All of my patterns are digital PDF files and can be conveniently printed using your standard home printer. Upon purchase, these digital patterns are swiftly delivered to the email address provided, where you can access them via the download link provided. Additionally, you can locate the download link on the order confirmation page following payment.

In case you don’t find your pattern in your inbox, please remember to check your spam folder. It’s crucial to double-check that you’ve entered the correct email address when placing your order.

This means you’ll receive the PDF pattern almost instantly!

For those with an Account, all digital products you acquire are automatically stored in your account for future access and can be downloaded at your convenience.

This is included

  • 1 PDF – Pattern information
  • 1 PDF – E-Pattern A4 and US letter with seam allowances
  • E-pattern A0 for printing at a copy shop with seam allowances

Included in this pattern package are essential PDF documents for your convenience. From clean, computer-drawn pattern shapes to yardage amounts, button placement and grain lines, I’ve ensured all the fundamentals are at your fingertips. Utilize PDF layers to print only the size you need, simplifying your sewing process.

However, it’s important to note that this pattern doesn’t include sewing illustrations or finishing techniques. I trust in your ability to bring the garment to life with your expertise and creativity.

To make the most of the sewing patterns, ensure you have Adobe Reader installed. Follow the instructions provided in the “Pattern information” PDF to print and assemble your pattern accurately. Whether you choose to print it at home or send the A0 file to a copy shop, I’ve made it easy for you to get started.

As you embark on this sewing journey, remember that my patterns are rooted in historical authenticity. They most certainly require adjustments to fit modern bodies and preferences. I recommend fitting a muslin mock-up to achieve the perfect silhouette, considering the nuances of period-inspired designs and the fact that every body is different.

I am currently offering my patterns in English, allowing me to reach a wider audience of passionate sewists and fashion enthusiasts around the world. This stems from my desire to make my designs accessible to as many people as possible, fostering a diverse and inclusive community of makers. I am open to the possibility of translating them into other languages based on interest and demand. Your feedback and interest are invaluable to me, and if there’s a significant demand for translations, I’ll certainly consider making them available in additional languages.

Feel free to explore my slowly growing range of patterns and familiarize yourself with my shop policies before placing your order. Thank you for choosing Ankany, where every stitch tells a story.