Friday, January 3, 2014

Sewing in the New Year With Seamingly Smitten Patterns

In these break days during the holiday season I've finally organized my scattered craft space and am working on my long neglected want-to-sew pattern list.  I especially want to sew up some wearables for myself & my little miss now that we've gotten a full dose of snow and need to stay warm. 

My lovely sponsor, Seamingly Smitten, has a new perfect-for-winter pattern I'm ready to try and some fan favorites that are ideal for the frosty days ahead.  

Check out these "warm you up" styles:

Women's Reversible Vest Pattern.  Pick out a cuddly faux fur fabric and use it to make a super stylish winter vest (aka gilet).  

It has 3 lengths and also works with sherpa, flannel, fleece & flannel, so you can make lots of great versions to layer all season.  I'm combing through my stash to put one together myself, so stay tuned for my vest reveal.

There's also another great layering option with this Women's Draped Cardigan Pattern:

3 hem lengths, short & long sleeve options AND the choice of hemmed or ruffle front make this another really versatile pattern:

Or go for something for the little ladies with the Sadie Grace Nightgown Pattern.  It has a sweet tie front and sizing for 6 months to 8 years.

It works well with pretty prints and soft flannels and is easy enough for a beginner, so an ideal project if learning to sew is on your list for 2014.

Seamingly Smitten patterns provide:
  • Tons of detailed photos
  • Easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions
  • Photos for each step (no more guessing what the wording actually means!)
  • Tutorial-style directions
  • Sizing charts to get the right fit
  • Instant downloads so you can start sewing right away

Through 1/5/14 save 50% OFF Women's YOGA Pants sewing pattern too.  With 4 lengths, hidden pocket and fold over waist, these are a great all-season pant.

Plus, receive a coupon for 25% off your next purchase
 with any $10 minimum pattern purchase!! 

And you can keep up with Seamingly Smitten on Facebook, by newsletter and on the Seamingly Smitten blog, where Jenny shares some great sewing tips and free tutorials. Lots of good ways to keep sewing what it should be - fun & easy!

I received compensation for this post. The opinions are completely my own, based on my honest experience using patterns from this shop.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Cheryl!! I hope you LOVE sewing your own Fur Vest!! It's soooo warm and simple to make!!


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