Exciting News!

Exciting news from Sewaholic Patterns! As we’ve hinted at in social media, the month of May was very busy for Sewaholic! While there’s certainly lots of big things going on behind the scenes, we’re ready to spill the beans on a few!


For over 6 years, Spool of Thread Sewing Lounge has proudly carried Sewaholic Patterns at our brick and mortar retail shop in Vancouver, BC. A few months ago, Tasia popped by our shop and approached us about taking over Sewaholic Patterns for her. We really couldn’t have been more excited (and honoured).

Sewaholic is so closely tied to Vancouver, with many of the patterns named after some of our favourite streets and places here in the Vancouver area. We think that Sewaholic is a perfect sister company to our modern fabric shop.

For long time blog readers you’ve seen Spool of Thread Sewing Lounge featured on Sewaholic over the years. We’ve had the pleasure of hosting the wonderful Sewaholic book launch party.

The last month and a half has been a time of transition here at Sewaholic. Tasia is also here a bit behind the scenes, working with us to ensure a smooth transition over the next few months and lending a hand with our next few pattern releases!

One thing we always knew about Sewaholic Patterns is that the community here is amazing. Tasia has always spoken highly of you, and she wanted to write a message to you all:

I started the business in 2010 with a little bit of savings and a lot of energy. I’m amazed at how far we’ve come, and grateful for the success of Sewaholic Patterns so far. Our patterns are sold worldwide and translated into three languages. We’re known for writing great instructions, designing patterns that quickly became wardrobe favourites, and creating clothing that’s different from what’s already out there.

I’m super excited about the transition to the new owners. It won’t be me behind the scenes, but all the things we stand for will live on. And now a super cool, local company that totally ‘gets’ what’s awesome about sewing your own clothes will be stepping in to take over.

Henry and Lili really are the perfect fit: they know fabric inside and out, they teach sewing classes so they’ve got first-hand experience watching people sew from patterns, and they’re totally on top of what’s happening in the sewing industry. They’re Vancouver-based so all of the Vancouver-area pattern names make sense. They’ll bring fresh energy to the company and I’m super excited to see where they take the business! I’ve brought it this far. They’ll take it to the next level.

Thanks for the adventure. I’m so grateful and it’s an experience I’ll never forget, no matter where life takes me. Please join me in wishing Lili, Henry and the team at Spool of Thread all the best as they take on this exciting new venture!


Like Tasia mentioned, we are excited! We’re excited to continue the amazing standard and reputation for well designed patterns that Sewaholic has set. We’re excited to continue to spread our love of sewing independent patterns. We’re excited to continue the amazing Sewaholic community, fully knowing the wonderful work Tasia and her team have completed. We’re excited to take all of this and provide all of you with sewing patterns to love.


And, we’re also excited to announce that we’ve reprinted 4 previous favourites… The Belcarra, Renfrew, Cambie and Minoru patterns. Wahoo! We’re super glad to have them back on paper. Order here today, or look for them at your favourite Sewaholic Patterns retailer soon!

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78 Responses to Exciting News!

  1. Tina June 2, 2016 at 1:03 pm #

    What will become of the Sewaholic Blog and the tutorials Tasia has blogged about over the years? What is Tasia doing now?

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 1:11 pm #

      Hey Tina! Everything will remain on the blog. We’re super excited about creating new posts for the blog including tutorials, and have already started working on new sewing patterns. We can’t wait to carry on the Sewaholic tradition that Tasia established.

      – Lili

  2. Tina June 2, 2016 at 1:05 pm #

    Also, what about the pdf patterns I have purchased and have access through the website? Will I still be able to log in the same way?

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 1:11 pm #

      Yep! The website is the same!

  3. Rebecca June 2, 2016 at 1:08 pm #

    Oh…I knew something big was in the making. I wish Tasia all the best on future endeavours and hope Henry and Lilli understand that Sewaholic was a huge online presence – giving the rest of the world some of that Vancouver style. Please don’t forget us…

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 1:13 pm #

      We’re super excited to carry on where Tasia left off! Henry, the new members of the Sewaholic team and I are looking forward to working in this space and sharing our deep (sounds like shared ;) ) love for Vancouver and sewing!

