I have some unused patterns, in excellent condition, and perfect fall basic pieces. I'm going to paraphrase Debi here from her pattern give-away because I feel the same way.
All I ask is that you do not sell them. Instead use them, cherish them, give them a good home, and when you out grow them, share them.
Are you still interested? Okay. Well, this give-away is open to everyone. I'll mail them out anywhere, all you have to do is leave a comment about what you are sewing right now. I'll draw for these on the evening of Friday, September 8th.
There are four patterns in this give-away that cover all the basic bases: shirts, skirts, pants, jackets, and turtleneck tops.
Shirt A thru D have front gathered into buttoned front bands with collar, neckband and sleeve variations, back has darts and yoke.
Pattern contains sizes 4-6-8-10.
Knit tops in two lengths have back zipper and stand up collar. A, B, and C are semi-fitted. D, E, and F are relaxed fit. A, C, D, and E have long sleeves. B and F have short sleeves. Suitable for Overlock/Serger.
Pattern is sized for stretch knits only, sizes 6, 8, 10.
Pencil skirt has high waist, darts, back slit and zipper. Skirt A is above knee and has pockets, skirt B is mid-knee length and has buttoned tabs, skirt C is 7" below mid-knee and has carriers for a purchased belt.
Pattern contains sizes 4-6-8-10-12.
Loose-fitting, lined jacket (two lengths) has long sleeves, side pockets and back vent. Loose-fitting straight-legged pants (two lengths), below waist, have waistband, carriers, pockets and mock-fly zipper. C above ankle.
Pattern contains sizes 6-8-10.
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