New Sewing Patterns

The Edit: New Sewing Pattern Releases – 4 February

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!

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Helloooooo my pretty! If you’ve got a spot for a spring jacket on your sewing list, this is a brilliant choice. The mid-weight Sylvan Jacket is the ultimate chore coat/grandpa cardigan mashup with academia vibes, featuring 12 mix-and-match pocket options. If you’ve ever wanted that perfectly customised jacket that has just the right combination of pockets, or you’ve been wanting to try some new pocket-making skills, this is the jacket for you! It’s a YES from me!

If you’re looking ahead to warmer days (oh, those warmer days…) or are in your summer season right now, this pretty sundress is a great sew. The Tessuti Fabrics Ophelia Dress is fitted above the bust with bust darts and a wide neckband and shoulder straps, subtly shaped at the waist, and gently flared to the midi-length hem. Topstitching highlights the button-through front, stitched-down in-seam pockets, centre back seam, and wide hem.

Hooded scarves are HOT right now… literally. I have spotted loads of knitted versions and have been wondering if a sewing pattern would touch down – and Merchant & Mills has delivered. Enter Audrey. Chicer than I could have hoped for and expertly designed. Not a scarf but more than a hood, Audrey is a warm layer over a coat or a pop of colour over a dress. Make it with contrast or self-lining.

I do love a good sleeve. I do love a jacket. Put this combo together and you have a winning (and dreamy) pattern. The Puff and Pencil Luna Vest and the Kite Sleeve deliver voluminous sleeves on a chic, polished base. It has an oversized fit and can be made with or without sleeves and it closes with snap fastenings. I am in love.

Run… don’t walk… 🫢⁠ a box of the hottest tape in town has arrived. The Kylie and the Machine Fabric ID Tape is here for all your stash-organising needs! You’ll never wonder ‘Have I already prewashed this?’ or ‘What fibre is this fabric?’ ever again… ⁠This smooth adhesive tape is suitable for all fabric materials, and each roll has approximately 250 labels – that should take care of your pile.

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