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College Series: Snarky Latin

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Check out our new College Series -- three snappy Latin PDF pattern designs! I realize I'm mixing Greek-ish borders with Latin phrases, but that was just a pop quiz to see if you're paying attention. I got these phrases from the always-awesome McSweeney's. The article by Dani Bostick is called Honest Latin Mottoes For Your Overrated University. But what do these mean? Noli hic rem facere ridiculum ="Don't Be An Idiot Here". Dormire quam superare = "To Sleep Rather Than to Excel". Convivium, Fornicatio, Prae Amnibus Aes ="Partying, fornication, and above all debt" . Stitch 'em up and send 'em...

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Interview & Free Pattern

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Nice interview I enjoyed doing over at Autostraddle. Plus a free pattern I created for them with a pet phrase of theirs.

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PDF Gift Pack is back!

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Here's a great idea either as a gift for yourself or your friends: Give 'em our PDF Gift Pack: for a flat rate of $25, you'll get a promo code good for 10 PDFs (a $50 value). That's enough half-price PDFs to keep you or your friend busy for months! This year I've made a bunch of gift cards you can print out to give the recipient (not just for the Gift Pack, but you'll find them all on that page. Follow the directions here to get your PDF Gift Pack and enjoy the graphics! (there will be more).

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How PDF patterns work

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Our PDF patterns are delivered directly via email once you pay and check out. Usually, they're pretty instant or arrive within minutes. If that DOESN'T happen, check your spam folder because the files come from a PDF server called getsy. If you don't see any PDFs anywhere, email me and I'll send your order again. Downloads are limited, so PLEASE download and save each PDF to your computer, otherwise I end up spending all my time re-sending orders. Ack! And if you don't want to have to re-purchase PDFs, please save them to an external source or dropbox just like...

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One more Valentine

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My friend William sent me this photo of a vintage piece he saw in an antique mall. I couldn't resist recreating it and changing up the words. PDF only.

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