The Edit: New Sewing Pattern Releases – 4th December 2022
Happy Sunday Fold Liners! 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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Christmas has come early with a shiny new edition of Fibre Mood magazine, and this special edition has a twist! The Fibre Mood team have taken inspiration from and updated their all-time favourites to make them completely on trend, adding a liberal sprinkle of festive vibes.
Fibre Mood Special Edition No. 1 features 17 dazzling patterns (14 + 3 variations) styled in a variety of ways to make creating diverse looks effortless!
It’s no secret that we are huge fans of the quilting trend at the Fold Line, so we’re giddy to spot two patterns included that check that box!
The Marcia Jacket is a double dose of goodness. A cosy jacket that can be made in trendy quilted or teddy fabrics and a must-have body warmer that will keep the cold at bay!
The Lucy Jacket is a dream. It has grown on sleeves, so there are no sleeves to set in and no bulky shoulder seams to navigate.
Party season is here and you might be looking for a pattern to make to wear to all your outings. You get some great options in this edition; these are three of our faves.
The Tammy Dress has a wonderfully simple silhouette embellished with a striking ruffle. Make it in flowy viscose for a romantic look, or accentuate the ruffle with a cotton poplin.
The Lucille Dress is oh-so-elegant. With a tiny peep of skin, the gorgeous twist front makes this party dress far from ordinary.
This special edition also contains some fab designs that we think could become everyday staples in our wardrobe rotation.
The Nellie Dress is a sweet, chuck-it-on swing dress. It looks great with a roll-neck top layered underneath for extra warmth.
The Ruby Dress and Top is a cosy and cool piece that you will get loads of wear out of. This knit fabric pattern should also be a speedy sew!
The Elba Waistcoat is a warm and chic layer that will transform any outfit. Make it in a warming wool or opt for velvet for a party feel!
This is just a selection of what’s included in the magazine! The patterns come on pull-out A1 sheets that are folded and stapled into the magazine. The patterns are overlaid and are colour coded which makes them easier to trace off.
Sizes: Women’s UK 6-28/30
If you want to indulge in a spot of self-gifting or a looking for a present for a budding maker, you might like this Fibre Mood gift bundle! You will receive Edition 21 and Special No. 1 (the two latest issues), which are full of autumn and winter sewing inspiration. There is a saving included compared to buying them separately.
Are you a fan of Fibre Mood patterns? Well, you’re in for a treat because we now have the individual PDF patterns from edition 21 in the shop. These include the Kika Dress which has been a hit with makers, the Farrah Dress which Rachel hacked into a smart shirt and the cosiest cape around!
The PDF sewing patterns include seam allowances and projector files if you prefer. You can buy the PDF pattern on its own, or select our copy shop printing and we will pop the pattern in the post to you… easy peasy!
Sizes: Women’s UK 6-28/30
We are partial to a shirt dress pattern, and this looks like a great one! The Assembly Line Shirt Dress features a slight A-line silhouette and is designed to end at mid-calf. It comes with a regular collar, front button placket, side seam pockets, and two different cuff sleeves to choose from, one full-length and one that ends at the elbow.
Sizing: UK 8 – 18 or UK 18/20 – 28/30
We’ve added a batch of fresh designs from New Look that are well worth a look. This tie-waist jacket is the perfect blend of casual and chic (N6742).
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