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What You Get When You Purchase PDF Digital Pattern:
This is a PDF digital download. When you purchase through PayPal (or if you would rather make a bank transfer, please email me email@example.com to arrange) you will be emailed the digital pattern and tutorial. Save these to your computer. Please make sure your PayPal email is correct for email delivery of these PDFs.
These downloads will also be available in the “My Account + Downloads” section of this website when you are logged in. This is where the most updated version of your purchases will be. In the future I may revise this pattern and slightly alter it. If you’re sewing in the future, check back for the latest version.
These patterns can be printed on A4 or US Letter paper on your home computer and then assembled for use.
You will also receive a comprehensive tutorial with instructions, photos and tips to guide you in your sewing of this garment. Please view this tutorial on your device or computer to save trees!
What You Get When You Purchase a Printed Paper Pattern:
All of our paper patterns come presented in a pattern envelope, with quality pattern tissue paper and a full colour instruction booklet.
All patterns are sent via New Zealand Post, using Standard Post or International Air with shipping times estimated between 3-10 business days. Please allow a full 3 weeks for your pattern to arrive.
All tax and local import duties are the responsibility of the purchaser.
See our shipping and delivery details here.
What’s a PDF?
A digital document viewable in Mac Preview or Adobe Acrobat Reader. You will be able to save, view and print these documents on your home computer or device.
Never used a PDF for a sewing pattern before? It’s easy! The instructions are in the tutorial for assembling the pages, but I think you’ll find it’s fairly straight forward.
Returns and Support
Digital PDF Patterns:
Digital patterns which can be saved to your computer cannot be returned unless at some fault of my own. So, please choose carefully and make sure you are purchasing the correct pattern!
In lieu of returns I offer a lot of online support to those who are sewing! You can contact me on Facebook, Instagram and email, and you can expect a prompt reply! I will endeavour to help you in any way I can.
If you love this pattern please share the website with your friends and family so they can buy their own copy.
Refunds are not given for change of mind. If you wish to exchange your printed pattern, we will happily do so provided the envelope is unopened and the pattern is in a re-sellable condition.
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Edited on 2017-08-25
Last edited on 2019-11-08