Fibre Mood magazine

Fibre Mood Magazine Edition 15

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Buy Edition 15 of Fibre Mood sewing pattern magazine. This latest edition has 12 patterns and 36 style variations for elegant, trendy and comfortable items for summer! This edition has designs for dresses, tops, trousers and a skirt for women, as well as shorts for children.

This sewing pattern magazine is available to buy in the following format:

– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50)

What is Fibre Mood?

Fibre Mood is a sewing pattern magazine. The patterns are mostly for women, with some for children and men as well. The magazine includes lots of style inspiration for each design.

The magazine is laid out in three sections:

1: The first section showcases the patterns included in the magazine with line drawings and beautiful photoshoots and style inspiration.

2: The second section has the patterns. These come on pull-out A1 sheets, folded and stapled into the magazine. The patterns are overlaid, similar to Burda, but they are colour coded which makes them easier to trace off. Some of the sewing patterns also include different variations you can make.

3: Fabric suggestions, fabric requirements, a size chart and finished garment measurements are all included in the magazine for each pattern. Have a look at the pictures included to get an idea. Basic instructions are included in the magazine but these are just illustrations with no wording. Fully illustrated instructions for each pattern can be downloaded in four different languages (English, French, Dutch and German) online FREE here. Find tips on how to use the magazine here.

What patterns are included?

Alena Dress (Women’s, EU sizes 32 – 60, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Belle Top (Women’s, EU sizes XS – XXXL, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Chloe Top (Women’s, EU sizes 32 – 60, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Dolly Dress (Women’s, EU sizes XS – XXXL, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Edda Dress (Women’s, EU sizes XS – XXXL, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Ezra Skirt (Women’s, EU sizes 32 – 60, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Lou Shorts (Children’s, 2 – 14 years)

Mae Dress (Women’s, EU sizes XS – XXXL, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Onah Trousers (Women’s, EU sizes 32 – 60, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Pipa Dress (Women’s, EU sizes 32 – 60, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Vikki Dress (Women’s, EU sizes 32 – 60, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Viola Top (Women’s, EU sizes 32 – 60, approx. UK sizes 6 – 28/30)

Please note: The pattern pieces are included in the magazine on pull-out overlapping sheets so you will need to trace off the pieces you want to use.

Language: This magazine is available in English (the online instructions are available in English, French, Dutch and German).

Seam allowances: The sewing patterns are printed without seam allowances so you will need to add these on when you trace your pattern pieces out.

If you’re looking for more maker inspiration, check out the latest sewing pattern reviews from the sewing community. We also have a sewing blog to keep you up to date with all the news from the world of sewing.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Fibremood Vikki

I’m fortunate enough to get a sneak preview of the FibreMood magazine before it’s published. I get to choose one of the patterns to make prior. honestly I could have easily made everything in it. My choice was the Vikki it’s a maxi dress with a deep V front and back. It has darts hidden inside the bodice to help keep ample bosoms in place.
The skirt pleats remind me of the  By Hand London Tamzin. I found it a little tricky to get even at first, so I completed the skirt then tackled the pleats by drawing them on with tailors  chalk the pressed them into place prior sewing. It was so rewarding watching them form.

The fabric is called ‘Brighton’ I had been gifted 3 metres from Storrs of London. I love the optical illusion the pleats give in the stripe, and of course the colours are amazing! 

I’m sure you will be seeing more of this on my grid @jenlegg_teescreatives 


Sew Dainty
An Easy Breezy Dolly Dress

This edition of the Fibre Mood magazine contains 12 sewing patterns.

* I was given a preview of the patterns contained in this issue by Fibre Mood a few weeks before the magazine launched, and gifted a pattern of my choice. I will only ever accept a pattern if I feel it will truly fit my style and will be a wearable piece in my wardrobe.

I have to say that as a dress lover I was spoilt for choice, but decided upon the Dolly dress pattern.

It's a loose fitting A-line dress which gathers around the neckline, removing the need for bust darts. The elbow length puffed gathered sleeves are finished with a narrow cuff and delightfully comfortable even when reaching up (the whole dress doesn't follow you up)!

In-seam pockets are a useful (some would say essential) part of the dress and the darling neck tie is the perfect width to make a statement.

The dress length is fairly short. I'm 5'2" and this is the length of the dress with no alterations to the pattern. I will add a couple of inches to my next version.

I used a black swiss dot cotton lawn, but this would be amazing in a chambray, gingham, double gauze or seersucker don't you think?

My full review can be found over on my blog here , and can find me over on Instagram if you want to see everything that I get up to!

Take care,

Kathy x