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.) *UPDATE- It's FREE now!!!
- 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 (UPDATED: FREE!! Scroll to the end of this post of the PDF Crib Sheet Sewing Pattern!) 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: