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OK Crafters & Makers, you’re in for a treat, we’re testing out something really new – delivering patterns over iTunes for our new zine CRAFT! That’s right, you can click this link and (hopefully) the CRAFT Magazine channel will be added to iTunes and soon, each week you’ll get audio, videos and PDF sewing patterns you can print out. We do this on MAKE now, so we’re going to see how this works out… let us know what happens. This first one is a stretch tube top with drawstring bottom, hipster shorts with scoop sides from Fitz Patterns, thanks Lisa!

  • Suggested fabrics: Knits, jerseys, terry towelling, lycra.
  • Notions: Thread for sewing; 1.1m (44″) drawstring cord; 90cm of 5cm elastic for top; 90cm of 5cm elastic for shorts.
  • Estimated time to complete: 2hrs.

Click here to get the PDF (and other CRAFT content) delivered automatically via iTunes – Link.

4 thoughts on “Sewing patterns over iTunes / RSS 2.0 (enclosures)

  1. at 8/18/2006 11:19pm PDT the first sewing pattern over itunes was delivered a “Stretch boob tube with drawstring bottom. Hipster shorts with scoop sides.” – and i’m ok with this being how i spend my friday nights. you see, this is a big moment in CRAFT history.

    we used a series of tubes, to deliver a tube top.

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