It's been a really long time since my last shop update and I know that there have been many questions regarding in-person shopping. We had to let our lease go back in the summer of 2020. We are hoping to open another store-front soon, but the restrictions in California and San Diego are still uncertain for us, so we are choosing to wait a little longer before making a commitment into any address. Meanwhile, we are renting a small detached-cottage-studio in a quiet residential area outside of city limits and are unable to accommodate the traffic of physical shopping. I miss chatting with my brick and mortar customers so much!
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.
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Here is an easy side-snapping bib pattern for your use. I love side-snapping bibs for a lot of reasons, mostly because they can be unsnapped while baby is sleeping. You do not have to use snaps for this pattern. You can also use Velcro if you'd prefer...
This past week I had the pleasure of finally cutting into some advanced yardage from the new Cloud9 Faraway Places collection. It took me a long time to figure out what I wanted to do with all of this beautiful fabric! After buying a pair of boots for my daughter that didn't work out, I figured out the perfect project; the Geranium dress in a size 10. This was my first time working from the larger sized pattern. I usually stick with baby dresses (they are so cute!). Like the smaller version, the larger Geranium uses medium weight woven cotton. ...