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My friend, Jennie Chancey, is the owner of –a beautiful site offering authentic historic patterns from various eras. Jennie has just converted most of her patterns into and she emailed me with a very special offer for my readers.

You can get free of your choice! Here's how:

1. Blog about Sense and Sensibility's new line of ePatterns link to .

2. After blogging about it, drop Jennie a line through her form and send your direct blog post URL and the name of the free ePattern you'd like her to send you to download!

How simple is that? What a great deal for all of the seamstresses out there!

Also, don't forget to sign up for the so you can earn a little money for each sale made through your blog post!

PLEASE NOTE: This free ePattern offer is only available to readers of Jennie has kindly requested that you do not post this offer on other blogs or websites. Thanks for your understanding and help in this matter!

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  • says:

    So blogged about that! Joined the program too =)

  • says:

    Just wanted you all to know that I already heard back from Jennie and got my download! She was so fast LOL

  • says:

    I’ve known about Jennie for a long time (and have her Regency dress pattern). Kudos to her for being the Simplicity Regency pattern designer!

  • says:

    How sweet! I’ll definitely link and now shop. . . I didn’t know about her, but love the vintage look on my little one–she has been wearing my 37 year old dresses.

  • says:

    Oh how cool! I have been drooling over Edwardian Apron patterns for awhile… and I think her’s is one of the best prices I have seen yet! I will definitely link back to, and do some future shopping with her!! I will also tell my (seamstress) mom & sisters.. they will *love* her patterns! Thanx for sharing such a treasure!!

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