Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator
I started designing adult clothing as a child but never imaged that I would still find fulfillment in design now, as an adult, just as I did back then. I am so thankful to be able to play my part in the creative realm of handmade. Forever a maker!
Accepted payment methods
Once confirmed, you may access your download through your Etsy "Purchases" page, which you can find by hovering your mouse pointer over "You" at the top right hand of your screen.
Returns and exchanges
All sales are final.
Our garments are tried, tested, tried and tested again. So, if you are having trouble completing garment construction using our tutorials, we encourage you to contact Sarah at califayecollection [!at] gmail.com. We would be happy to help you in any way we can.
Additional policies and FAQs
For guidance on how to assemble your pattern please feel free to visit our Pattern Assembly Tutorial at http://tutorials.califayecollection.com.
Frequently asked questions
Can I sell items I make with the help of Cali Faye Collection designs?
We encourage the at home seamstress to sell the products made using our designs. However, purchasers of Cali Faye Collection, patterns and tutorials, are not authorized to sell products made from our designs on a wholesale or mass produced basis.
Sales and bundle deals?
I do not offer bundle deals, but I do offer exclusive coupon codes to those who follow my newsletters, or my social media outlets which are referenced above.
Currently we offer sizes 2t-10 in girls and womens sizes XXS-XXL (0-12).
We do not offer sizes smaller than 2t, or tweens.
Womens patterns are designed with ASTM Misses sizing averages which include the average height of 5'7" and Bcup bust.
Are seam allowances included?
A seam allowance of 1 cm (3/8") has been included in every design. Please use this seam allowance, unless otherwise stated in the tutorial.
Do pattern purchases include print copy format files?
As of December 1, 2016, we do not offer print shop options. All patterns and tutorials are intended to be printed at home, on either A1 or US letter paper.