  4. lisa g June 2, 2016 at 1:23 pm #

    I think Tasia’s Sewaholic blog was the first sewing blog I ever came across, googling how to line a dress or something, so many years ago. Until then I had no idea an online sewing community existed! Her voice and blog presence will be dearly missed – I wish her all the best!

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 7:50 pm #

      Thanks, Lisa!

    • Catherine June 8, 2016 at 11:27 am #

      I had the same experience, Tasia has taught me a lot in the last 3 years. I’ll miss you Tasia. Good luck in whatever you decide to do next. I wish you all the best.

  5. Meredith June 2, 2016 at 1:33 pm #

    I’m so sorry to see Tasia go! But I know we all have to follow where life takes us, so I wish her all the best in her new ventures.

    Will you continue to design for pear shaped figures? Sewaholic patterns fit me in a way that other modern indie designers don’t. I’d hate to lose my one source of flattering, modern yet classic patterns! Please keep designing for us non-waifish ladies!

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 8:00 pm #

      Hey Meredith! We’ve maintained many of Sewaholic’s staff, so you can bet our future patterns are going to be very much in the same feeling as under Tasia.

      • C June 3, 2016 at 9:18 am #

        I would also like to keep seeing patterns specifically drafted for pear shapes, not just that they have “the same feeling as under Tasia.” Because of Tasia I have pants that fit (Thurlows as originally drafted, and different modifications) and tops that I love (Renfrew, Belcarra, going to make up the Oakridge sometime) and jackets that I aspire to make because I know will have the hip width that I need to walk in. Please keep it pear shaped.

        Tasia, wishing you all the best.
        Lili and Henry, also hoping the best for you all.

      • julia June 9, 2016 at 3:40 pm #

        I’d like to add my voice to C and Meredith’s in hoping that Sewaholic patterns will retain their distinctive pear-shaped block and sizing. I’ve been reading the Sewaholic blog for years but have never before commented (because I’m shy on the internet), so maybe that’s some indication of how strongly I feel about this!

        Sewaholic patterns are some of the very few where I can read the sizing chart and see numbers that relate to each other the same way my own measurements do, instead of seeing myself all over the map. It may sound like a minor thing, but having designs and sizing that accept and celebrate your proportions is powerful. I can alter other patterns to fit, but so often I feel like the fundamental design is still working against me, simply because it was created with a differently proportioned body in mind.

        Sewaholic patterns made me stop feeling badly about my shape, and trying to convince myself I was actually an hourglass (that way led to so many uncomfortable clothes!). The very top of my to-sew list has been dominated by Sewaholic patterns because of this clear point of view. While I’m sure the new owners have lots of exciting ideas and plans, and a right to take the brand where they want, I very much hope that Sewaholic’s embrace of the beauty of pear-shaped proportions won’t be lost along the way.

        (and, in the same vein, I’d absolutely support the goal of increasing the size range! Seems to me that it gets even harder to find drafting that makes sense for pear-shaped proportions as you head into larger sizes)

        • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:16 pm #

          Julia, thank you for sharing your post. We’ll be working with the same pattern block as Tasia so that the proportions will remain the same.

          – Lili

  6. Lindsay June 2, 2016 at 1:35 pm #

    Wow! Sad to see Tasia leave the company but best wishes to all :)

  7. Sarah June 2, 2016 at 1:48 pm #

    Tasia and Sewaholic patterns held my hand while I taught myself to sew! I jumped in the deep end with a Minoru and never looked back!

    All the best to Tasia and looking forward to seeing what’s in store for the future :-)

  8. Amber Hunter June 2, 2016 at 2:05 pm #

    I was wondering if you might be considering upping the size range?

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 8:00 pm #

      Thanks Amber for the suggestion! We’ll keep that in mind.

    • Shelly June 3, 2016 at 6:00 am #

      I would love this too! I’ve been watching the Sewaholic blog since its inception, hoping for a larger size range!

      • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:17 pm #

        Thanks for the feedback, Shelly!

