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Patterns used in slinky article

CarpeDiem | Posted in Patterns on

Can anyone at Threads tell us the patterns used in the article about sewing slinky fabrics?


  1. SewistKitty | | #1

    I am not sure that I know what article you are talking about in "Threads" but c.j.patterns owned by Christine Jonson has very good patterns especially designed for the high-quality slinky that she sells.
    (not affiliated with c.j. patterns). Hope this helps.

    1. CarpeDiem | | #2

      Thank you Kathy. I was wondering what patterns had been used to sew and illustrate the article in the current issues (#128) on sewing slinky fabrics.

  2. Roznos | | #3

    I'm not sure what patterns were referenced in the Threads article regarding using slinky, but I have used Linda MacPhee's patterns for slinkly and they work great. Very little, if any alternations, are needed with her patterns. She is located in Edmonton, Canada, and, if your ever get the chance to hear her speak she is well worth it - very entertaining and informative.  She also sells slinky and she sells the best there is. I have bought slinky from other websites and it has been a inferior quality in comparison to what she sells. It is worth checking out her website: go to google and type in Linda Mac Phee and you'll go right there.

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