I see that you have taken to adding a variety of fabrics to the categories.
While we may have hightlighted some fabrics in the past that require special handling (e.g. plaid, velvet, suede), I do not think it is desirable to add all of them, unless you are willing to research and update all 70,000+ patterns on this wiki. Linen, e.g. is not all that special, while admittedly, moire poses some layout challenges. Just afraid that this is going ot go out of control category wise (not even mentioning the spelling variations).
It is acceptable to add the suggested fabrics to the pattern pages in another paragraph - would that work?
Thanks, I can refrain from adding fabrics. I thought since some fabric categories were there I'd use them for patterns I had in hand, but I'm not too exercised about it. Honestly I'd rather not do the extra typing of more paragraphs. :-)
Thanks for your interest. I do list all of my patterns on Amazon, and I am the same person with the Pinterest page where you inquired. I don't have this one at present but I believe amazon does have a button on each listing to request notification if one does become available.
On June 30, you edited Stretch & Sew 1252. You deleted my link (DellaJane) and add a category. My links go to the top of the page, so please scroll down and make sure the pattern is not available before you delete my link next time. I restored the link. Thank you! alice
I am sorry, I didn't have my own image for this pattern and didn't want to take someone else's. The pattern is available on Amazon (by a different seller) if you'd like to refer to that page for verification.
I tried to upload a better photo for Simplicity 4520 A but somehow it's showing up under Wishlist. I don't know how to fix this. Argh. This formatting stuff is getting frustrating. I did try to use Classic Edit as you suggested. Thanks!
Can you please explain the problem with the Amazon review link for Style Pattern 1022? You said that it was inappropriate and "for the review of the pattern" when this is what the reviewer said: "Sew a skirt- extend the wardrobe options. The possibilities are just endless when you build with basics and add style. This pattern will adjust to any look - western, nautical, office, etc." That's the customer's review on the item page -- it is not a review of the transaction.