Please check the Frequently Asked Questions at the bottom of this page, before sending your message, as they may help you to get sewing right away! If not, I will get back to you as soon as I can – please note that I am located in Canada, on Mountain Time.


1. Purchased today or previously but can’t find your download link? If you have an account, click here to log-in and access your files. If you don’t yet have an account, please click here and enter your email address to have the confirmation email with download link re-sent to you. Don’t forget to check your spam/junk box please! Once you are on the download page (after clicking the link in your email), you can click on your name in the top right hand corner and follow the instructions to set up an account, if you wish.


2. Not sure which listing to purchase? All of my patterns are offered in two currencies, USD (US Dollars) and CAD (Canadian Dollars). If your primary currency is neither of these, you can choose either one – PayPal will convert the amount for you.

Some of the patterns are also listed with Trimless Assembly or Trim Assembly. All listings are the exact same pattern, the only difference (besides currency) is the manner in which you assemble the pages together. In case you are unfamiliar with the two methods, here are a few things to consider when choosing between them:

Trim Assembly – This method requires you to trim the edges of the pages (US letter or A4 – both will print correctly) before taping them together. While this method is a bit more time consuming, it reduces risk of error, and offers one other huge benefit:  If you think you will be using the pattern for multiple sizes, a trimmed pattern is much easier to fold along the tape lines and store. So if you put it together once and leave it intact, and use tracing paper to trace off each size, then you only have to tape it together once.  This is a big time saver when you want to make it again later in other sizes.

Trimless Assembly – In this method, guidelines are provided for US letter size AND A4 paper size, to overlap and tape it together without trimming. This is a much faster method, HOWEVER, tiny variances in paper size and the way your printer pulls the paper through (which can sometimes be slightly off) can lead to inaccuracy. I recommend putting the pieces together on a window, so you can see through the paper and line everything up exactly.


3. Questions about the patternsCan’t find the fabric requirements? Stuck on a step and need helpSend me a message and I will get back to you as soon as I can (generally within just a few hours, except overnight), but for a quicker response, you can try my Facebook Group – there are many people there (in a variety of time zones) who have experience sewing my patterns and may be able to lend a hand!