And now in celebration, I am delighted to let you know that I have converted my Cami-Knickers into a PDF pattern that is available for free to all of my followers. I even took some time to attempt directions, in case anyone wanted them. They are not a translation of the pattern instructions, but simply the steps I took to sew up my garment.
I have already sent out the pattern to those who requested it on my last post. If you did not receive it, please leave a comment on this post; and please be sure to include your email address. Also, to anyone who was waiting for the pattern to be complete before requesting it, it is now available to you.
Allow me also to get on my soap box for a minute. I know there are a lot of fantastic bloggers and Etsy shop owners who have taken the time to create PDFs of their vintage patterns to sell them. Please do not let this free pattern deter you from purchasing these patterns. I am able to give this pattern out for free because it is my way of giving back to the wonderful sewing community. Converting these patterns to a PDF sure takes a lot of work (and I did it the easy way, by hand - rather than using a computer program), so I completely understand the reason behind requesting compensation for their time.
I know there is still a fantastic PDF that I have been wanting to purchase, and I hopefully will be doing it sometime very soon.
Okay, back down from the soap box. I am really looking forward to seeing your creations from this pattern. Please feel free to share once you have made it up.
Live in this moment and love life!