Indie pattern overload!

I may have gone a little nuts in the past week but with Easter and the long weekend coming up I went a bit mad buying up all the indie sewing patterns I’ve been coveting from afar!

It’s my own fault though. When they say there’s a flat postage rate I always just figure I might as well get everything I was ever planning to get in one go. It’s economical really…

   
 They’re beautiful! I’m really looking forward to getting my teeth into these.

I also got hold of 2 PDF patterns – the Jamie Christina Sol hoodie and the Closet Case Nettie bodysuit/ dress pattern.

Now I’ve just got to hunker down and get the scissors out!

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  1. Oooh now you are tempting me. The Sewaholic trench coat pattern looks like it could be used to make something divine. I haven’t bought any indie patterns (apart from those in Tilly’s book). Now I really want to! p.s. “getting my teeth into these”, hehehe πŸ˜‰

    1. Lol. You should! I’m a big fan of indie patterns. I find the instructions are miles better than the ones from the big companies. At least all the ones I’ve used so far have been good!

  2. I too have been covering the sewaholic coat pattern… I just don’t think my sewing skills are up to it yet πŸ™‚ I have a bad habit I’m trying to break, of using “shortcuts” aka doing things wrong. I just get so impatient… I look forward to seeing what you make with these!

    1. I haven’t made any coats/ jackets before so it’ll be a test of my sewing skills for sure! I just need to find some fab fabric for it. The line drawing looks awesome though so I’m hoping whatever I make looks a bit like it!

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