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Today completes our January Countdown to a New You series! For a lot of us, the New Year means a commitment to learn something new. We can all agree that trying new things is a hallmark of being a maker, constantly challenging ourselves to learn something new and expanding our skills.     Have you tried English Paper Piecing yet? Our Fabriflair™ kits are the perfect introduction if you haven't - they're smaller than that grandmother's garden quilt you've always hoped...
  If you love hand embroidery, look no further for a library of designs to tell your story! Folk Art Motifs featuring over 400 line art motifs designed for hand embroidery including animals, plants & flowers, everyday household items, abstract designs and much more.     We've included the basics of hand embroidery as well as stitch diagrams to make this book ideal for beginners or experts! Over  14 decorative accent borders also included.     The motifs are simple stitcheries...
Today we continue our Countdown to a New You series! Let's talk about something that's on a lot of our hearts for 2017--to give back to our community more! As makers, our giving means so much. Because not only do we give items, we give a piece of ourselves when we create gifts for others, and for causes that are near to us.   The Crossback Reversible Apron is an ideal pattern for Soup Kitchen volunteers--and what better way to...
  The first post in our Indygo Essentials series focuses on the Essentials - Swing Jacket. This versatile & simple jacket is just right for anytime of year.     The Swing Jacket comes in two lengths - a mid-hip or lower hip length.     Shown here in Amy Barickman's Crossroads Denim by James Thompson and Michael Miller Fabric's Pixelism.     This jacket is perfect for those with a serger as a quick garment project. Show off your...
Today our New Year's celebration continues the Countdown to a New You with some pattern ideas for anyone with a resolution to try their hand at sew clothing for themselves this year! We love women's clothing patterns at Indygo Junction and we have a great selection of them that would be perfect for beginners.           We are crazy about the 5 Way Wrap! It's five fashionable looks in one quick and easy design. All you need...
There's something so thrilling about a New Year! In Amy's book Vintage Notions, on the subject of a New Year, an article from Gustave Weinss in 1920 states it perfectly. "A new start enables us to go on our way encouraged, reinvigorated and determined to dare and do." How wonderful it is to have an annual opportunity to review what's working in our lives and what isn't; making small changes with the goal of more joy and order in the year ahead....
      In response to the recent resurgence of interest in garment sewing, Indygo Junction has  designed a new boutique garment brand, Indygo Essentials.     This collection is a dressier kind of casual that embraces minimalism to create elegant, classic garments. Essentials are simple by design, both in their silhouettes as well as their construction. The patterns combine uncomplicated sewing with professional details for a successful and satisfying sewing experience. Expanded sizing from XS–3XL on all styles provides...
Happy New Year from Indygo Junction! To download this free image, be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and save to your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. This process will ensure you get the best quality of the image. Enjoy!  
  Introducing Amy's new fabric line from RJR Fabrics - Kyoto. This collection is the third in her Vintage Made Modern Series. This 100% cotton fabric is ideal for a variety of projects including apparel, purses, aprons, accessories and more! Want to learn the story behind the fabric line? Hop on over to Amy's blog.     We love how the coordinate look in our Fabriflair™ dimensional piecing projects. The Large Radiant Star allows you to show 60 different fabrics...
Merry Christmas from Indygo Junction! To download this free image, be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and save to your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. This process will ensure you get the best quality of the image. Enjoy!