The free pattern for the Ruby Slip is now available – yay! I have uploaded it to Google Docs and Scribd, so you can decide which is more convenient for you. Don’t forget to download the instructions too, where you’ll find the sizing and yields, cutting and sewing instructions.
I designed the pattern sheet with the pieces overlapping “Burdastyle style”. I’m not sure if this was a great idea or not – it does mean less printing and sticking of pages together, and preserves the grade nest for further use, but it also means having to trace your size off…..do let me know what you think!
I also forgot completely about the strap on the pattern sheet so I’ve given you a rectangular measurement to cut to – you might want to be aware of that if you want to whizz ahead and cut it out this weekend without reading the instructions!
Here’s the sew-along button – you can copy and paste it to the sidebar of your blog, and then link it to my new Sew-Along page (tab at the top) where I will assemble all the sew-along posts in one place for your convenience.
(By the way if you have a RTW Tailoring Sew Along link and want to keep it, you might want to change that to the Sew-Along page too as I thought it would be easier to combine them together – the RTW Tailoring one will disappear soon.)
So get out the tape and start printing and sticking this weekend, as the Ruby Slip Sew-Along starts on Monday – you can start sewing along any time of course!