Thursday, April 21, 2011

Free Sewing Tutorial

Hi.... .Free Sewing Tutorial ......All you have to do is go to my shop and tell me an idea for a new pattern you would like to see added. Tell me something you would like to make that isnt listed in my shop.  Leave a comment here and remember to leave your email!  I will send you the LuLu Skirt Pattern via dropBox!


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67 comments:

Crystal said...

Would love a ruffle dress with shoestring straps, a stretch wrap ballet cardi and more stretch knit dresses.

Mimi said...

You must be the early bird today. I didn't sleep because of weather and insomnia. I would love to see combination knit and woven dress that is easy to make. Maybe something that could transition from fall to winter. I'm thinking ahead to pre-school days with something that could be worn later with layers and your leggings, of course.

Anonymous said...

I just had a baby boy last week and would love to see some boy patterns - pants and rompers or overalls. Boy patterns are so hard to find! Thank you! Alex. Adj2007@ymail.com

GingerLouise Clothing said...

pls leave emails!! thanks! even if u think i have them!

Baron and Amelia said...

Simple slip dress.

Heather said...

I'd like to see a side collar tie dress with matching dolly dress. or a mommy and me type of matching top-dress combo. I sell a lot of mommy and me stuff.

Love your patterns!

hrstaley@gmail.com

Sean&Abigail McQuin said...

I would love to see an adult long skirt, maybe a ruffle skirt.
Also, little girls cutesy ( is that a word?) bathing suits!!
Email: amcquin@gmail.com
Thanks! I love your stuff!!!

Anonymous said...

I would like to see halter one piece ruffle pant romper where the ruffles are on the bottom of the pants and the top is a halter. my email landolt@bex.net

hmhayes said...

I'd love to see a baby bubble suit or romper. email - hmhayes@comcast.net

homeschoolmomofsix said...

I would love to see a wrap dress with a thick sash and some boy patterns.
Homeschoolmomoffive@yahoo.com

Judi Music said...

Oh.... I would love, love, love and adore a bubble romper pattern for girls!! And, maybe have patterns designed for bigger girls, say up to size 10? :)

plumtickledfabrics@yahoo.com

Kristy said...

Thank you! :)

More patterns for girls size 12-14 would be so great!!!

Sassy Girl said...

I would like just a simple ALine Dress that is NOT reverisable.

mmiller@gdt.com

Kristy said...

Ooops...email... three4me_4now (at) yahoo (dot) com

Thanks again!

RHONDA SMITH said...

Because summer is almost upon us, I would love to see a swimsuit coverup...something simple yet cute!!
willysmith@q.com
Rhonda

Sara said...

Sailor inspired flat-front pants with buttons, a dress with a collar of some sort, little girl's flat front skirt with bustled back. :)
simplybeu@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to see a super cute pajama pattern,for girls up to size 10. I also would like to see other patterns go up to size 8/10
jennifer
jenniferlerner@att.net

Debbie Boren said...

I'd love to see some teen knit top patterns. Sizes 10 to 16.
Debbie
deb@ghostmusic.com

connie said...

Yoga pants w flared bottoms and racerback knit tunic- I can send pics, assymettrical tunics, momma skirt up to 16 w elastic waist,
Conniedegrandis@gmail.com

Jcbaron99 said...

Maybe some boy patterns. Jammies for girls and boys - up to about a size 10. Dolly and me patterns are fun too!

Jcbaron99 said...

Oops!
Jcbaron99@gmail.com

Cottage In The Sun said...

I would love a simple top (with sleeves so it can be worn to school) that is not a peasant top that would coordinate with skirts - and doesn't require a serger. Maybe with a ruffle or 2.Thanks! cottageinthesun@sbcglobal.net

Kristi Hales said...

I would love to see a cute different capri pattern and maybe some teen patterns for girls. Like a cute teen dress.. my email is akhales@juno.com. I already have the LULU pattern that I love, so could I have swing around sue?

