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As you may know, we are currently celebrating our 5 year anniversary here at SLPco (shop the new release sale here through 2/17/2020). We recently released TEN new patterns to celebrate! Today is all about the new release, Elouise's Asymmetrical Top & Dress. I've said this many times, but I'll say

Hello SLPco fans!  We are so thrilled to be sharing so many new patterns with you during the Anniversary sale.  Today is all about Aspen's V Bodice Romper & Dress.  So, without further ado let me introduce you to Aspen. Aspen's Details: Vintage inspired dress with a V-shaped bodice Keyhole back with ties Romper,

Hello SLPco Fans!! We are so excited about all of the amazing new patterns that just launched during the HUGE Anniversary Sale and wanted to see our feeds filled with all of your photos of the new patterns.  We have decided to do a fun Sew It, Share it, Win It

You did it! You made it to day 5 of the Isla Sew Along. Today we will finish our pieces and attach our skirt/romper bottoms to our bodices. Clear Elastic When attaching the skirt or romper bottom to your bodice the last thing you want is for your finished seams to look

We're in the home stretch! You've made it to day 4. By now we've cut all of our fabric pieces and completed construction of the bodice. If you have fallen behind, don't fret! Since we are only completing our skirt today, you have time to catch up. Let's get started. Skirt I

You've made it to day 3! How did you do sewing the back bodice cutouts? If you still need help with the cutouts please let me know. If you are just now joining us, welcome! Be sure to check out day 1 and day 2 to get caught up. Today

Welcome back for day 2 of the Isla Sew Along! I hope you have had a chance to select all of your pattern options, fabric, and have your pattern pieces ready to go. If not, don't worry. You have plenty of time to catch up with us. Today we will

Hey friends! Welcome to day one of the Isla sew along. I'm so excited to be hosting the SAL this month! I just sewed my first Isla in November of last year for the 25 Days of Christmas series and I'm beyond ready to make some more. With so many

I love the process of buying a new calendar and filling in each blank page with the goals and dreams of the year to come, but what I love even more is taking a look back at the previous year at all that was accomplished.   2019 was a great year,