The Heroine’s Closet©
Memorable Scene Stealing Dresses by Naughty Bobbin Patterns©
Hello, I love your pattern, and I tried to buy it. But the PayPal button didn't work correctly for me. I ended up in my PayPal account OK, but there was no link anywhere to order the pattern or to send a payment to you. Please fix it if it's broke. Your review on Sewing.PatternReview.com got me hooked, and now I REALLY NEED ON OF THESE PATTERNS! :-)
Andrea, it should be fixed now. Thanks for letting me know! I'm so glad you like the Presto! Your'e gonna love it too.Enjoy!Coco
Hello: I just purchased this pattern with PayPal, returned to your website as per your instructions, and could only access and print out the page that said 8 Sleeve Cut 2. Please advise. Thanks
Thank goodness you're back! Missed you..(and the patterns and the posts and your wit and creativity) but mostly the patterns ....LOL!
Thank you, Coco. I got it!Andrea
I purchased the pattern today. What I'm wondering is if there is a way to obtain the version you can put on a usb and take to the printer for a completed pattern instead of having to cut out and tape together. Thanks so much. Sandy C.
Hi Sandy. Thank you for purchasing the Presto! You're gonna love it. To answer your question, send me an e-mail at email@example.com. I have a version that prints 36" x 40".
I purchased the pattern. PayPal says the purchase is complete but I cannot find any way to print the pattern. Do you email it to me? Please help!
What cup is it drafted for?
Absolutely fabulous pattern! Great fit and so comfy. I don't know how many of these I can cram into my drawer -- but there will be lots!
I know, right? Once is not enough!
I just had my brother buy me this pattern (I live in a Paypal-free country) and was wondering where the waist is on this pattern. I'm Petite at 5ft tall and usually have to shorten the bodice. I would also like to make a dress version but not sure how much to lengthen. Thank you in advance for any information you can provide.
You have a real winner here, Coco. I'm in love with the Popover top!
Careful - the Presto! is like potato chips - you can't just make one! Thanks, Julie.
I teach sewing at a local sewing store and the popover top is a favorite!
Hi! I have this pattern and love the made up versions. I can find the bust measurement on your site. Please can you tell me the waist and hip measurements, and height, that this is drafted for? (I can take flat pattern measurements but these will include the positive or negative ease so they won't tell me how I need to alter). A table of your standard sizes specs (in inches and cm) would be a very helpful addition to your site. thanks!
I purchased the Popover Top (saw it in a local shop and love it!), accessed the pattern via Paypal as instructed, printed and saved it. I finally have time to cut it out but just realized the pattern didn't print at quite the right size and now find that it didn't save as a PDF! I save patterns as PDF's all the time and don't understand why this isn't a PDF when it says above the pattern is a PDF format. Is there any way to access the pattern again so I can reprint it?
Me too Judy. It isn't save on my computer as a PDF, its just rubbish saved. I've emailed Savagecoco, not that it was expensive but i want to make it.
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I tried this top based on Communing With Fabric's mention. WOW. I love this neckline. This is the first pattern I've made in years. It took me sometime to get my head around it, but once I did---and just followed your directions---it worked! Brilliant! Thank you so much!
I'm feeling dumb--just didn't understand the directions. I sewed the 2 fronts together but didn't understand about the back neck directions. Is there a picture somewhere? Thanks for the help!
Hi Wendy. No worries, I can send you a pic in a few hours, I'm on a train right now. Send me an email at Savagecoco0@gmail.com. To help clarify, sew the 2 opened up Fronts together RS to RS down the CF as marked; while the 2 Fronts are still RS to RS, sew the back neck seam - the top of the Front(s)), from side to side. Then fold the back neck seam halfway back onto itself, WS to WS and Presto!, the front opens up with a neck opening. I hope this helps. Coco
Ah--the back neck seam is the top of the fronts--that clarifies it. I'll email, but meanwhile, thank you!