  9. Amanda June 2, 2016 at 2:28 pm #

    Happy that Sewaholic will continue to run and I’m sure this is the best for Tasia, but I have to admit that this was sad to hear! I too followed Tasia since before she launched Sewaholic and her tutorials and voice were always so helpful, positive, and inspiring. I once asked myself what indie pattern company would I work for if I could and Sewaholic was it! Just seemed like a friendly, down-to-earth crew. Tasia, if you’re reading this I just wanted to say thanks for all that you’ve contributed to the home sewing world and you will be missed!

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 8:13 pm #

      I think that friendly, down-to-earth vibe is one of my favourite parts of Sewaholic too. At our retail shop, we strive to make sure that everyone is inspired and welcome. That’s the only way to be!

      – Lili

    • zilredloh June 3, 2016 at 7:38 am #

      My feelings exactly match yours Amanda, ditto on this.

  10. Bel June 2, 2016 at 3:01 pm #

    Dear Tasia
    Thanks for all the sewing patterns and help you have given me over the years. It was also truly inspirational hearing how your business grew and grew.
    I wish you all the best and trust the new owners will keep your vision going.

  11. Renee June 2, 2016 at 3:15 pm #

    Sad to see Tasia go but wishing her luck wherever she goes. Sewaholic patterns were the first indie patterns I tried. The thorough instructions helped me sew a much more finished looking garment and really launched me into sewing for myself. I hope that these patterns will still be drafted for a pear shape as I love that these patterns are so much closer to fitting me out of the envelope.

  12. Leigh June 2, 2016 at 3:55 pm #

    Well, the world does change whether we want it to or not. I miss Tasia’s happy presence already.

    So, Tasia, what’s next? Hope all is well with you and best of luck in your next adventure.

  13. Katy June 2, 2016 at 3:57 pm #

    I was sorry that Tasia couldn’t say goodbye to her fans in a personal post. I wish you all the best with Sewaholic going forward. I wear my Minoru jacket all the time.

    • Meredith June 2, 2016 at 4:33 pm #

      Me too! I’d love to hear from her. It sounds like we all have respected and admired her for quite a while! It’s like she’s one of our sewing friends.

  14. Ellen June 2, 2016 at 4:49 pm #

    I’m happy that Sewaholic will continue but sad that Tasia will no longer be part of it :(. However, Tasia you have given so much of yourself to the on-line sewing community, you have impacted solo my sewists and you will be sorely missed! Good Luck and God bless your next adventure

  15. Elle C June 2, 2016 at 5:44 pm #

    Tasia, I am very sorry to see you leave the company you started. You produced some of the best patterns ever. My absolute favorite pattern is Belcarra (I have made 14 of them), MInoru is my second favorite (it is the pattern that I had been looking for for years), and of course Renfrew is awesome. I only hope that one day you once again have an online presence as an individual. In other words, please start another blog, I miss your presence.

    Henry and Lili, I look forward to seeing Sewaholic grow under your leadership. Congratulations on taking over an amazing company with an equally amazing reputation.

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 8:16 pm #

      Thank you Elle!

      – Lili

  16. Nothy Lane June 2, 2016 at 6:11 pm #

    I am ready to support the new owners of Sewaholic and I look forward to all the professional, put-together patterns that will continue. I wish Tasia all the best in her future and thanks for helping me to improve in sewing. Yours was the first indie pattern I bought (the Minoru pattern) and I loved the blog you created Tasia. Good luck with everything.

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 8:16 pm #

      Thanks, Nothy!

  17. Mandy June 2, 2016 at 6:39 pm #

    I’ll echo what others have said… I am happy Sewaholic will be carrying on, and I wish Tasia all the best. I only wish I’d had a chance to wish her all the best before she stepped aside. Tasha, your fresh perspective and helpful tutorials will be missed!

  18. Aura Oriano June 2, 2016 at 8:33 pm #

    Tasia will be missed! I’m excited to follow along with the changes and humbly beg Henry and Lili to hold on to the old content. I haven’t made several patterns that I bought specifically because there are sewalongs for me to refer to.

    Every time I drive by Spool of Thread I always want to go in- this gives me a reason to finally make the time to stop by.

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 2, 2016 at 8:39 pm #

      The content will be here for you, Aura! We’ll see you in the shop sometime soon!

