Episode 95: New patterns

#95 All the New Patterns! #pfPajamaParty

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Catch up:


My new knit dress is coming along.  🙂

Also a ONE SHOULDER DRESS – OMG.  Does anyone beside me want this?  I don’t know but we’re gonna find out.


Running pants!  Supplex fabric – used the True Bias Hudson Pants, smaller range here, men’s here.  Did the same with a pair of shorts.  Love them.  So much more comfy than leggings and held up for half marathon!

Update: Quink Colorway!  – Fatthighsandmermaidpants – Parker pens “THE English pen” blue colorway is called quink!

Sewing community helpful note:

Merchant and Mills video tutorials

New Patterns:

Jenny did: Tammy, Lucille, Lucy, Elba, Nellie

Fibremood Special Edition!,

Adventure Bag Sewing Pattern

Pattern Emporium:

All In easy fit shirt

Ocean Daze Very oversized shirt

Cashmerette Club this month –  Avola Slip dress – perfect for #pfPajamaparty

Peppermint Magazine Pay what you wish ($0 – 20) Rosalie Skirt up to 60” hip

Itch to stitch Shau vest pattern

The Shau Vest is a perfect layer on a fitted blouse, turtleneck, T-shirt or dress. Not only does the Shau elevate your outfits, but it also adds warmth, thus extending the practicality of cool-weather clothes. The Shau Vest can be adapted for different looks. Use small-floral fabric with fur trim to make an Asian-inspired vest, or use wool plaid fabric with leather trim to make a Highland look.

Next up for us:

Beverly: Christmas dress using M&M checked linen red/navy – Hinterland Hack of my own (simple), Itch to Stitch Celeste Dress for my mom

Marlo Sweater from True Bias

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One reply on “Episode 95: New patterns”

Thank you for the head’s up that Pattern Emporium offers some patterns that fit up to a 149 cm (58-3/4 inch) hip, placing them within my personal inclusivity buying guidelines. Taking a look at their website, I liked a number of features, including bust cup variations for some patterns, clear labelling for woven and knit fabric styles, and no-hunt sizing data. Bonanza!

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