The Edit: New Sewing Pattern Releases 7 Jan

Happy Sunday and welcome back, we hope you had a fantastic break and are ready to get started on some sewing in 2024. It’s time for your weekly dose of The Edit: New Sewing Pattern Releases. This blog and vlog highlight some of the new arrivals to hit the shop this week. Kate natters about all the details you need to know so if you’re a pattern nerd like we are, this is for you!

Can we take a moment to swoon over this dress, a romantic start to 2024, and we are into it. for this adding it to their make list it’s the Juliette Dress from Silversaga Patterns. We love that the neckline has an elastic channel so the dress can be worn on or off the shoulder for different looks.
The Makers’s Atelier latest release could be your perfect go-to trouser. Choose from a more casual fly front and waistband or a more traditional cut with a side zip and no waistband. A great project to get your teeth stuck into.
Selvedge Magazine lastest issue titled Uncut. The conversation in ths issue revolves around the concept of value. Scarcity and value were comfortable bedfellows in a pre-industrial society, but today, when we live in a world of abundance, to what and how we assign value is a more challenging question.
The perfect time to start sewing something for spring.. then at least we know we’ll get it finished in time! The Amalfi blouse features a gathered neckline, raglan sleeves and a button down front.
If you’re looking for a couple of easy options to kick start your 2024 sewing then check out Sew Over It’s latest offering. The hobby bag has loads of external pockets to keep all your craft sundries and a divider down the middle of the bag. It’s suitable for loads of different uses so you can have them dotted all over your home.
Another lovely easy sew is the apron, with it’s cross over back and external pockets. you can easily whip this up in a couple of hours and could be a great stash buster!
If you are looking for a lovely simple sew then the Skyline tee from Sew House Seven is worth having a look at. They always do basics really well and there are so many variations to this top you’ll want to sew more than one.
Last but not least we have the Quileute dress and top for kids. Its come in ages 2-16 years and this such a versatile pattern that you are bound to get a lot of use out of it.

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