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Festival Fever Blog Tour: Day Two

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Festival Fever Blog Tour: Day Two

And we're back for round two! I hope you enjoyed the all the day one looks that kicked off the Festival Fever Blog Tour! I love reading about all the details and inspirations that go into people's looks-- and about the fun and festive events that happen in the places our bloggers call home (personally, I am so ready to attend the Fried Pickle Festival, where ever that happens to be).

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The Lollapalooza Top Release

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The Lollapalooza Top Release

Happy release day to the Lollapalooza Top! I’m crazy about this peasant blouse style top- it’s perfect to dress up or down, features an off-the-shoulder neckline, and has fantastically billowy sleeves.  And wait until you see the hacks, mash ups, and modifications the G+G tester team came up with! 

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Printing your Patterns with PDF Plotting

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Printing your Patterns with PDF Plotting

PDF Plotting is perfectly set up to help you print your large format patterns (that’s the A0 file that’s included with your purchase of any G+G pattern).  They send you the entire pattern printed off on just a few sheets of paper (depending on the size of the pattern)-- no fighting with your home printer, no gluing, no taping.  

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The Bonnaroo Bundle Pattern Release

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The Bonnaroo Bundle Pattern Release

The first release in the Music Festival Collection, the Bonnaroo Bundle includes two woven skirts and a knit tank.  Purchase the skirts and tank separately or buy it all together (you know you want to!). Two waistband options are included with the skirts- you can mix and match either of the waistbands with either of the skirts to create your perfect piece.  

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love to Sew

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love to Sew

My first sewing project was in Mrs. Peterich’s fifth grade class.  All I remember was being crippled by decision, forced to choose between five templates of holiday ornaments. I must have changed my mind twelve times that day. The deadline loomed, and other students finished their project before mine ever began.  Today, I’m still like that. I’ll waste my sewing time away, just standing in my sewing room, staring at my wall of fabric or an assortment of pattern pieces strewn across the floor. Brow furrowed, gaze intense, I’ll weigh every option, struggling to decide exactly which fabric is right...

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