Kathy said...

Mom and daughter tunics! Something simple with a notched neck or even just a simple boat neck!!! Klanier@vitallinkems.org.

KonaGold said...

I'd love to see some patterns that have big girl sizes, and it'd be fun to see patterns that use fabric packs- like charm packs, jelly rolls, etc.
Lori
bratrattery@aol.com

mom said...

How about a little raglan-sleeved sweater (cardigan) pattern for girls? And then it would be lovely to have some less full pants patterns, both straight and slightly bell bottomed with a flat front waist and elastic only in the back.
Thanks, melodysparks@gmail.com

And thanks for the pattern!

Andrea said...

I would love larger sizes for the girls' patterns. My seven year old wears size 12!! But she still loves feeling "pretty".

Also, patterns for boys that are cool, not cutesy would be awesome.
Thanks so much!
a1baker@yahoo.com

GingerLouise Clothing said...

thanks for all the suggestions for new sewing tutorials! if you havent received your ebook by tom morn let me know--also make sure u r on my newletter list new ebooks this week!

Staci said...

I would love to see some bubble rompers, too. And thank you very much for the pattern.
Staciharper@yahoo.com

HandJund said...

good post!!
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thanks a lot!

jgirl said...

I went on over to your etsy shop and requested a 50's style bathing suit. I know it's out side the box. My girls live in bathing suites all spring, summer, and fall. So please consider!
I hope I was able to get this skirt pattern.
Happy Easter~
jessie

Julie said...

Hats. I'd love to make little girls hats. Cute ones.

schmoole@hotmail.com

jgirl said...

Ok, So I thought, what am I missing here? My email address, right?
Cjpcrew@yahoo.com.
Thanks!

GingerLouise Clothing said...

love the 50s bathing suit

Kara Janee said...

First of all, I LOVE all your patterns. I feel inspired! But my little girl is in about a 7/8. She is very tall for her age, and I like for her skirts to be a little longer. So many of your patterns are too small. So I would request the next size up on many of your patterns. But for a new pattern idea, I would like to see a blouse pattern that has ruffles high up around the neck, kind of Victorian-style. Thanks!
k.janee.m@juno.com

kavettahulse said...

I would love to see a button up cardigan made of knits or french terry. Also something with European flair such as euro skirts or the jackets or pullovers with the hoods that have knots!

khulse30@yahoo.com

Carrie said...

A cute little bucket hat!
brittfarmhs@yahoo.com

GingerLouise Clothing said...

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Anonymous said...

I would love to see some infant to toddler pants that would fit a cloth diaper. Maybe a ruffle or two on the back for girls.

kathleeny1 at yahoo.com

Kathryn said...

I'd love to see a wrap dress with a thicker band/sash and tiers on fabric on the dress bottom for lots of twirl! Also, any tutorial explaining the best way to sew knits!
Thanks! kindermuehle@hotmail.com

Anne said...

I have loved the the knit tutorials that I previously purchased from you. My daughter only wants to wear "soft clothing" aka knits. I would love some more dress patterns. Thanks for the inspiration! apostage@charter.net

Shannon said...

Love your patterns! How about some sort of apron top? Love your new sundresses too by the way. They are on my list! lol.
DashinglyDainty@yahoo.com

Alisha said...

I would love to see some boy clothes..like dress shirts or pants, and also or maybe even tie patterns...
alittlerosiebowtique@gmail.com

autwinmom said...

I second anything for boys, i have boy/girl twins and would love something easy to make for him that is easy like the pc dresses for her. thanks for offering the tutorial
autwinmom@gmail.com

SEWphisticated Mama said...

Hi!
I would love a pattern for an open back shirt that buttons in the back and has a double layered skirt on it. A creative shorts pattern would be fun too.. with an interesting ruffled panel or something sewn on.
groy_1@hotmail.com

Kelly @ Run With Glitter said...

