OK, I must give a lot of the love credit to the fabric which she still has in stock here.
Pattern Sizing: This comes in sizes 10 through 18 which are all included in one pdf. I looked at the size chart and my measurements most closely resembled a 16 which is one size larger than I wear in big 4. Their size chart is here.
* Instructions included for French seams which really add to this simple blouse.
* Well written collar application instructions! It instructs to machine stitch but I chose to hand stitch while watching TV.
* I took a short cut and serged and hemmed the sleeves instead of using the recommended bias trim.
I didn't use the pattern layout because I cut on the bias, but it looked quite accurate.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? Love the simplicity, especially the shoulders and lack of sleeves.
I cut the collar from a white piece that I have in stash.
I know that some people don't care for pdf patterns, one thing that I really love about them is the ability to print twice. This is super handy when you are printing single layer for the matching of fabric patterns. This allows me to make the most efficient layout.
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: I added an inch or so to the
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? Heck yes! I'm already planning more!
Conclusion: This is a great new pattern company. They don't have too many patterns out there, but they are well drafted with good instructions and great customer service. You can down load the pattern file up to 3 times and it includes a pdf for home printing (8 1/2 X 11) and a pdf that you can have printed if you don't want to print and tape at home. This also includes a pdf for instructions.