      – Lili

  19. Dante June 2, 2016 at 8:58 pm #

    Oh! I am so sad to see Tasia go! The best to you Tasia whatever you do! I am grateful to hear you will be keeping Tasia’s patterns coming. Her patterns fit me the best of all!!!!!!!!!!!! There is so much I LOVE about her patterns like the way she does side pockets on the Cambie, the Hollyburn. I was just pulling out my summer cloths today and was so happy to be able to slip on one of the 4 variations of the Cambie Dress! Two says ago I finished my first Nicola Dress!
    Blessings to you Tasia! Thank you Spool of Thread!

    • Crystal June 6, 2016 at 8:44 am #

      I also loved seeing all her makes !!

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:18 pm #

      You have an awesome list of Sewaholic makes, Dante! Thank you for the warm wishes.

  20. Hélène Martin June 2, 2016 at 9:38 pm #

    I’ve also been following Tasia since the very start of her blog and will miss her voice dearly. I was so excited when she announced her pattern line! Things have changed very quickly since then with many bloggers now selling patterns too but Sewaholic has always been in a class of its own to me. Good luck with your upcoming endeavors, Tasia. And I look forward to seeing how your vision is carried forth by the new owners!

  21. Sonia June 2, 2016 at 10:52 pm #

    If you read this Tasia, thank you for sharing your creativity, and guiding me towards making my own fitted clothes. Wishing you every success and happiness in your future ventures!

  22. Velosewer June 3, 2016 at 12:33 am #

    Sad to see Tasia go but I do wish her all the best for her future.

    Lil, please keep producing worthwhile patterns because I love my Minoru jackets. It’s such a handy pattern. I’ve still to make my Cordova jacket but it’s in the sewing queue.

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:20 pm #

      I’m glad to hear you love the Minoru! If your sewing queue is anything like mine, I’m sure it’s full of lots of patterns (and keeps getting longer)!

  23. G June 3, 2016 at 1:36 am #

    Well, that’s news! Some of us (me included) have followed Tasia for so long (I think I first followed her on burdastyle.com, even before she had a blog, let alone a pattern company), we feel like she owed it to us to justify the change. Like, I wonder if she’s giving up sewing as a business altogether, starting another business or leaving por personal reasons, wanting to have a family, or hopefully not for health reasons making her not able to carry on with her company. We “feel” she should tell us. But objectively, she doesn’t owe any explanation to anybody. And no matter the reason, I know it wasn’t an easy decision for her. So I just wish her the best in whatever she’ll be doing from now on. I’m glad that her company is sticking around and will be evolving further, and look forward to getting to “know” Henry and Lili. You’re taking over but I say welcome aboard! :)

  24. Sabrina June 3, 2016 at 6:07 am #

    I want to add my voice of appreciation to Tasia. What I always noticed about her work was the extraordinary level of professionalism she brought to both the blog and the patterns. I have missed her voice on the blog as she has refocused her efforts in the last year or so and I am sad to hear she is leaving Sewaholic. I agree with G, however, that she does not owe us any explanation, even if we have sincere reasons for wondering what led to this change. Best of luck to you Tasia — I’m sure that whatever you do next, it will be an excellent and inspiring endeavor.

  25. Sue June 3, 2016 at 8:02 am #

    I agree with K-Line above. It is a sudden and unexpected end of a relationship, albeit an on-line one. I have wondered for some time if there was something wrong and been looking out for an announcement. However, we must accept Tasia’s right to privacy. Tasia, I hope all is well with you. Thank you for the inspiration, the lovely patterns and for sharing your knowledge of sewing! I wish you well wherever you are!

  26. Katherine Rhodes June 3, 2016 at 9:53 am #

    Spool of thread, are you able to let us know why the business was sold?

    Does taking over the pattern company mean that you will start stocking more apparel fabrics ?

    I am sad to see Tasia leave this company, I have been following her forever and it was so nice to see a local pattern maker become so successful. I am happy it was sold to a local company and look forward to seeing the new patterns.

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:25 pm #

      Hey Katherine,

      Yeah! I think we will start working on adding more to our mix! Is there something you’re looking for?

      I can say that a bunch of Liberty prints are on their way to us soon!

