Apple just approved 1.20 yesterday and is now ready for upgrades! Thanks again for your patience! Mike Jimenez Owner/Developer Vesta Software, LLC
I submitted 1.2 to Apple over the weekend. There is a new page on the site describing how the export/import process works with iTunes. Hopefully they’ll approve it soon! Mike Jimenez.
I had to remove the use of DropBox from the app. I had it working, but it was too SLOW….. Now I am using the File Sharing feature within iTunes… It works well. You essentially choose “Export” from within Sewing Kit, and then the next time you connect your device to your computer, go into
Well I have 1.20 working, but am running into big speed issues when there are hundreds and hundreds of things to export and import. I’m trying to nail this down and make the export/import as fast as possible. Sorry this is taking longer than expected – I had to re-write the code a few times
Sewing Kit 1.20 testing continues… DropBox has approved the app for production, so start getting your DropBox accounts ready! I have a few more tweaks to make to 1.20 and then its off to Apple for approval. I had wanted to get it out before the end of the year, but I’m afraid that if
Sewing Kit 1.20 (skipped 1.19 due to size of new update) is in test mode… I’m running it through its paces… Hopefully available in a few weeks… This version will include the ability to turn on and off “links” to patterns, fabrics, and people from within your projects… You can link a project to a
To all of you who have experienced issues in updating to version 1.18, I want to address a couple of things. If you updated and can launch the app and see your data, this message is not for you. First of all, I’m really sorry the app did not just update smoothly. I did everything
Welcome to our new home page! We’re busy building our next apps beyond Sewing Kit and want to get the site ready to host more than one app! Sewing Kit 1.18 was just approved by Apple! Visit our Sewing Kit page to see the details, or the iTunes Store to purchase!