Sew Liberated began in a drafty adobe house on a street without a name in rural northern Mexico. The year was 2007, and Meg was working as a Montessori teacher in a one-room schoolhouse. With no internet, television, or phone line, Meg spent much of her time honing her sewing and knitting skills. Eventually, she started a blog and began selling patterns based on her designs. Sew Liberated was one of the first indie pattern companies to emerge from the crafting renaissance, and hopes to remain a small, friendly, and fashion-forward presence in the indie designer community.

Meg has authored two sewing books and taught a class on Craftsy, but her favorite thing to do is marvel at the world alongside her three young children, whom she homeschools.  In her spare time, amidst the creative chaos of her children, she enjoys making clothes that flatter the constantly shifting bodies of mothers. She believes that sewing is a self-care practice and enjoys slowing down and taking life one seam at a time.

The Sew Liberated team includes Meg's partner, Patrick, who handles all things technological, as well as the warm and helpful Kim Ventura of Snapdragon Studios, who answers your sewing-related questions. We even have a handy form you can use to contact us.

How to Buy Paper Patterns

Sew Liberated loves and supports independent fabric shops! In order to simplify this homeschooling-designing-small business thing, we only offer digital PDF patterns here in our online shop. We encourage you to purchase our paper patterns directly from your local shop or an online retailer. A list of our wonderful retailers is available here

One of our printing rounds omitted our sizing chart; here it is! Please note that, beginning with the Matcha Top, our sizing range expanded to include sizes 0-24.