Conquer the West with the Far West shirt for women ! Pretty cuts and yokes will give this nice country touch. Try to make your first shirt with this Lot of Things sewing pattern.
Go take a deep breath of fresh air on a trip, wearing your favorite cowgirl jacket ! This cropped jacket can be made of denim, suede, leather... Advanced level seamstresses will learn from this sewing pattern to become an expert !
Want some timeless and simple pants? Here are the Allumette trousers, available in 2 versions. You will appreciate its modern and timeless drainpipe trousers version, as well as its retro and trendy flared trousers version! Be casual with a pretty blouse and heels or more sportswear with your sweatshirt and sneakers!
Do you feel Rock? And even furiously Glam Rock ?! No doubts, Scarlett is made for you, its large metallic zip will perfectly sublimate your curves! Leather, jeans, suede ... Scarlett is available in dozens of fabrics.
This small model, which is available in 2 versions, will be the ideal ally for all your parties. With or without flounces this dress can be declined to infinity. Simple and chic in black Milano fabric or fairy-style with sequined flounces.
You'll just want to roll in your comfy sweater as colder seasons come! Let's say it, a blanket is not easy to move but your sweatshirt Douillette is so comfy that it's as it was a moving blanket. Open in the back like our Queen Elisabeth, Douillette is ideal for beginners.
Want a stylish blouse ?! Whether you make it with a pretty veil fabric that will reveal your bustier or with a poplin with girly patterns, Maryette will become your must. Slightly off, this short blouse, with its pretty puff sleeves, can be worn with a pencil skirt for a chic style or even with jeans for a more casual attitude.
Here is the Queen of blouses! With its opening on the back you will have this little offbeat side that pleases so much... Level is "advanced" : the complexity to mount this collar and create wrist finishes will make you an expert in mounting blouses. You will find detailed explanations on how to position your pieces on your fabric so you don't waste any...