IndieStitch – Review? Sewing Subscription!

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Take your sewing to the next level!

IndieStitch is a monthly sewing subscription! For as low as $59.95 per month + shipping, you’ll get a digital pattern, fabric, and all that you need to complete your sewing project!

IndieStitch features a digital garment sewing pattern from an indie pattern designer. You will receive everything you need to complete the project, plus a copy shop print of the pattern pieces! No printing or taping required! Stop searching for the perfect pattern and fabric and start sewing with IndieStitch!

Here’s how it works:

  • Subscribe Choose the length of your subscription.
  • We Ship Your Project Each box ships around the 4th day of the month.
  • Open And Sew! Join us for our sew-along featuring your new pattern!

Here are the benefits:

  • Self-Care Take time for yourself to explore your hobby and express your creative energy
  • Growth Brush up on old skills and learn new techniques through our guided sewing experience
  • Confidence Rest assured that you’ll have all you need to complete your project with confidence
  • Satisfaction Enjoy your expanded handmade wardrobe all made for you, by you.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Downloadable PDF Pattern
  • Copyshop print of the featured pattern (no printing or taping required!)
  • 2-3 yards of fabric
  • From Thread to Buttons to Elastic – Everything you need for the project!
  • PLUS, as a special gift from me to you, each box includes a little somethin’ extra just for you!

What do you think of IndieStitch? Do you want to see more about this sewing subscription in a review?

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  • Vicky
    01.23.21

    Just received my box with a pot holder (I’ve actually never sewn one) and the Carli Crossover & twist back top, I can’t wait to get started on these. I am currently at the quilting stage of a t-shirt quilt and once that’s complete I’ll start on this project. Looks fun. FYI, I’ve been sewing for over 40 years!