August is Pattern Hacking Month!

July 14, 2017   /   bymeg  / Categories :  Feeds

Great news: August is Pattern Hacking Month at the Curvy Sewing Collective!

What does that mean? Well, as we did for our past theme months, we’ll have a combination of inspirational and how-to posts on altering sewing patterns to achieve a specific look or stretch out the utility of a favorite, well-fitting pattern. Tutorials, round-ups, tips and tricks… everything you need to get hacking! Get your scissors, tracing paper and creativity ready!

To join in the pattern hacking fun on social media, use the Pattern Hacking Month hashtag, #Curvysewinghacks! If you’ve got an idea for a post, or want to share the details of a hack you’ve done, comment below or send us a message!

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