Sprout Gives You Wings

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We are so excited to announce that our first Sprout Collective member to sell her amazing patterns is Mainsail Studio. The first of three wing patterns (Dragons and Faeries are coming soon!), these gorgeous butterfly wings come in sizes Pixie to Adult.

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Pixie fits American Girl dolls and small pets, and the S, M, and L sizes are perfect for babies to older kids. Dress up isn’t just for Halloween anymore!

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For a limited time, until Sunday, April 17 at Midnight EDT, we have a special treat for you! Create a Mainsail Studio wings project and then sew it together with kids or friends and get out from behind that computer and GO OUTSIDE! Just use the code ESCAPE to get 20% off any and all wings, no limit! What are you waiting for?

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Sewing a Lane Raglan with Spoonflower Fleece

The following is an excerpt from the Spoonflower Blog.  Read the full post here.


Have you tried our cozy new Fleece yet?  Operations Supervisor Paula stops by the blog to share her experience sewing up a Lane Raglan tee by Hey June Handmade with our versatile new fabric. Who has time to print, cut, tape and pin a PDF or paper pattern? Ain’t nobody got time for that! Paula used Sprout Patterns to sew up a soft, comfy Raglan tee in record time. Check out her pro tips and see how easy it is to sew your own!

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The New Spoonflower April Design Challenge

This post is a direct copy from the Spoonflower blog

We are delighted to partner with Sprout Patterns to bring you our April Design Challenge, the first in our new series of month-long challenges. Spoonflower + Sprout are looking to the members of our amazing creative community to find the perfect Japanese Garden-inspired design for a new sewing pattern release!

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Sprout Patterns is a new service that allows you to combine indie sewing patterns with Spoonflower designs to create customized cut and sew projects. Sprout takes away the work of tracing a sewing pattern onto fabric and lets you truly enjoy the process of making your own garments and accessories.Our Japanese Garden Design Challenge is designed to inspire fabric designs for the launch of Named Clothing’s Asaka Kimono pattern, the first in this patternmaker’s lineup available through Sprout. The winner receives $100 in Spoonflower credit and $100 in Sprout Patterns credit, and their design will be featured in all photos for the launch of Named Clothing’s Asaka Kimono pattern on Sprout and in a press release.

The rest of the top ten receive $50 in Spoonflower credit and $50 in Sprout credit.

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