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I love seeing what customers and testers do with my patterns. When I saw Emily of Just Another Sewing Mama‘s take on my new California Dress & Peplum I invited her to come over & guest post a tutorial for it! This is quick, … Continue reading
Have you seen the super awesome Red Carpet Award Celebration that Everything Your Mama Made & More!, along with a bunch of other awesome designers, are sponsoring over at the PDF Pattern Sales and Promotion group!?!?!? One lucky winner is … Continue reading
I love seeing what my customers make with their patterns! When Lydia from My 3 Little Kiwi’s showed off her tops we BOTH loved them, lol. Then she started experimenting. When she showed off her split shoulder version I asked if … Continue reading
I am excited to share my first sale! I don’t plan on having traditional sales often so if your a sale shopper take a second to check this out! Now thru Monday 9/2 at 11:59PST I have marked down all … Continue reading
Due to popular demand I decided to give a long sleeve fall version of the Kymy’s Dolman Top a try and I LOVE how it turned out. I got this teal sweater knit on sale from Fabric.com for less then … Continue reading
Today is the last day (8/23/13 11:59pm PST) to get your $2 rebate making your Kymy’s Dolman Top & Tunic only $7.95. Remember to qualify you must share your project on Craftsy & then post the link to it in … Continue reading
Only 4 days left to get your $2 rebate making your Kymy’s Dolman Top & Tunic only $7.95. Remember to qualify you must share your project on craftsy & then post the link to it in the blog post … Continue reading
I am so excited to finally list my first womens .pdf sewing pattern! My testers LOVED this and I can’t blame them, it is one of my favorite styles of tops because not only is it comfy, it’s quick & … Continue reading
I haven’t had a chance to post the details but I am SO excited about the release of the first girls pattern in my Craftsy Pattern Shop. I have been talking about making .PDF patterns for years but never managed … Continue reading