You get 20 patterns in each issue and you can check out the schematic drawings before you decide which back issue to buy. I
accidently bought two. A ladies one and one for children.
When I saw this,I thought if I could have a dream wardrobe this would be it. I do feel that life, however, is too short to make my own knickers! Here is a little peekaboo at the photos showing the designs.
Love the wrap over dress and sleeves on the T-shirt (well, I hate washing up anyway!)
I love this tunic and flouncy scarf. The long cardy seems a bit old for me though.
I am having some sort of love affair with this pinafore.
I am imagining cocktails in this evening top
Now, I have got you all excited haven't I? and you are wondering whether to go and check it out on the internet. Well Whooaa! there. The patterns need to be traced from these four sheets...
Cripes. I started with the flouncy scarf as it was one piece and I 'exposed'(Big sis says this as a morphed version of expect and suppose) it would be easy. It was mighty tricky but I rose to the challenge and then traced off the tunic the scarf was worn with. It got better as I got my eye in but it is not for the faint hearted. On the plus side,I have done it now and have that pattern all neatly folded in a big brown envelope.
My eyes have gone a bit funny now so I am off for a glass of wine, more on this tomorrow. Jo x