I hope you all are having a great Mother’s Day. Natasha has designed two super cute cut files for you to add to your creations.
You can download this one by clicking here.
You can download this one by clicking here.
An was a super tester in the wonderful group we had. I’m a big animal lover, especially because these amazing photos are of my favourite breed, Maine Coons.
She was kind enough to leave her first footrest version for the cattery kittens to keep. How sweet! An quickly whipped up a toddler version for her new kittens.
An writes a lovely review of her testing experience in her blogpost.
Please give it a read 🙂
‘Sew happy’ for her and the kittens who will be joining their family soon! 😉
The Bolster Beanbag release, Tuesday 27th of August 2019.
This is the first sewing pattern I have designed. It has been a dream of mine since I was 10. My son was the inspiration behind this pattern.
There are 4 sizes to choose from:
Footrest: perfect name for its use but also great as bed for a small pet.
Toddler: as the name suggests, perfect for a toddler or small child.
Kids/Adult: Great all-rounder for the family.
Adult Plus: This is the big-boy! I always see listings for the HUGE beanbags that one could dream of. This size for sure is a winner.
There are 3 shapes for the top of the beanbag; round, moon and sofa.
The Bolster Beanbag has a removable outer cover to allow for easy machine washing. Perfect to curl up to read a book, catch up on the latest Netflix show or just lounge around on this comfy, cushy beanbag.
Always great to remember dreams do come true! Thank you Gail for making it possible for me.
Challenge: Organise your Sewing Space (Accepted)
Wow! I can’t believe the first week of 2019 is already over. It’s been a crazy busy week at our place with lots of cleaning and organising.
We decided to move my fabric table out to the carport to give the inside sewing/computer area more space, now that it’s finished it’s amazing, I even managed to fit two extra cupboards in for some more storage.
I also managed to sew a cover for my sewing machine to stop little monsters trying to play with it while I’m not sewing. Now to make one for the other machines too.
Are you joining the 52 Week Sewing Challenge this year? It’s not too late for more info about how you can join in read my post here. I hope you have all enjoyed some sewing time over Christmas and would love to see your creations in the Flosstyle Fair Group.
x Gail x
Goodness this year has flown by! Hard to believe there is only 1 month left to the year and we will soon to welcoming 2019. Flosstyle has some great things in store for the upcoming year! If you haven’t signed up for the newsletter and would like to, be sure to do so on the homepage. The newsletter will keep you up to date with all the fresh happenings with Flosstyle. You can also join the Facebook group, to keep up.
We recently celebrated 7,000 members in the Facebook group and gave out prizes to 7 individuals. Congrats on your win and please contact the Flosstyle page to claim your prize if you have yet to do so.
We will be having a bigger giveaway once we reach 8k members and I hear there are several fabric designers and other pattern designers involved!!!
To start off the Holiday season I have 3 vinyl files for you! They’re completely free and a gift from Flosstyle to you! But be sure to stay tuned for another freebie I have in the works. Any guesses what it may be? Hint: soft and cuddly
You can find the free svg files here.
Hello everyone, I’m Jen! I’ve been working with Gail for a little over 6 months and I realized I never introduced myself to the Flosstyle community. I happened upon Flosstyle 2 years ago while on the hunt for a preemie/newborn outfit. Of course, the Itty Bitty came highly recommended in the large PDF group on Facebook.
I made the Itty Bitty for a Harry Potter loving friend. The dress fabric was from Joanns and the Kimono top was from Backstitch.
I live in Tennessee with my wonderful husband and 4 children. The kiddos range from 11 years old to newborn. 4 weeks ago we added our newest member to my family. Here he is in his own Itty Bitty set!
I’m sure you all have seen Shawn before, I started on the Flosstyle Marketing team sewing for her.
I started sewing when I was a kid. I remember being really little and sitting with my great grandmother “helping” her sew mine and my sister’s clothing. Most techniques I learned from my dad though. He also would make mine and my sister’s dresses for special occasions, Easter and etc.
Anyways, I’m happy to be a part of Flosstyle and I’m excited for all the things yet to come!!!