We posted last week about our favorite time of year – our annual sewing retreat – and this year, one of the bags we sewed up was our Whole Shebang. That pattern always holds a special place in our hearts because it was the very first pattern we ever created. #sniffsniff
But since it was our very first pattern, we now realize that we have learned a LOT in the past six years. So when we re-sewed the pattern for the first time in a few years, we decided there were a lot of clarifications we wanted to make.
Most of the changes we made were adding additional, helpful details to the instructions. But we also differentiated between height and width in the cutting list to help when determining yardage for directional prints, which is something we plan to do for all of our patterns that don’t currently include them.
None of the changes we made are considered corrections, but we made enough edits that we have replaced the version of the pattern that’s available for sale. If you purchased the pattern before 2020 and would like a new version, please contact us and we will be happy to send it to you!