The answer, of course, is emphatically YES.
In fact, just recently I’ve designed a Momoko funerary gown for the final act, even though I’m still filming Act IV. Stop-motion photography is very time-consuming, but be patient, my fans, friends, and family! The digital play’s the thing! The show must go on!
So this month I’ve got a couple of Valentine’s Day dress patterns I’d like to share with you (of the modern variety), and then I’ll post Juliet’s funerary gown patterns and tutorials when Valentine’s Day has passed. So stick with me. There are lots of great things to come on ChellyWood.com!
All of my free, printable sewing patterns are found on this page, and this video tutorial can give you a few tips and pointers about how to print my patterns. I use a 1/4 to 1/8-inch seam allowance, depending on the pattern. But if you have any questions that aren’t answered here, don’t hesitate to contact me.
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