A couple of announcement for Mom’s Day’s bargains of which I am aware (and you should too):
Save Up to 50% on Select Craftsy Classes!
(This post contains affiliate links which means, I will be compensated if you purchase after clicking these links.)
Don’t miss out on Craftsy‘s Birthday Flash Sale!
Get select online classes at up to 50% off for a limited time only.
You won’t see so many classes with prices this low again soon. Hurry, offer expires May 11th at 11:59pm MT.
My friend and mentor (and affiliate) Lauren Dahl is sharing (as usual) her awesomeness and knowledge:
with a $20 discount FOR THIS WEEKEND ONLY!
Just enroll her Pattern Workshop before the end of the weekend using the code: MOM20
… I would do that, if only I hadn’t already bought it! (One of the best thing I’ve done lately)
Back to business!
My Hands-Free Asymmetrical Bag pattern has been released and, as always happens to me after releasing a pattern, I felt overwhelmed from the huge mass of work is behind a pattern release… so I decide to unplug for a couple of days… that rapidly became a whole week 🙂
I didn’t sit on my hands, believe me, I’ve been busy doing some “dirty job” finalized to realizing my dreams… because I hate to admit there’s a lot behind what you see here in front end!
I’ve been creating a lot of new stuff: a couple of new free pattern for two different guest post (one is including two new-to-me embellishment techniques… I’m having fun playing with it!), drafting my new pattern for sale (and I’m really pleased to see how it’s going) and learning to use a new program for creating instructions and illustrations.
I’d like to thank Lauren Dahl @ Baste+Gather for deciding to release her PatternWorkshop (again, affiliated link) and all the stuff gravitating around it: I feel like home in her group, so many people eating and breathing computer patternmaking, I can’t believe my eyes for how lucky I’ve stumbled on her!
By the way, I’d like to share with you today some of my awesome tester’s versions of the Hands-Free Asymmetrical Bag PDF pattern. You can notice how versatile is this pattern: so many options available!
Here are some, and many others coming during the next days!
Some of the testers from The Crew are also bloggers, and wrote a review for this pattern on their blogs: I’d suggest you to go and read what they had to say.
Here’s the first one, from Bea @ Las Cositas de La Tata has been so fast sewing this bag that left all the other testers behind: one afternoon of work and: that’s it!
Her version is a cream, light brown and white mix of fabrics, with yellow piping… it’s like a big ice cream in my imagination!
I love to see how she appreciated the internal organization with all the pockets full of goodies!
The next one I’m sharing today is Vicky’s (@ Vicky Myers Creations) turquoise version:
She’s new one of the latest additions to The Crew: I was so lucky to have her testing this particular pattern, she’s The Queen of refashioned bags!
She’s a creative mind and always sews without following any pattern… this was her first time with PDF patterns!
She morphed a couple of former skirts into this beauty… look at her zippered pocket and this sky-blue lining
I love this arrowshaped detail… it adds an interesting touch, don’t you think?
Let’s hear what Vicky said about this pattern: “I love the originality of this design, with unique design on the front of the bag. It’s great you that the instructions have suggestions about how to recycle former clothes to make the bag, should you wish. This bag has all the pockets you could wish for, plenty of room for your essentials:)”
Last one for today is Evie’s (@ Sewing4Sofia) bag: she made this fabric in earth shades for the outside, adding a custom bold piping matching with the inside:
She wrote that her 16 years old daughter asked for a Hands-Free Bag too: navy, turquoise and light blue corduroy, lined with candies fabric: yum yum, can’t wait to see it!