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The Laurel Pattern Has Been Back Ordered Until Late June

We Will be Postponing the Sew along Until The Beginning Of July so that everyone who wants to participate will get a chance to buy their pattern.

We Are Very Sorry for any Inconvenience!


Rules :

1. To be entered in the contest %90 of the materials must be purchases at harts fabric or www.hartsfabric.com

2. The discount will only be applied to the materials specifically for the Laurel Sew Along.

Some Fabrics may not be valid for discount.

3.  Have a blast!

multi-tasker-tote-sewalongany questions feel free to comment, or email us ay customerservice@hartsfabric.com

Photos of your Tote bag to be entered to win the prize must be submitted to dani@hartsfabric.com by midnight on March 29th 2013. The photos will be put to a vote on facebook and our fans will select the winner.

When ordering your supplies online just leave us a note in the comments section at checkout that says “For Multi-Tasker Tote” to receive the 10% discount.

Bags entered into the contest must be made with fabric from Harts Fabric.

The winner will be selected on Friday April 5th, and announced that day.

We hope you all enter! Good Luck!

Hello All! Julia here, and I’m going to tell you all about my experience with the Miz Mozelle sew-along!

First of all, puff sleeves and a peter pan collar on an easy to wear dress? Yes please! Like everyone else I was excited to join the sew along for the aesthetics, but as it turns out this pattern is not only cute, it’s quick and fun to make as well!

I first made a copy of the pattern onto muslin. I don’t always trace my patterns, but if I think that I’m going to make the pattern again I’ll take the time to do it. I used muslin because I had extra hanging around. Then I chose my fabric, a Tula Pink print from her nightshade collection, and a lace-edged bias tape for the trim. I liked the scale of the prints and a spooky motif.

Since the largest measurements listed were close to my actual measurements, and I was using a quilting cotton I decided to make the bodice and skirt a little more a-lined and less tapered. I omitted the waist tie to accommodate my ample collection of belts.

Since I have shorter legs compared to my torso, I also found it necessary to shorten the skirt length by about 3 inches. I might even shorten it by another inch and a half so that the proportions are better.

Overall I only had minor alterations to make on the first go, and boy, did this dress sew up quickly! It only took about an hour and a half once I had cut it out and could focus. I love the results and am excited to wear it year-round. In fact, I liked the Miz Mozelle so much, I made it again!

The second time around I used a burgundy stretch velvet, and trimmed it with an organic cotton lace instead of the peter pan collar. I also left out the key hole and made a v-neck neckline: both easy alterations! I just cut straight from the fold up to the shoulder seam instead of cutting out the key hole and cutting a curve to the shoulder seam. I didn’t taper the bodice this time either, I left it as-is.

I’m so excited about this pattern! I know that I’m going to make it several more times. It looks good with and without tights making it versatile through the seasons, and it’s so easy to throw on in the morning. What’s not to love?

I hope that this inspired you to make your own, I know you won’t regret it!