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Hooray! Scroop Patterns now available in paper format!

ScroopPatterns.com

I’m delighted to announce that selected Scroop Patterns are now available in hard copy!

The Scroop Ngaio Blouse scrooppatterns.com                   The Scroop Rilla Corset Pattern Scrooppatterns.com

Get your paper versions of the Rilla Corset and the Ngaio Blouse exclusively through:

 Wearing History

 http://wearinghistory.clothing


About the patterns:

Hard copy Scroop Patterns are printed on high-quality, medium weight bond paper, with easy to use spiral-bound instruction booklets.  Both patterns and instructions are in full colour.

Wearing History is based in Southern California, USA, and ships worldwide.

In keeping with Scroop Patterns commitment to supporting small businesses, and to reducing waste whenever possible, the hard copy patterns are printed by a small, local to Wearing History, printing company.

And, of course, if you don’t want to wait for shipping, you can always get your digital print-at-home Scroop Patterns through scrooppatterns.com

What’s next?

Even more Scroop Patterns  in hard copy!

Leave a comment to let me know which one you’d like to see in paper next!

WWI era corset, 1910s corset, Rilla corset, corset pattern

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6 Comments

  1. Elaine says

    Second the Miramar dress. And thank you! The reasons for printing a pdf always sound reasonable. But printing off and taping together all the parts is such a nuisance to me that I usually end up not buying all all unless I am totally in love or the pattern pieces are small.

    • Got it! When I get an idea, I like to sew right away, and it’s too long to wait for shipping here in NZ, so I love PDF patterns. But I also love hard copy, so I’m delighted to be able to offer them through Wearing History!

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