The Cottage Mama Sewing Pattern Blog Tour ~ Wrap Up!

Our Sewing Patterns Blog Tour has finally come to an end.  I have had so much fun seeing the amazing looks these these creative, talented women have come up with using my pattern designs.  I think it is so inspring to see how the same pattern can be made into different looks depending on the fabric selection, use of trims and slight alteration of the design.  These women all did an amazing job and I can’t thank them enough for joining us on this tour!

I know it can be a little scary coming up with your own pattern design, but I believe a great gateway into pattern design can be taking pre-existing patterns and making them your own.  Once you’ve mastered that skill, you will feel more comfortable starting to draft your very own patterns.  So, I encourage you to take your favorite sewing pattern and make it your own…….I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the creativity that is within all of us.  It’s in there, trust me, you just need to start thinking outside the box.

Here is a little recap of some of the looks we’ve seen over the last several weeks……..

Charlotte Apron Dress
Run Around Romper
Ruby Ruffle Dress
All of The Cottage Mama Sewing Patterns can be purchased through our website:  
All Sewing Pattern Blog Tour posts can be found HERE.
Again, I have thoroughly enjoyed being able to share these beautiful creations with you all and I hope you have enjoyed this tour as well.  I’ve got some really fun things to share with you coming up and I’m looking forward to getting back on the blog myself with some new FREE patterns, tutorials and handmade business posts.  Thanks so much for reading!

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  1. I had so much fun following along – there were some really amazing versions! Congratulations on patterns well done 🙂

  2. Thanks for offering your patterns. They are great!

  3. Thanks for having us! xoxoxo

  4. It was so fun to see what everyone created! Your patterns are beautiful! 🙂

  5. thanks again for having me!

  6. What a great hop and loved seeing everyone’s version of your patterns. They were all so beautiful! Thanks for sharing your patterns with us as well as introducing some, new to me, creative and inspiring folks. Looking forward to what you have coming next.

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  8. Nice dresses! Your creations look good on them. payroll solutions

  9. Took two classes with Lindsey at Martha Pullen’s School (pre-day) this week. I encourage everyone who can catch a class with her to do so. When she says you can finish a dress in one day, she means it and ladies, these are lined dresses with fancy trims, etc. Not just a straight lined A-line. She’s very talented and very helpful. She is not one of those teachers who hangs over your shoulder either. So, I mean it. If you can take a class from her or get her to come to your guild…do it! Thanks Lindsey. Cort

  10. Wow, these are amazing. Did you develop all of these patterns yourself? And do you sell any of your patterns or do you just sell the actual dresses?