Our Lark Variation Packs are Here!

April 24, 2017   /   byJen  / Categories :  Feeds

We have an exciting variation pack that is perfect for you beginning sewers out there. With the Lark Tee pattern you can make a crew neck, scoop neck and v- neck tee shirt. For sleeves you can choose a cap sleeve, three quarters or long sleeve. That’s a lot of choices right?! Well we are about to give you more. We’re not larking… With the Lark Dress Variation Pack you will get the pattern pieces and instructions to make these wearable variation equations… here’s some of the math we did 🙂

  • boat neck + mini skirt length = sailor dress
  • turtle neck +  straight skirt +  long sleeve = perfect for San Fran
  • cowl neck + mini skirt length + three quarter length sleeves = museum day

There’s more! We also released a Lark Cardigan Variation Pack. We read all of your comments on Instagram last week and we gathered that you need a spring cardigan. Voila! Hop on over to our store where you can find all of the possibilities! 

 

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