I love tester roundups! It’s such a fun way to share with you the amazing work of all the lovely testers who helped me along the usually long and laborious journey of releasing a new pattern. So without further delay, let me introduce the wonderful testers of the Patti Pocket Skirt re-launch!Click here if you would like to continue reading
My amazing testers let me drag them through a super fast testing process for the Krissa Crop and were such great sports about it! For that reason, not everyone got to whip up & photograph fully finished versions of their tops. I do have a few rock star testers here that were able to do so and I cant wait to show you what they’ve made!
Today for the Roksi Trio Sewalong I am going to go into a little more detail about the Roksi Trio, as well give you some inspiration to give you some ideas to make the Roksi unique to you!
Welcome to day one of the Roksi Trio sewalong! The Roksi Trio is a fairly simple pattern, but we still have a lot to cover. I am very excited for you to join me as I break down the construction of the Roksi step-by-step, go over multiple hack possibilities, and alleviate any pain points (looking at you, clean finished hem!)
I am so excited to announce the Patti Pocket Skirt Spring Blog Tour!!
When I released the Patti Pocket Skirt it was fall, and then I had a holiday themed sewalong. So I thought spring would be the perfect time to do a Blog Tour and really showcase the skirts seasonal versatility.
AND I’m extra excited because I have so many AMAZING bloggers signed up for the tour. I’m so honored at how many of them said yes to sew up my pattern. I cant wait to see all their Patti Pocket Skirts made up in springy fabrics!
When I was asking folks to join the tour, I chose people who I knew have very bright, cheery aesthetics when it comes to their makes. I cant wait to see what they come up with. I hope this blog tour inspires you in your own creative journey as the weather get warmer and the days last longer.
Tune in later to see a sneak peek from our first participant, Megan!
I can’t believe its Day 6!!! Construction is well under way and after today it will really start looking like a skirt!