Say "Hello" to the pattern kits!

I've been thinking a lot lately about which direction this website should take. When developing patterns, there are things that I enjoy more and things that I enjoy less. Not surprising.

Nonetheless, I run this website primarily as a hobby, so I think it is adequate to think if I can get rid of some of the less fun things.

Developing such a pattern takes a long time. And many, many steps are repeated over and over again. That is of course logical, as a rule you basically always need the same parts, which are then varied depending on the model. The creative part has come a long way short lately.

Somehow I would like to shorten the time between an idea and the finished item in my closet. A lot of extra time is currently being spent because I want to prepare all the little things perfectly and for my shop. At the same time, I became aware of certain limits. I do all this on my own and in my free time. I don't have the capacity to sew all variations or sizes. In addition, of course, I myself have a certain "loot scheme" that does not necessarily have to match yours. For example, I prefer tailored tops to wide tunics. I regularly get inquiries about wider cut models and I would also like to provide the appropriate. Only - I don't want to sew such a pattern for myself, it would go to waste in the closet because I wouldn't feel comfortable in it.

After a lot of time to think about it, I set the following points for myself:

Point 1: When I sew, I first concentrate on my own wishes and ideas.

Point 2: I develop tools that are even more customizable than before.

Point 3: It is completely ok if a detail is only changed on the printed pattern and only for one item.

Point 4: A solid base is more important than the high gloss polish.

Point 5: I am closing my Etsy shop. Conceptually, it all doesn't fit together somehow.

What does that mean for the website now?

I want to create a basis that I and as many others as possible can work with. The result of this thought are my pattern kits.

The patterns will be more like basic models, but they can be changed much more than with my previous patterns. My idea is that the kits provide a base for a wide variety of projects. I see a dress that I want to sew? Then I assemble the pattern as far as possible in the kit and then maybe add the box pleat in the front center when cutting.

That doesn't mean that the sewing patterns are buried with it. With more specific models and my attempts at historical patterns, the kits makes no sense, I would also create these as single patterns in the future.

The kits are still heavy under construction, but you can already work with them and I would be very happy to receive your feedback. :)

So what do you mean?


Hallo Christina, ich möchte mich ganz herzlich für deine Schnitte bedanken.
Du hast eine so tolle Site geschaffen, die ich auch Freundinnen empfohlen habe. Super das man die länge und sogar Schnitte mit gewünschter Nahtzugabe bekommt. Kann dich sehr gut verstehen, dass die Entwicklung sehr viel Zeit und Arbeit bedeutet. Deine Aussage, dass du gerne Körperbetont magst ist ok. Ich habe in meinem Leben immer mal Phasen gehabt in denen ich Körperbetont und nun umspielend trage. Und habe auch schon einige Figur typen im laufe meines Lebens gehabt und hab in leidvoller Erfahrung erleben müssen, dass man nicht jedes noch so schön findendes Schnittmuster auch tragen kann. Da bin ich dankbar , dass du auch Photos rein stellst, damit man das Schnittmuster getragen sehen kann.
Bitte lass uns weiter an deinen tollen Schnitten teilhaben...Liebe Grüße Corinna
Danke, ich hoffe, du hast auch weiterhin viel Spaß mit meinen Schnitten. ;)
Astrid Kruschel (
Hallo Ihr Lieben! Ich bin total unglücklich und hoffe auf diesem Weg einen ,,Ansprechpartner" zu finden.Ich habe mehrfach versucht einen aktuellen Schnitt für ,,Hinagiku"zu bekommen.Ich kann den Masssatz zwar herunterladen,abernicht mit Adobe Reader öffnen.Was mache ich falsch?Im vorigen Jahr hat es doch auch funktioniert.Vielleicht könnt Ihr mir helfen?LG
Hallo Astrid!

Moment - der Maßsatz ist kein PDF, und den musst du auch nicht öffnen. Der Maßsatz ist eine Textdatei, die aus technischen Gründen noch einmal gezippt wird (ohne das Zip laden viele mobile Geräte die Datei leider nicht korrekt herunter). Die Datei wird so wie sie ist beim eigentlichen Schnittmuster hochgeladen, anstatt eine Konfektionsgröße auszuwählen. Erst das Schnittmuster an sich ist eine PDF und mit dem Acrobar reader zu öffnen.

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