      – Lili

  27. Andrea June 3, 2016 at 10:14 am #

    As sad as I am to see Tasia go (though I entirely understand, things change), I’m still excited to see the Sewaholic brand continue.

    Lili, when I ran into you on Granville Island on Monday, you were so excited and enthusiastic. It’s great that Sewaholic is staying in Vancouver, and I wish you two the best of luck.

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:26 pm #

      It was so great to meet you, Andrea! I knew I could spot a Hollyburn a mile away. ;) Hope you guys had a great time in Vancouver.

  28. Kate June 3, 2016 at 10:37 am #

    The Spool of Thread team is amazing and I can’t wait to see where they take the Sewaholic line. Lilli, I would LOVE to see more of these patterns offered as classes at your shop!

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:26 pm #

      Hey Kate!

      Thank you! We’re working on adding a couple to the class schedule now. Any requests?

  29. Erin B June 3, 2016 at 11:16 am #

    I agree with what so many others have already said. Sewaholic was the first sewing blog I realized existed and it feels like Tasia held my hand through learning to sew clothing. I, too have been wondering where she went but must echo the sentiment that we ought to respect her privacy. Just because she created a wonderful blog and company doesnt give the public any right to know her whereabouts if she chooses not to share. Tasia, I wish you the best and your online voice will surely be missed. I look forward to more great things from the company in the future, thougj.

  30. Lana June 3, 2016 at 11:17 am #

    Yes, I agree with Kate. Some classes with the Sewaholic patterns would be cool. :)

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:27 pm #

      Thanks, Lana!

      We’re working on adding a few Sewaholic Patterns classes to Spool of Thread’s schedule. Do you have any requests?

  31. Maria Curciarello June 3, 2016 at 12:03 pm #

    I’m so sorry to see Tasia go. I knew something was going on when I hadn’t seen a post from her for a long time. Sewaholic for me was one of the first blogs I started following. I will miss seeing her model all her beautiful creations both sewing and knitting. While I haven’t purchased any of her patterns yet, I intend to do so in the coming months. Have heard nothing but great things about them.

    I wish you well Tasia!

  32. Tasha June 3, 2016 at 1:42 pm #

    I have to say I’m pretty shocked too. It seems like the new owners will do a good job carrying on the brand, which is good … but especially considering how personal this space has been, it would be really nice to hear more from Tasia herself about this decision, how it happened and what her plans are. But if, for whatever reason, she doesn’t feel able to talk about it, I still wish her all the best in her new adventures.

  33. Jessica June 3, 2016 at 2:42 pm #

    I’m one of the long time Tasia followers too- I’ve loved seeing this company grow and develop over the years, and I’ve so enjoyed following her sewing journey. She will be greatly missed but I wish her luck and joy in her next steps!

    I’m also excited to see what the Spool of Thread team brings to the Sewaholic community- a warm welcome and lots of luck to you guys!!

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:30 pm #

      Thank you, Jessica!

  34. Renay June 3, 2016 at 4:22 pm #

    All the best with new endeavours! Can’t wait to see what comes next :-) good luck Tasia with the next chapter xx

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:30 pm #

      Thanks, Renay!

  35. Gaby June 4, 2016 at 12:10 am #

    Congratulations to the new owners, and best of luck for all your future endeavours Tasia!

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:30 pm #

      Thanks, Gaby!

  36. Sarina June 5, 2016 at 10:07 pm #

    This is a big news ! All the best to Tasia in whatever she does in the future.

  37. Stitcher June 7, 2016 at 9:20 am #

    I am thrilled for Tasia. I hope she is following her bliss, whatever she does. I saw some of the comments that people have made on Patternreview and I thought they were inappropriate and many were mean. Tasia doesn’t owe anyone an explanation for why she sold the business. I wish the new owners well and I hope Sewaholic continues to grow and thrive under them.

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:31 pm #

      Thanks Stitcher!

  38. Serrin June 9, 2016 at 9:17 pm #

    Tasia was my introduction into sewing, her patterns were well drafted and easy to follow and without her I wouldn’t have ever pursued this wonderful hobby.

    I have faith that this will continue with the new helm, welcome guys and keep up the good work!

