This week I'm sharing the new sewing patterns we've added to the site in the last month. We have a new issue from Butterick and also a new pattern from Sew Liberated. I was really impressed with the Butterick new season release and have a top pattern, a coat pattern, a jumpsuit pattern and a dress pattern to share with you plus the new Estuary skirt pattern from Sew Liberated. As always I'll share fabrics you could pair them with and everything I share is available on our site and the links are below.
Let's get started with the new season release from Butterick, which was a bumper crop I have to say.
First up we have this lovely blouse sewing pattern with some nice interesting design details. There are two views with an almost halterneck design that twists at the front. One of them has a cut out area between the sleeve and the twist on the halterneck detail and the other doesn't. There is also a view with a twist at the neckline without the halterneck effect.
In addition to the fab neckline variations there are also three sleeve variations to choose from - flared, gathered and trumpet. I do love a nice feature sleeve!
I thought this jumpsuit pattern was also rather pretty with some nice options for different looks.
You could go for the long sleeved version with full length wide leg and make it in our John Kaldor Prestige crepe.
Alternatively the elbow length sleeve with frilled hem and cropped wide leg trousers would look great in our Liza fabric. You may need to line the fabric because it is slightly sheer.
I definitely want to make a coat this winter and had earmarked a pattern already. Then I saw this beautiful Butterick design and all those plans might just go out of the window.
Oh how I love the neckline, the pockets, the belt - everything!
I would whip it up in one of our wool mix fabrics such as this teal boiled wool to add a bright splash of colour to my wardrobe.
I also loved this dress from the new Butterick release.
All options have gathers at the neckline and under the bust, especially good if you are small busted like me. There are also two skirt length options, one with ruffles and three sleeve options - gathered, trumpet and flared with a frill.
For me this ticks the current prairie/peasant dress trend very nicely and I would be tempted to make view A in our dark floral print viscose soft challis lawn.
Being completely honest this wasn't a pattern that immediately jumped out at me and wouldn't be a style I would normally go for. However, after a quick google I found a version I really liked. Someone had made it in a dark floral fabric paired with boots and a turtleneck jumper and it looked great. One of the things I love most about sewing and the online sewing community is that it encourages me to try new styles and step outside my comfort zone.
I think our Liza fabric would work beautifully for this skirt.
I hope you've enjoyed my musings on this month's new sewing pattern releases. Stay tuned for next month it's going to be a bumper crop.
Have fun sewing!
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