is a small citrus fruit like a tangerine or clementine. When my little girl was born at 2.5lbs I called her my little Naartjie.

Thanks to you all for commenting.... Keep watching for more chances to win fabric and more.

Anonymous said...

love your patterns but am having trouble finding the adult patterns.