Who is Experimental Space Patterns
I’m Andrea, and I run Experimental Space Patterns. It’s just me here and that means I take care of everything from sketching out and designing the patterns (one of my favourite parts!), to digitalising them for PDF and print use, arranging the packaging, website maintenance, to bookkeeping. Some of those things are more interesting than others!
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(While stocks last, I’ll update this post when the existing stock is gone)
What is an A0?
That large paper print that contains all of the pattern pieces for you to cut out in your size. It’s the huge print that’s included in a paper pattern. Or if you’ve bought a PDF version, it’s what you get when you order a copyshop version from a printer company.
Continue reading Free Casey A0’s, just pay the postage!
Did you receive the SewHayleyJane Luxury subscription box in January? If so you’ll have received a copy of the Josie pattern!
Click here to visit the Sew-Along page and sign up if you’ll be joining us!
Not a SewHayleyJane subscriber but still want to participate? That’s absolutely fine! Although you really should check out her monthly subscription boxes in the future because they’re always amazing!
You’ll see Experimental Space posts with a new Instagram name going forwards! It’s long, I know. But after a lot of thought I decided it since it represented the company much better and makes way more sense when someone posts “I made the Evelyn by @experimentalspacepatterns” (rather than linking to @sewspace), that it was worth the extra characters.
Brand awareness is very important, I’d say especially so when you’re an indie company trying to be recognised.
What to do? So if you were already following @sewspace you don’t have to do anything, it will have updated the name and you’ll still see all the content as normal.
If you aren’t following the account on Instagram, you can click here to follow now: @experimentalspacepatterns
Experimental Space has five patterns out now so for environmental, quality, and flexibility reasons I’ve taken the leap and invested in a large format printer for the studio. This is very exciting for me and I’ll tell you why it’s exciting (or at least potentially interesting) for you!
Continue reading Upgrades at Experimental Space