Sis Boom and UncommonWares

We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with UncommonWares, offering you an array of customizable Sis Boom goodies for yourself or friends and family this Holiday season. Over 30 items from door mats and cutting boards to pet beds and aprons, can be customized in over 150 new and unique patterns designed by Jennifer Paganelli and you can’t get them anywhere else! Many items can be monogrammed making them perfect for gift giving.

And now from today till Monday, October 31, UnCommonWares is offering Sis Boom fans 20% off everything with the code SISBOOM20! Happy Shopping.



Blue Nickel Studios and A Color Brigade Giveaway

Scott, the “Mad Color Scientist” over at Blue Nickel Studios, wrote a lovely blog post on our Color Brigade line. We are so grateful for his kind words and support of Sis Boom. Read the beginning of his blog post below and then hop over to his site to read the rest. Psst…definitely read the whole thing, there might be a Color Brigade giveaway at the end!!!


One Fabric Nation – Color Brigade

Honestly, I Just LOVE everything Jennifer Paganelli does. Her fabric design and color sense really speak to me. Well, serenade me is more like it.

Full, rich, and over the top.

Sheer joy to my soul.


Color Brigade is a perfect example. Lush florals and highly detailed damask like patterns. And a fun tiled geometric. Very reminiscent of the fifties.

Read the rest of Scott’s post over at Blue Nickel Studios….

Sis Boom Patterns – Always a Perfect Fit

Long time Sis Boom fan, Rachel Berwick Hodges, was contacted by her friend Christiana Nelson recently to sew dresses for herself and her daughter. Rachel lives in New Hampshire and Christina is in Texas so they weren’t going to have a chance to met in person, pick a pattern together and take measurements. But luckily with Sis Boom Patterns, you always get the perfect fit.

Rachel said of the experience “These patterns are so great! Christy gave me their measurements and I chose the pattern sizes based off of them, which resulted in perfect fits! I haven’t seen either of them in a year, so being able to get a perfect fit just going by measurements means that Sis Boom patterns really are something.”

Rachel sewed the Carolina Mae for Christy and the Meghan Peasant for her daughter. All the fabric used in the dresses is from the Good Company fabric line. Both dresses look amazing on these 2 lovely ladies! Thanks for sharing with us, Rachel.

We hope you’ll keep Sis Boom Patterns in mind for your Holiday Sewing. If you ever have any questions on the patterns or sewing in general, you can join our Sis Boom Pattern Co Facebook Group. Don’t forget to tag us on Facebook and Instagram to show off you Sis Boom creations.




Sis Boom Super Fan: The Gold Magnolia

Happy Friday everyone! Hard to believe it’s October tomorrow. I hope you have been busy with your Fall and holiday sewing and crafts. I just wanted to share this darling Girls Boho Maxi Dress by the Gold Magnolia. Lynn Owen, owner of the Gold Magnolia, made this stunner with fabric from our Nostalgia line. This beautiful dress really highlights our soft and romantic Nostalgia fabric line!


Model: Claudia Mia Hope Andona
Photographer: Claudia Medina
Dress Designer: The Gold Magnolia
Crotchet Bolero: LooHoo Creations

Thanks for sharing with us Lynn. Visit the Gold Magnolia website for clothing for kids from tots to tweens. Don’t forget to share with us on Facebook and Instagram. We love seeing what you are up to!

ScrapBusters with Sew4Home: Rainbow Zippered Pouches in Two Sizes

Thanks to Sew4Home for another great tutorial using Sis Boom Color Brigade fabric. We are always thrilled to see our fabrics in an array of projects for home, office and fashion!


By Sew4Home Editor: Liz Johnson

Designed to be the perfect size to drop into a larger bag or tote, these little pouches are really too pretty to hide! They’re long and slim with a full 12” opening. We combined a bold stripe with a pretty floral and topped them off with a striking rainbow zipper. Follow our design or create your own unique combination of fabric and hardware. It’s a fun and easy project – perfect for experimenting with unusual pairings of color, texture and motifs. So dive deep into your stash pile and pull out something new and different.

Continue reading the article here….