Lauren does a fantastic job of teaching you how to draft your patterns in Illustrator. If you can draft a pattern piece on paper, you can learn how to do it in Illustrator. It is relatively easy to draft a pattern in your size (or the size of your child) and then print it out.
I still have much to learn though and even have several patterns in the works. Just need to sit down and really focus on writing the instructions and grading them into their different sizes.
But I have made several things for myself and the kids, written a tutorial or two, and am also working on a few homeschool printables. I think I have some sort of ADD going on because whenever I sit down to work on one project another one pops into my head and I have trouble completing any of them!
Take a look at Pattern Workshop and let me know what you think. If you want this course, then you should definitely go for it now while it's on sale!
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