    Thank you SO much Tasia for being such an encouraging voice and inspiration to something that I take great joy from in my life.

    My very best wishes for you in the future.

    • Sewaholic Patterns June 9, 2016 at 10:10 pm #

      Thank you, Serrin!

  39. Jodhpur Tailors June 11, 2016 at 2:19 am #

    Best of luck Tasia. We will miss you.

    Thank you !


  40. Vanessa June 13, 2016 at 5:43 pm #

    Tasia, thank you for making so many wonderful patterns, always with impeccable instructions. I have only 4 indie patterns — ALL Sewaholics. :-) I’ve loved reading the blog over the years; it’s been so helpful to my sewing, so encouraging, and just beautiful. I wish you all the best in your next adventure!

  41. Liz June 14, 2016 at 7:24 am #

    Coming late to this, but Lili and Henry, I hope you can pass on the best wishes of what seems to be the entire online sewing community! Reading these I realise others feel exactly as I do! Tasia was the person who taught me trousers weren’t scary, skirts could have pockets and therefore be useful for work, shirts actually could suit me, etc I could go on and on! I love her patterns, but more than that she gave me the confidence to start adapting patterns to my figure, making necessary changes and making things fit me. I thought myself an intermediate sewer, but I was an advanced beginner and Tasia took me past intermediate into a nearly-handmade wardrobe with workout gear, jeans etc (bras are all I have yet to master!)

    Thank you Tasia. We will miss you, all of us, and wish you luck for whatever has led to this change, and hope it is for good reasons that make you happy, not sad ones. I know I speak for everyone when I say if you do decide to pop back with the odd make, tutorial or comment, you’d be welcomed enthusiastically!


  42. Vivien June 14, 2016 at 8:12 pm #

    I just read that Tasia is leaving and I wanted to say how sorry I am to see her go. She was the first person (and to this day my absolute favorite) that offered truly great sewing tutorials and patterns!

    I will miss your on-line presence and your kind and understanding way you teach! You’ve taught me so much when I was stumbling through my first sewing patterns. It was a life long dream to learn to make my own clothes but had no one to teach me, and books as well as other on-line resources somehow failed me; I simply didn’t get it even though I was sewing other items for years. Then I found your blog and patterns, and it all came together!

    I am also pear shaped and until I came across your patterns, Tasia’s I felt hopeless because it didn’t matter how hard I worked on a pattern, it just wouldn’t come out right. Then I given up garment sewing for a while I was so frustrated. That is until I saw the Pendrell blouse and Cambie dress on-line and I knew I had to have them! Though I was reluctant, I purchased the patterns and thought I give it another shot. They rocked my world!
    I truly fell in love with clothes sewing and I couldn’t believe that I was actually able to put together a garment that I enjoy wearing and fit me to a T. With your instructions and patterns together you made a dream come true, and so I just wanted to thank you for it!

    I am truly saddened to see you go, though I understand life sometimes takes us in other directions.
    Best of luck to you Tasia, and welcome Lilli and Henry!

    • Sewaholic Patterns July 5, 2016 at 3:00 pm #

      Thank you Vivien! You’re post was lovely to read and I’m so happy that you were able to find sewing patterns that worked for you!

  43. Karen June 15, 2016 at 6:29 pm #

    Good luck! I trust you’re up to Tasia’s high standards…looking forward to the fall patterns. And some blog posts in the meantime…

  44. xenia katie June 21, 2016 at 7:30 pm #

    Thank you Tasia for your amazing work and your incredible patterns! They really are top notch! Your online presence was always so lovely, and will be very much missed! I’m glad the pattern line is being continued by equally great people!

    • Sewaholic Patterns July 5, 2016 at 2:57 pm #

      Thanks Xenia!

  45. Jesy Anderson July 4, 2016 at 6:43 pm #

    So excited!! I am currently going through a transition that is a little similar! I am hoping to be able to carry these at my new sewing studio once everything is settled. I loved teaching the Renfrew to our students! They love that pattern as well so I am stoked it’s being reprinted!

    • Sewaholic Patterns July 5, 2016 at 2:53 pm #

      Super cool, Jesy! Glad to hear about the new space! Just send us an email when you are ready to go!

      – Lili

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