Testing a pattern is a big part of the development process. As a designer, I couldn’t do my job without it, and I always appreciate the amount of time and effort – let alone fabric! – my testers put in to each test. I enjoy meeting and connecting with other sewists from around the world
This is always a fun post to put together. I love seeing all of the tester photos in one place and seeing the culmination of the work we did together. It really is one of my favorite parts of pattern development. I think it brings me back to my custom fitting days. Even though we
It takes a lot of work to test a pattern, but it is always one of my favorite parts of pattern development. I enjoy connecting with and meeting other sewists from around the world during testing. I always feel like I have new friends after finishing a pattern test. I want to thank all of
I’m excited to share all of the wonderful tester versions of the Girls’ Fringe! The pattern was released right before the Christmas holiday so there was a bit of a delay for me to get the tester post up for you. But now that we are officially in 2019 and back to a semi-normal schedule,
Thank you all so much for the warm reception of the Orchid Midi and Parasol patterns. It was so fun to collaborate with Celina of Ensemble Patterns. We are really proud of the patterns we created and all of the ways they can be combined. We look forward to seeing how you make these patterns your
This is my favorite post to put together! It’s so fun to see all of these Pixie Tees in one place. I am sending out a HUGE thank you to the 42 testers who volunteered their time and put so much effort into making the Pixie Tee pattern a reality. They offer honest opinions and detailed feedback, and
Thank you all so much for the warm reception of the Pixie Tee pattern! Many of you will have received the Pixie Tee for free if you signed up for the Chalk and Notch Newsletter by June 24th. We hope you enjoy not only this pattern but also the new tutorial layout for Chalk and Notch Patterns.