Often times, when I want to learn something, I prefer to watch it done. How do I fix ___ on my website? Watch a video. How do I do a home repair? Watch a video. Even my husband turns to video instructions when repairing our vehicles.
- Keep patterns fairly simple. (Well, for the most part. :) )
- Release video tutorials instead of written tutorials. (Although there is a cheat sheet that comes with every pattern for those who prefer written instructions or would like a quick reference.)
- Make patterns affordable so most anyone can make PFH designs. (For instance, my first Crib Sheet pattern is only $4.)
- Video tutorials are FREE for everyone, so you can see all of the steps before hand. (Yes, I understand that I risk people designing their own things with my methods but 1- I love to inspire and 2- for the most part, I believe they will purchase my pattern because of low prices. See above.)
I am so pleased to release a crib sheet sewing pattern with this model in mind. You can perfectly match your baby's bedding by sewing the crib sheet yourself. The Crib Sheet design features no-slip elastic and french seam corners. Guess what? You can easily make this crib sheet. Even beginners can find success, yet it has a finished quality that advanced seamstresses will be proud of. Just watch the video and see: