- Bonnell Dress by Dixie DIY
- Cookie Blouson by Waffle Patterns
- Cressida Skirt by Jennifer Lauren Vintage Patterns
- Melissa Dress, Blouse & Skirt by Muse Patterns
- Mississippi Ave Dress & Top by Sew House Seven
- the NEW Saltbox Top by Blueprints for Sewing
- the NEW Sorrel Dress & Top by Seamster Sewing Patterns
- Sugar Plum Dress by Lolita Patterns
- Sutton Blouse by True Bias
- Ultimate Trousers by Sew Over It
The Saltbox by Blueprints for Sewing and Sorrel Dress & Top by Seamster Sewing Patterns are brand new patterns that are being released with the bundle. During the sale you can only buy them as part of the bundle.
Pay what you want for the bundle! The more you pay, the more rewards you'll receive.
- Pay $25 or more to get the Sutton Blouse, Cressida Skirt, Sugar Plum Dress, Mississippi Ave Dress & Top, and the Ultimate Trousers.
- Pay $32 or more to get the Cookie Blouson and Bonnell Dress.
- Pay $38 or more to get the Melissa Dress, Blouse & Skirt, the NEW Saltbox Top, and the NEW Sorrel Dress & Top.
- The 10 people who spend the most will get printed copy shop versions of the patterns mailed to them as a free bonus.
It can have a vintage look to it when sewn in a fabric such as rayon challis or something with some drape to it. It can have a more modern look to it when sewn in a crisp linen or cotton.
Double Gauze is a bit thicker so I used some purchased bias binding to finish the arms and neckline. I I love this Mississippi Top so much, that I just need to hem a dress from this same pattern. The neckline, fit and front panel all combine for such a fabulous look. My only adjustment was to lengthen the bodice above the waist by 1". I did omit the ties at the shoulders and do like this look, once again the thickness of my fabric was the consideration for the change.
Don't forget to head over to purchase your bundle before the day ends, you will love all the patterns. Check out the other participating bloggers to see the fabulous garments made from the patterns
- Almond Rock
- Casa Crafty
- Girls in the Garden
- Grey's Fabric & Notions
- Handmade by Carolyn
- House of Pinheiro
- How Good is That?
- Idle Fancy
- Lucky Lucille
- Miss Crayola Creepy
- Pretty Girls Sew
- Scruffy Badger Time
- Sew Busy Lizzy
- Sew Sweetness
- Ten Thousand Hours of Sewing
- Thread Theory
- Workroom Social
My tip for the day.... On fabrics that are hard to tell right/wrong side, for example my double gauze. I write on the pattern instruction sheet if it is RST or WST, using a pen that disappears with heat (iron touches it). I really like this especially when I start a project and don't get back to it for a few days. Saves time and frustration!