I am like a proud mother hen, y’all.
I can’t take much of the credit though; Elli reformatted the original digital layout for print, Lauren designed the cover, and Jessica did just about everything else required to ship these out to all the shops that wanted them: taking orders, emailing shops, sending invoices, and so on. I made Jessica put “Director of Print Operations” on her email signature. Ostentatious titles amuse me.
There are two full-sized one-sided pattern sheets, so you can either trace or GASP! cut your pieces out (I never cut into my pattern pages — see this post for an overview of my sewing process — but you do what you have to do).
The instructions are also on one big sheet (don’t they look awesome, by the way? That’s Elli, my Digitizing Queen). This was a selfish decision, really; when I sew I like to have everything out there, where I can see it, instead of having to flip through pages in a booklet. Just my personal preference. You want to know my trick? Instead of laying it out on the table where it gets in the way, I hang the whole page up on the sewing room wall with a few pieces of washi tape, like this! Handy.
If you would like to own your very own copy of this limited-edition print pattern, click here to see a list of the shops who have it in stock:
We are also still taking wholesale orders from brick and mortar shops and webstores who are interested in carrying the pattern, so email Jessica if your shop is interested in carrying these.