Hi, I would love to have matching doll sets... I have searched everywhere for a pattern for doll ruffle pants.. I'd also love a pattern for pajamas. Maybe like a night gown for girls and a pair of pajama pants for brother...
Kellydeann@cox.net

Kelly @ Run With Glitter said...

Mom and daughter yoga skirts too :)

Anonymous said...

I don't know if yo are still honoring this, but I would love to see simple skirts and tops for mom's! Also, would love fall shirts that aren't peasant tops.

lisscorbett@optonline.net

Mindy Hart said...

I sew for my little girl but have trouble finding cute, stylish clothes for my little boy. I don't want something that makes him look like a big baby. Maybe a pattern with some suspenders and a tie? I think it would be darling! mindyclux10@yahoo.com

Aunt Mo's Warm Fuzzies said...

I would LOVE to see a maxi or tiered skirt for moms! Thanks! (auntmos at hotmail dot com)

Anonymous said...

oOo... I would love to see swim suit patterns :)

tooterbugs at hotmail dot com

Kelli said...

I would love to see matching doll patterns. My little girl loves when her clothes match her doll's clothes.

couponmom2010@yahoo.com

Krissy said...

I would love to see something with a corset style laced tie in either the front or the back!
samlyn821@hotmail.com

Nicolle said...

I would love to see a dress like a Laura Ingles dress. Not a knot dress but an apron type dress that goes all the way down to their ankles and uses a variety of Fabric. I think you could easily design it! hnbeamon@gmail.com

Mrs. Spaterific said...

I would love an Edwardian-style drop-waist dress. And boy patterns would be fun too!
jillspate@hotmail.com

Maxwell said...

Collared pilgrim style dress that has an aprom but short and poofy. hlmaxwell@twlakes.net

Tracey Hocevar said...

I would love to see more skirt patterns. Thanks!

Margot said...

Fabulous patterns! Realize you've started heading into your cooler months...but we have just started our summer and I would love to see a "Ginger & Louise" one shouldered dress/top for girls, with a little bit of ruffle, but not too much :()

just jayma said...

I think a neat skirt would be a triple layer ruffle--you could do all the same or different fabrics....

justjayma@hotmail.com

wendy said...

Hi
I was thinking that a triple tiered skirt that is attached to one of your knit shirts with bell sleeve or a pillowcase neckline option dress would b adorable. Option 1 with sleeves long or short. Or option 2 sleeveless halter style with pillowcase neckline.
Thank for letting me share
I love your patterns and look forward to receiving my free one. frenchiefashionz@gmail.com
Wendy:)

sew4my3 said...

One item I have continued to look for is a little girls pageant dress pattern. I know this would go over really well simply because there are none out there.

Anonymous said...

I want to see a pattern for a little girl's raglan sleeve t-shirt dress. jessicasusie@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to see a patchwork dress. Thanks educk@live.com

Anonymous said...

I love the new Matilda Jane dresses, especially the Loretta Flutter dress. Love the large round neck yoke and the flutter sleeves. It's so cute. Thanks! geniemulligan@hotmail.com

Sonja said...

Glad to find you here, and congrats on your McCall's pattern! I have some large cashmere scraps and would like to make an upcycled girls' dress with them. Also, my daughter loves maxi length dresses. Does your romper make short rompers too? Thx and keep up the good work!

Sonja

sheepinajeep@live.com

Sonja said...

...and the brain keeps on thinking...would like to see an elastic waist option for the romper (I am definitely making my 5 yr old daughter a romper this summer!)...I think she would be more likely to wear it with a "girly" silhouette. Also would love to make some mama ruffle pants! I live in my "loungewear" (is that the right word for clothes that go straight from bed to kids' school to the grocery store?). Take care!

Lura said...

i left the comment about the old fashioned dress but didnt leave my email address lurabrown@gmail.com

if you ever need a cute model, my 3 year old granddaughter quinn is an angel. xoxo