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  • It's always really lovely when we receive new men's sewing patterns, so imagine how giddy we are to have nine patterns in two collections to introduce to you?! Thread Theory have brought out their amazing jeans, T-shirt, waistcoat and pyjama bottom patterns in paper version, and I AM Patterns have launched their first assortment of casual menswear patterns. Continue reading

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  • We recently welcomed the Friday Pattern Company at Backstitch, making space for ten elegant and comfortable designs, with another three new patterns eagerly awaited. The designer behind the Friday Pattern Company is Chelsea Gurnoe, based in Sacramento, CA. Her modern sewing patterns are minimalist and easy to sew, fun and cheeky. In addition, 5% of their proceeds go to a rotating collection of charities. Continue reading

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  • The Papercut Patterns Geo collection is, of course, gorgeous. This latest collection features plunging backs, elegant silhouettes, geometric influences and the superior craft for which Papercut is known. The Papercut Geo collection was influenced by rocks and all things geology; the Pinnacle Top and Sweater has a cropped, oversized fit featuring two front triangle panels, inspired by a Pinnacle, a high pointed piece of rock. The Ravine Dress has a plunging back... Continue reading

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  • The lovely Victory Patterns Lola Sweater Dress has been revised and reissued, and we are delighted to (re)introduce her to you. Lola is inspired by the classic crew neck sweater, which is the ultimate cozy garment. It ties in feminine elements, giving this comfortable, classic style a sleek update. This slip-on dress features an angled waistline, with front and back princess seams, which provides soft shaping for this sweater style. The "V" detail along the neckline gives the nod to its garment muse. It also features relaxed raglan sleeves, oversized wrap-around pockets, and a ribbed neckline, hem band, and sleeve cuffs. Continue reading

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