Call for Pattern Testers for My Next Book! [CLOSED]

Update: There’s been an overwhelming response, and I have lots of fabulous testers signed up. THANK YOU!

Hello, hello! I’ve been diligently working away behind-the-scenes and my next book is starting to come together in a lovely way. It’s SO exciting. This is my favorite part: when the structure of the book is mostly done but there’s still enough wriggle room for changes. I can practically feel the elation of bursting through the finish line, but it’s also continuously and thrillingly uncertain.

So. Do you love sewing? Are you interested in getting a sneak peek into my new book? Are you a stickler for details? Then perhaps you’d like to be a pattern tester? That would be so tremendously awesome!!! This new book is a slightly different flavor from Sewing Happiness. It’s been pure fun and the projects are very beginner friendly and kid-friendly. All of the projects can be whipped up in an afternoon or less. If you’d like to be a tester, please fill out the Google Form below and I’ll send you a PDF with the pattern to test by February 8th. You’ll have a couple of weeks to work on the pattern and in order to meet my deadline, I would need all feedback by February 22nd. Because I’m so grateful for any and all help, I’ll be popping a little treat in the mail for you so please make sure to fill out the address fields. 🙂

I’m looking forward to being able to share it in full next year, my friends!! Sometimes I wish the book process didn’t take its sweet old time but then again, that’s what makes it all the more rewarding. Patience is a virtue and all that.

OK! Here’s the form (if you can’t see it, please click on this link):

P.S. The photo is actually an outtake from Sewing Happiness styled by my wonderful friend Allegra Hsiao, shot by me.

10 thoughts on “Call for Pattern Testers for My Next Book! [CLOSED]

    1. I couldn’t believe the number of people that signed up so quickly! There will be other testing opportunities in about a year, so would love it if you’re still keen in 2020 :-). Thank you, Eva!

  1. So sorry I missed the window for tester signups! If you need another one, I”m always happy to do so! Best of luck – I’m always so excited to see your projects come to life:)

  2. Apologies for having missed the sign up. I take my sewing and comma picking (look up the direct Dutch translation of nitpicker 🙂 ) very seriously and would have offered up my services in a flash! It will be marvelous and I look forward to the book being a complete surprise.

    1. Thanks so much Shelley! I know from experience that you’re a stellar tester but you’ve already done so much! I’m so so moved that you’ve been keeping the SVE love going. Big hugs!

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