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Call for pattern testers

THIS CALL FOR PATTERN TESTERS HAS BEEN CLOSED! THANKS FOR APPLYING.

A pattern testers call: can’t remember how long it has been that I needed one.

After the launch of the Louisa dress, the new website and the contest, I finally found some time to finish the first version of the Julia pattern. I’m still calling the is pattern “The Julia” for now, but unfortunately I will have to pick another name soon, since I’ve seen several Julia sweater / cardigan patterns for sale on the internet.

A pity because I already got used to this name, but I think I have no choice…

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Back to the test. I noticed that some of you are already waiting for this pattern test and the pattern release! Thanks for all you enthusiastic reactions. Love your support! Like all my other patterns ‘The Julia t-shirt / sweater / dress pattern’ will be available in size 1 – 10 yo (including 18 months). I would like to have 1 tester / size so eleven in total. You can indicate two sizes below.

If you like to test my Julia pattern, this is how it works :

  • You’ll receive the pattern for free (this Thursday or Friday).
  • Sew the Julia in the size you indicated in the pattern test form.
  • Please send me feedback by the 23rd of March and some photos of the Julia (worn and on a hanger). I’ll send you a questionnaire when you are selected.
  • You’ll receive the adjusted final pattern when it’s ready to be launched.

If you like to become a pattern tester: just fill in the form below, it helps me to make a good selection. Please don’t be disappointed when I don’t choose you as a tester. I always get about 150 applications, so picking 11 people to test is always a difficult task for me.

Here is a sizing table to help you choose the right size

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My latest Julia tee. A colour block version made with Fragile fabrics bought at Mondepot. I didn’t had enough fabric to make this one for myself. What a pity, because I guess it turned out to be more like a grown-up version…  But I’m sure more experiments will follow!

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