I am so thrilled to have this post for you today! A while back a gorgeous Jasper hack popped up in my feed. Lindsey from Stannel had used another tutorial on the Jasper to make a collar with a crossover front. She mentioned wanting to do a tutorial in Dutch, so I asked if I could post it here too, and she said yes. This one will be in English, you can read the Dutch version on Lindsy’s blog. Take it away Lindsy!
I thought it high time for another round up of the gorgeous garments I’ve seen popping up. The Onyx was our best seller for a while, but last month the Jasper has taken over again – it seems people have autumn on their mind already! What i also love is that several people have either made more than one of our patterns, or made the same pattern more than once. Isn’t that just the best compliment? Well it is to someone who rarely makes a pattern twice :) And it appears the Onyx crop top (View B) is perfect for combining in a two piece setacular, be it with a skirt or pants. Enjoy these gorgeous makes, I hope you’ll find some inspiration in here!
When you open the Onyx .zip file, you might find that we have organised the files a little different from usual. This has to do with the size chart and drafting methods that we have chosen. You can read about the why of this in this post. Here I’ll show you how you can find the right size easily.
A couple of amazing Jaspers have popped up in the last month, and I thought I’d share them with you. The amazing thing with creativity is that it takes every person in a different direction. I think a pattern only comes to its full potential when sewed up by other people than the designer. The makes below prove my point!
One of the reasons I like a pattern in PDF form is that it is not a static product. A digital product can be altered even after people have bought it. Even though a pattern has gone through a thorough testing phase, there’s always things that can come up later. Sometimes it’s just a typo, other times it is the wording of an instruction step, sometimes it’s something in the pattern design. Different people notice different things – it cannot be avoided.