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Word Out Wednesday

April 30, 2008

I’m getting the Word Out today about Ottobre Design magazine. If you love to sew children’s or women’s clothing, this is the magazine for you. 

Ottobre Design comes out 4 times a year and the Womens issues come out twice a year.  Each issue is full of fun Euro patterns.  The patterns are located in the center of the magazine.  All you have to do is unfold and trace, the Euro pattern way.  Each item comes in several sizes, too. 

The patterns are all current and modern.  If you love all of those Euro styles that you see in boutiques, Ottobre can help you create them.  Each item also lists the brand of fabric and notions used. There isn’t any guess work.  There is also a chart to show how the Euro size translates to the American size.  The chart is complete with measurements of every part of the child so that you can be sure to make the appropriate size. 

The styles are from infant to teen.  They encompass boys and girls.  No more wondering where to find cute boys’ patterns…they are in Ottobre! 

If you’ve thought about branching into Euro designs or just love kids clothes, this is the way to go.  I highly recommend this magazine. 

The current children’s issue just came out.  You can purchase Ottobre Design at:

The Wooly Thread

Banberry Place


Ottobre Design

You can purchase back issues at Banberry Place and the current issue.  Or, if you would like a subscription you can go to The Wooly Thread.  I’ve had a subscription for the past year from them.  I love this magazine.  It has so many inspiring designs. 

There are also free patterns available at Ottobre’s website.  They are cute and so much fun. 

So go now, and check out the free patterns.


Word Out Wednesday Participants

1. Cindy Swanson 2. Tracie

Learn more about Word Out Wednesday here.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 30, 2008 1:41 pm

    My Word Out Wednesday is about Christian fiction books nominated for Christy Awards!

  2. April 30, 2008 8:12 pm

    Mine is about the importance of mammograms.

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