With the first day of fall come and gone it’s time for us to say goodbye to summer, and the Summer of Wovens here at P4P. It has brought us many blogs, patterns, updates all for you woven lovers.
It brought you a few new woven releases:
Linen Loungers | Little Loungers | Loungers Bundle
Brunch Blouse | Bitty Brunch Blouse | Brunch Blouse Bundle
We took the time to update a few woven patterns that were already in our collection. The Everyday Elegance and Sweet Bow dress had their size ranges updated, the layer features added, and also included the A0 copy shop print size as part of the PDF pattern package.
Everyday Elegance | Sweet Bow Dress
We also geared our blog tips, tricks and posts all about sewing with woven fabrics! If you missed them here are the blogs we did through the summer of wovens (click on picture to go read that blog!):
But we’re ending with MORE!
We have a new freebie to add to your collection. The Walk the Plank unisex PJ Bottoms will be perfect for all that flannel and cotton you have that you have in your stash! These are the QUICKEST, easiest pj pant which will help you to whip out a whole stack for any season and have it checked off the to-do list in no time at all! No side seams + no waistband piece = no extra time. They are a loose fit for growing room and extra comfort. Walk the Plank PJ Bottoms are a wider leg pj pant with three lengths: shorts, knee, and pant. The unisex adult pattern comes with a few inseam lengths and a mens/higher rise and women’s lower rise option. Both adult and the youth come with short shorts, knee length and pant length options to cover you for all seasons of PJ needs. You can check out our album full of pictures and our roundup blog post with more details too!
We are also celebrating wrapping up a great Summer of Wovens and start to Fall by having our last SITE WIDE SALE this year! The sale will end October 4th. (Sale times are based on US Central time zone) Get 30% off your total purchase with code: HELLOFALL
We hope you loved exploring sewing with wovens this summer as much as we did. It was a challenge to step out of the “knit only” comfort zone for some but we loved seeing what everyone was able to create along with us!