The Yearly Give Thanks Pattern Sale is On!

November 23, 2017   /   byJen  / Categories :  Feeds

It’s that time of year again, where we start looking back on the previous months and planning for the upcoming year. We have a lot to be thankful for around Grainline HQ, but most of all you! We love interacting with each and every one of you who’ve sewn a pattern, commented on a post, emailed us, etc. To show our appreciation we hold one sale a year, which starts today! Use the code GIVETHANKS2017 at checkout to take 20% off your pattern order at checkout.

The details on this years Give Thanks Sale are as follows…
-Sale includes both digital and printed patterns.
-The sale excludes wholesale orders, gift cards, and the Stowe Bag.
-Enter the code GIVETHANKS2017 at checkout for 20% off your purchase.
-The sale ends at 11:59 CST on Monday November, 27th. No exceptions.
-Make sure you enter the code exactly as written above.
-We are unable to retroactively apply the discount if you forget to apply it at checkout so don’t forget!

That’s all you need to know. We hope you enjoy your Thanksgiving festivities!

Thank you!


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