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review – Sense & Sensibility patterns

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I stop by to admire the beautiful dresses at Sense & Sensibility Patterns from time to time. I like to look around and think about what it must have been like to wear feminine things like this and this. We eagerly signed up for a chance to try out the Girls’ Edwardian Apron eClass.

I was very impressed with the class. Pictures and audio take you step-by-step through the entire process. The terms are very basic – no advanced sewing jargon to try and figure out. Since my niece is schooling with us this year, I pulled my sewing sister in on this one. The end result is very cute. The pattern can even be scaled down to fit an American girl doll! Wouldn’t a little girl apron and matching doll apron be a precious Christmas gift?

The Nitty Gritty:

The eClass and pattern are $24.95, or you can download just the pattern for $7.95.

Things I Like:

  • the pattern doesn’t have to be stored – just print off another if you ever need it again
  • the lesson is great for a beginner sewer and doesn’t assume you already know the basics
  • it is so cute & girly!

Value: I think this is a good deal for a class and a pattern. Unlike a real-live class, this one can be reviewed over & over until each step is mastered.

See what my TOS Crew Mates have to say about Sense & Sensibility Patterns!

~~apron picture coming soon~~

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One thought on “review – Sense & Sensibility patterns

  1. I have both of the patterns you linked to. I’ve made the Regency gown lots. It’s so comfortable.

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