Where can I find How To videos?
Help videos are available for the more complex steps in some of our patterns.
Where can I find Children's Corner Patterns?
We love our many Brick & Mortar shops across the country. See here for a complete lists of shops that sell our patterns.
How can I get help as I sew a Children's Corner Patterns?
We would be happy to help you in any way, please contact us or call us at 800-543-6915.
What size pattern should I sew?
While children come in many shapes and sizes, we have created a size measurement chart to help you identify which size pattern will best fit your model.
I have heard a certain pattern is discontinued, can you help me find it?
We love the classic patterns too! Unfortunately, we are usually the first to run out of pattern styles and do not have extras on hand. Many times you can find discontinued patterns at our many Brick & Mortar shops across the country. We also encourage you to try sites such as Etsy or Facebook groups for individuals who may be selling from their personal stash.
Would you redraft a pattern in a specific size?
Grading patterns is an expertise-level skill. We encourage you to work with your local shop and trained instructors to achieve these specific needs.
Where are my skirt patterns?
Many times, the instructions describe how large to cut that piece. It is shown on the cutting layout due to the size of the piece(s), to be sure you allow space. Children's Corner patterns Katina does not have actual pattern pieces for the skirts. The instructions describe the size to cut for each skirt. This decision was made to maximize the number of pattern sizes offered in Katina.
Where is my neck/sleeve-band, placket, or sash pattern piece?
Many times, the instructions describe how large to cut that piece. It is shown on the cutting layout due to the size of the piece(s), to be sure you allow space.
Other pattern companies print pattern pieces on white paper, why are yours on tissue?
We love using tissue. It affords us the opportunity to offer each size and pattern piece on its own, without stacking them. When patterns are stacked, you must trace the size you are making. With our patterns on tissue, you open your pattern and cut out the size pieces you need and begin to sew! Tissue has served the patternmaking industry for decades, and we agree with its superior quality.
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