First, I wanted to thank you for all your support and great response to the Flora Skirt PDF Pattern. It has been wonderful!
I have loved to see all the testers’ amazing creations, full of creativity. I am amazed by the designs and how they have made the skirt to be a great, all year long skirt pattern.
So, here are the pictures of the patterns and the links to thorough testers’ reviews on their sites:
Maggie has made this beautiful color blocking Flora skirt by using cotton stretch fabric. Check on her blog for full details on how to adjust the length of the skirt easily!
Pam, the blogger behind Josephine Sews has decided to test the skirt with her sewing student. They both fell in love with the whimsical and creative aspect of it!
So, much that after her testing skirt, Pam decided to make a second one, this time for herself <3
This is the perfect combination of the whimsical look of the skirt and fine lines of the design. Gorgeous green BTW!
Midi Flora skirt by Luam
Another Flora skirt with the front straps. You can use the options as you wish and create the skirt you love.
Thank you for visiting us today. I am very excited to announce my participation on Love Sewing Magazine November issue.
On that page you will find our collection of free sewing patterns for women, kids and men.
We also have an ETSY STORE, where you will find unique and modern sewing pattern for women.
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Love Sewing Magazine is a British Sewing Magazine that is delighting to present beautiful sewing projects and patterns to make.
If you visit Love Sewing Magazine website, you will notice the magazine is proudly to introduce amazing dress sewing patterns in every issue. You can also find great interviews and insightful sewing tutorials with (the great) Alison Smith.
I was very happy to contribute with one of the most popular patterns of this year…
The Jeannette Dress pattern
I was over the moon when contacted to participate on November issue. Love Sewing Magazine and its editor Amy have been great to work with; plus, they offer great sewing material to work with.
What you can get this month:
You can get a free printed pattern of the Jeannette Dress on this issue, plus some of my favorite indie pattern designers out there:
Meagan Nielsen Patterns
To get your magazine, visit Love Sewing Magazine here