[box color=”blue” align=”center”]Whipstitch Patterns are original designs based on garments and projects I’ve been making for my children and myself over the years, including some that were sold through my children’s clothing company, Pretty Jane. Each one has been crafted by hand, and is a pleasure to make. I’ve written the instructions and designed the pattern pieces specifically so that you don’t need years and years of sewing experience in order to construct each project–patterns should lead you through a project, not force you to take a graduate course just to follow the instructions! I hope you love the shapes and making each one, and will add your finished project photos to the Whipstitch Flickr group![/box]

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    The OverMost Pattern Now Available — Whipstitch
    June 29, 2010 at 2:24 pm

    […] over to the patterns page and follow the links to make your purchase online.  Be on the lookout for a GREAT GIVEAWAY […]

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    July 27, 2010 at 4:35 pm

    […] about layout ideas for the next pattern I’m working on (thinking totally […]

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    New Blog Series in the New Year, and An Epiphany | Whipstitch
    December 30, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    […] to sell my house while dreaming of another one; when I dipped my toes in the waters of pattern design; and when I ventured into teaching sewing online. It’s been WILD and amazing, and it has been […]

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    Springtime Pinafore | Whipstitch
    April 18, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    […] I think I will.  And maybe even get motivated enough to put it together as a download, like I promised a FULL YEAR ago.  About time, […]

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    Sew busy « Karen Chatters
    May 17, 2011 at 8:08 am

    […] is Patrick’s Easter outfit. I made the Overmost from Whipstitch which wasn’t very hard either.  I’ll try and get a better picture of my boy in this […]

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    The Super Online Sewing Bee | TheSeedsof3
    July 7, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    […] are, it looks as if one handbag from U-handbag, two children’s garments from Oliver + s and Whipstitch, and two adults garments from Sewaholic and Colette Patterns will be the challenge […]

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    day four: kcw oct 2014 | kids clothes week blog
    October 23, 2014 at 8:42 am

    […] email you with more information! Amanda has won an e-course of her choice and Kasi has won some great kid clothes patterns! The Coats & Clark giveaway ends today. You can win 50 spools of thread!! It’s not like […]

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