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Helen’s Closet Unisex Wildwood Jacket and Vest is the ultimate quilted garment pattern. Learn how to sandwich layers of fabric and batting together to create a lovely quilted textile that you transform into a cosy and versatile layering piece.
The French Navy Belinda Button-Up Shirt is a versatile wardrobe workhorse that is suitable for a broad range of fabrics. It has two collar and two cuff options and a dartless bodice that is gently shaped, creating a relaxed, but not too boxy, silhouette. Style A features a neat, narrow collar and all the classic features of a button-up shirt. Style B offers a more whimsical aesthetic with a rounded, ruffled collar and ruffled sleeve cuffs.
Sizing: UK 6/8 – 34
The French Navy Tarifa Tee tee has a unique panelled design that makes for a very fun sew. It is a relaxed, boxy T-shirt with a high neckline, two sleeve lengths, and a subtle high/low hemline. You must check out the line drawing to admire the construction!
Maison Fauve has done it again, delivering details pattern connoisseurs will literally drool over. Maison Fauve Tribeca Dress and Blouse is a classic pattern with lots of creative possibilities. Choose to make a dress or blouse; with or without buttons at the front, with or without decorative bias to highlight the yoke bands. The cut is slightly fitted, for a feminine and comfortable drape.
The Atelier Scämmit Berger Vest is perfect for adding a stylish yet cosy layer to your outfit. It has two necklines and plenty of details to pick from. the pattern includes options for a rounded or straight bottom front, cap sleeve, patch pocket and even a gathered lace binding.
Whether baking, tidying the house, hanging out the laundry, gardening, or sewing, this apron will make any task a bit more charming. Oh, and the pockets are so practical. The Folkwear Cookie Apron design was one Cynthia (a longtime Folkwear fan and employee) made from an apron her grandmother made and wore, the pattern for which was originally offered in a 1900s women’s magazine.
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