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Sale Alert!

2021 Coupon Code Do It Yourself Eco-Friendly Gifts For Baby Patterns

Sale Alert!

Hello friends!  Have you ever used PDF patterns?  They are a favorite of mine since I'm able to access them perpetually to get a fresh print, change sizes, or even make some scale adjustments!   For the remainder of the month of March, all of our digital patterns are 15% off when you buy two or more!  This discount is automatically added to your purchase at checkout.   While you are at it, check out our scissors!  They are sure to make any thread snipping more pleasant! Questions?  Just reply to this email and ask!    

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New Yardage and Fat Quarter Bundles!

2021 Eco-Friendly Gifts For Baby New in Shop

New Yardage and Fat Quarter Bundles!

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Happy Valentine's Day - New Tutorial!

2021 Beginner Do It Yourself Eco-Friendly Gifts For Kids Free Pattern Gifts Patterns Tutorials

Happy Valentine's Day - New Tutorial!

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Masks, Masks, and More Masks...

2020 Beginner Do It Yourself Eco-Friendly Gifts For the Home Free Pattern Information Masks New in Shop Patterns Tutorials

Masks, Masks, and More Masks...

We have been busy bees over here and we wanted to give you a few updates!  Many people are contacting us about mask making with some common questions, so we wanted to address those for you, especially as more cities begin to require (they are required here in San Diego as of Saturday 4/4/20).

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Replace Your Paper-towels - Tutorial and Shop Update

2020 Beginner Do It Yourself Eco-Friendly Gifts For the Home For the Kitchen Tutorials

Replace Your Paper-towels - Tutorial and Shop Update

  If you are running low on paper goods, remember you can choose reusable fabric options.These are so very easy to make and use very little materials.  There is even a no-sew option available. To make these paper-less towels, you will cut a yard of flannel fabric into as close to 12"x12" squares as possible (you will likely cut the fabric at 12" x 11" depending on the width of your fabric).  After that finish your edges.  You can serge, zig-zag the edges, or turn and stitch!Now for the shop update. As you all know, the current situation is constantly...

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