Then I needed to learn how to accomplish the new style of creating my patterns. Keep in mind that I am self-taught on the computer and don't have fancy programs that help with the pattern drafting. So while investigating how to create PDF patterns I came across a post by BurdaStyle that I thought was very helpful. By using this process the patterns will work for both A4 and letter size paper.
In the future all my new designs will have this type of PDF pattern look. I have plans to start changing up my older designs for this as well. This will be a slow process because I want to take pictures of the construction process and include them as well.
All that being said, please be patient with the process. I value my customers and want them to enjoy sewing up my patterns and I think this will help.
I have had a few of you vote for your favorite option for the sew along. At this point the Espresso design is winning!
Most of the sew-alongs that I have been looking into has a badge. I'm a newbie to this process and am not sure of the purpose of the badge except to add it to your own blog. So anyone out there that understands this concept please leave a comment and let me know too. In any case I guess I'll make a badge to put on here for the sew along.
I you haven't already voted for your favorite go ahead and do so now. At the end of the month I'll pick the winner and get started on a tentative schedule. At that time I will also start including a supplies list and links where you can purchase them.
Until next time....