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One Thimble – Issue 3

PDF Digital Magazine - Released May 2014


One Thimble Issue 3 is a winter issue full of clothes to sew for the cooler months.

We all know that winter is the time for cuddles, board games and indoor fun with family and friends… all while you and your kids are snug and warm in outfits made by you.

This issue of our digital sewing magazine includes PDF sewing patterns for clothes for kids and ladies. If you haven’t sewn for yourself before, the Daisy Chain Dress is the perfect project to get you started. And once you’ve got an outfit for yourself under your belt, you’ll be ready to embark on more sewing adventures.

Packed full with 10 PDF sewing patterns and 28 sewing articles with handy tips, Issue 3 is fantastic value for money at just $25.

* Prices are displayed in Australian dollars.  Where applicable VAT will be calculated and applied at checkout.

This listing is for the third Issue of the One Thimble PDF e-zine.

You will receive the following PDF patterns/tutorials:
– Stardust Party Dress (size 1-16) Slim Fit
– Stardust Party Dress (size 1-16) Regular Fit
– Daisy Chain Ladies Dress (size xxs-xxl)
– Bow Trim Dress (size 000-8) Bow Trim involves some hand stitching.
– BT Tunic (size 3-8)
– Sansa Bolero
– Half Pipe Pants (size 2-8) Does not accommodate nappies/diapers
– Fakie Baby Pants (size 0-2) Does accommodate nappies/diapers
– Thermie Cover
– Snowboarder Applique (machine stitch or fabric pen draw details)
– Scrapbuster (heart shaped potholders and applique tea towel)

You can purchase the PDF patterns individually but with the e-zine you get $80 value + articles!

In the e-zine you’ll find the following articles & tutorials:
– Cathie’s Easy Placket
– Nanny Fox’s Finishing School . . . . blind hemming
– Interviews
– Handsewing – whipstitch
– Gadgets & Gizmos
– Finding new markets
– Building business partnerships
– Editing photos with Picmonkey
– Service Review – Logo Design
– Footloose – review of the Binder Foot
and much more!

One of the twenty-eight articles (the article investigating labeling requirements) is written from an Australian perspective with information specific to Australia.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask at

or for general inquiries at


1. This e-zine is in PDF format and the pages are A4 sized. It is advisable to ONLY print the pattern pages and to read the e-zine on your computer or mobile device. The pattern pages can be printed on letter or A4 sized paper with scaling set to none. It is 297 pages long.

The e-zine is the first 137 pages of that PDF & the pattern pages are the next 160 pages. The PDF looks best if you can select the option to see two pages side by side like a magazine spread. ibooks won’t allow you to view it as a two page spread but the free app PerfectReader makes it look like a flipbook right away. Google Playbooks is a good app option for android devices.

2. Following purchase you will receive an (INSTANT AUTO SENT) email to your PayPal account which will contain links to these PDF’s. You can also access your patterns by “logging in” to your account (you will be prompted to set up an account during checkout).

It is important to note that the e-zine is 46MB. Please check that you will be able to download this sized file to the device you wish to view it on, prior to purchase.

It will usually take several minutes to download (maybe even up to 15minutes on a mobile device or tablet). Often people run into problems if they don’t realise it is downloading and keep clicking to download forcing their device to attempt to download it several times.

3. If you have computer issues and have any issues getting your link or downloading your e-zine please let me know

4. If you have any questions about the PDF, patterns or articles you can ask in the Facebook group at , or via email at

5. These PDF patterns come with a cottage license. What that means is that if you sew from home to sell at markets or online via Facebook, etsy, madeit etc. you can definitely sell items made from these patterns without needing to purchase a separate license. You can not get people to sew items made from these patterns for you to on-sell. Where appropriate please credit the pattern with a statement like “made with a Tigerlily Pattern” or similar.

Please note the patterns themselves, the photographs & the content of the e-zine IS covered by copyright and may not be shared. It is for your personal use only. Each person who wishes to use these patterns should purchase their own copy.

If you are unclear on this please ask at

6. Every effort has been made to ensure that the included patterns, tutorials and articles are accurate, however One Thimble accepts no responsibility or liability for any errors, omissions, loss or damages or other consequences arising from the included information, patterns & tutorials. The views and comments expressed by contributors are not necessarily that of the editor. You should consult experts for advice specific to your circumstances before relying on any of the included information.

7. Prices are displayed on the website in Australian Dollars exclusive of GST and VAT. Taxes will be calculated and displayed at checkout after you’ve entered your address. Your paypal invoice will be in Australian dollars. The rate of conversion from other currencies to Australian dollars will be shown at the bottom of your paypal invoice.



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