Due to the digital patterns, no refunds will be offered once the file has been downloaded. If you encounter a problem with the pattern, please message me and I’ll be happy to fix and it send you a new copy. If you happen to purchase two of the same pattern, we can arrange for an exchange.
Fabric Returns: Please inspect the contents of your package as soon as your order arrives. Your satisfaction is very important to us. If for any reason you are unhappy with your order, you can return your item(s). All refunds are issued against your original form of payment, minus return shipping. Fabrics which are cut, washed, or altered are not eligible for a refund or exchange.
Most of our patterns are rated for confident beginners. This means that you should be able to understand basic sewing terms and have the patience to take it slowly. You can always ask in our facebook group or message us for help.
All of the patterns that were created after July 2015 include the A0 option. You’ll see this information in each pattern listing as well.
Goldilegs Jeans, Fauna Shrug, Muse Playsuit, Women’s and Girls Shirtzie, Huntsman Men’s shirt, Beauty Boatneck, Merryweather Top & Dress, Kids Scrundlewear, Aurora Kids dress, Charming Tank, Women’s and Kid’s Copenhagen Boardshorts, Jack’s and Arcadia Joggers, Bunzies, Neverland Tee, Mary Peplum, Fairytale Frock, and all other pattern made in 2017 and later.
You’ll find printing instructions in each pattern instructions. You should open the pattern in Adobe Reader (download the free version if you don’t have it already), note which pages you’d like to print by checking page 2, or check the chart titled “Print by Size” and then click ‘print’.
Make sure you select “size” then “custom scale 100%” OR “actual size” and “auto portrait/landscape”.
Follow the instructions in the pattern for piecing the pages together.
Each pattern has a Quick Page Reference on page 2, look there for which page has “fabric” or “fabric requirements” on it. Also, our new patterns all have the requirements on the title page which are listed in the photos in the listings.
No, you don’t. You can use your regular sewing machine to sew knits. Check your owner’s manual for which stitches work well for stretch fabrics. Almost all machines have a zig zag stitch, that is my go-to stretch stitch. You just have to shorten the stitch length (bringing the zigs and zags closer together), be sure that you are sewing using the proper seam allowance, and trim off the seam allowance after each step.
Raw Edge– the edge of a piece of fabric that is not finished; the cut edge of fabric.
Right Side- the pretty side of the fabric, what you want to see on the outside when finished.
RSF- right sides facing, also called RST in other patterns which means right sides together.
WSF- wrong sides facing, also called WST in other patterns which means wrong sides together.
Press- using an appropriately hot iron to remove wrinkles or to crispen seams. When pressing, you should lift the iron to move to the next area to be pressed as to not distort the fabric.
Basting Stitch- a stitch used to temporarily hold two fabrics together that can be taken out later, also used to gather fabric. Use the longest straight stitch length setting on your machine to achieve a baste stitch.
SA- seam allowance, the distance between the edge of the fabric and the sewn line.
CL or C/L – Cotton lycra
DBP – double brushed polyester fabric
FH – a fat half yard. 28in x 36in.
FOE – fold over elastic
HOBF – heavy organic bamboo fleece (400 gsm)
HTV – Heat transfer vinyl
OBF – organic bamboo fleece
OBV – organic bamboo velour
PUL – polyurethane laminate (waterproof fabric used with diapers, period panties, cloth panty liners, etc. to prevent leakage)
RTW – ready-to-wear (i.e. clothes you buy at a store)
SHOBF – super heavy organic bamboo fleece (500 gsm)