Phoenix Jumper is a must-have sweater! It’s a basic model that’s easy to combine or which can be worn all on its own in this pimped version with a punch needle or cutting plotter print.
Scout Dress is the dress you want for your kid this Spring! Stitch it long and flimsy for a ceremony! Choose the A-line blouse dress with breast pockets. Plus, there are several versions: ankle-length or short, tied at the waist with a ribbon or worn loose without a ribbon. Sizes: 2 - 14 years
Jutta is an A-line skirt with very comfortable slit pockets. The chord used to close the skirt gives your waist a striking touch. It falls to just below the knee and has the option to be worn fitted on the waist or loose around the hips. Jutta will take you from beach to bar, all season long!
The Kai blazer is fairly loose cut, but can be tightened with a belt to accentuate the waist. Make the blazer and trousers in the same colour so that you're on the same page as the monochrome trend.
Short, oversized jacket with wrist-length, wide sleeves. It can be adapted to the season. Use a warm fabric or lined, faux fur to make a winter version. Use a thinner fabric without a lining to create a summer version.
Vita is the perfect go-to T-shirt for your everyday wardrobe and features a flattering V-neck, cap sleeves and an optional pocket. Pair it with jeans, a paper-bag waist skirt or your favourite summer shorts. Can't decide on a colour? Make two or three! This project will take you no time at all!
Josie is a sleeveless top with side slits that can be tightened at the waist. We've designed more than one version of this top – our pattern hacks, so to speak. For example, we also created a shorter version, the boxy top.
The Josie boxy top is an offshoot /pattern hack of the Josie top. As the name suggests, this top is a shorter, looser version of the basic model. Pair it with a skirt or a pair of high-waisted trousers.
Wallys is a long sleeve wrap blouse that goes well with several different styles and is nice for a variety of occasions. The line created by the top's wrap creates a V-neck with an open feel. This blouse accentuates your waist, drawing attention away from your stomach. Make this blouse in a plain fabric or one with a print.
Velvet is the perfect fabric for a winter dress that still looks great for the holidays. The cut of this model is close-fitting with button details at the waist and on the bracelet sleeves.
Wrap dresses are an absolute must for this season! That means wearing the Vienna guarantees that you'll be well on top of this elegant trend. Even better, you don’t have to wrap it every time you put it on, because the wrap has been stitched into place at the waist. It doesn’t get more convenient than that. Vienna is a short sleeve, striped long dress.
Mira is a hip little, loose-cut A-line summer dress. Interested in something a little more form-fitting? Make the bands slightly narrower so that there’s less fabric to ruffle. Do you dream about romantic dresses? Try sewing decorative ribbons between the seams. Or go for a longer version using our no-hassle technique for lengthening patterns.
If elegant dresses are totally your thing, then the Taylor dress in your wardrobe is an absolute must. Taylor has shaped sleeves, sleeve trim and a slot neckline with a slight fold. The dress is cut in an A-line and has an elasticised waistline. It’s sure to be a hit!
Every summer needs a brand new dress. Make the most of your summer tan and pedicure with this babydoll dress that is sure to turn heads. The deep V-neck highlights your neckline and décolletage, while the ruffled sleeve adds a touch of romance.
Discover the new French edition 5 Fibre Mood. Find 23 sewing and knitting patterns. A magazine full of cheerful & airy patterns: imagine yourself in Ibiza with the wonderful Summer, the South of Italy with the Sara or in the Provence with Joanne. From a quiet morning with Trish to a stylish evening with Robyn: this holiday will completely fill your...
Discover the new French edition 6 Fibre Mood. Find 16 sewing and knitting patterns. The new edition softly brings fall in our wardrobe with elegant, fashionable and confortable clothing pieces. Perfect to combine and to face climate change !
Our Arlette skirt from the Spring issue was such a success that we decided to add a fresh new option to alter the pattern for you! Here you will find a simple way to make the wrap skirt with larger flounces or ruffles. Pair it with a cropped boxy top and sandals and you’re ready for the sultry days of Summer ahead.
It's the Harold dress shirt with pockets that makes for a stylish outfit. The look you end up with changes based on how you choose to combine it. It can be worn open with a T-shirt underneath or simply be worn buttoned up. The shirt is made of striped jacquard fabric and is relatively close-fitting.
Loose-fitting, round neck girl's top with snap closure at one shoulder, dropped shoulders and an elasticated hem. Sleeve with decorative fabric button at the wrist.
Don’t be afraid to take the leap and dress up with the Victoria top, a romantic vision of Victorian fashion. This top is an absolute must, with its long sleeves and a ruffle collar.
The Hazel hoodie will make you come across as cool and hip. This longer women's hoodie has a kangaroo pocket where you can store anything and everything. Make the hoodie as long or short as you like.
The Julia kimono is perfect for fans of unique items. It can be compared to a trendy karate jacket where you'll find five rows of stitching sewn along the neckline, hem and belt. The side slits lend it a touch of elegance. For those who prefer making this pattern into a dreamy kaftan, it can easily be altered by extending it to the desired length.
Oversize jumpsuit with long sleeves, button fastenings down the front and side pockets along the side seam. By using a belt you can create a waist, just like that!
The Riva jumpsuit has a V-neck wrap top and shaped 3/4 sleeves. It features an elasticised waist and a belt. The length of the trouser legs can be altered based on preference.
Comfortably cut overalls in trendy corduroy (in cognac and pale sea green). Adjustable shoulder straps. Button closure on the sides. Side pockets along the side seam. Large breast pocket.
Miyu is inspired by the “hakama pants” in MOMU’s historical study collection. It is a wide asymmetrical divided skirt with elegant pleats, a broad, belted waistband and snap closure. Lengthen or take in these pants to turn them into maxi pants or culottes. Either way you go, both models guarantee a great result.
Do you still remember ‘Little House on the Prairie'? Well, it just so happens that Western wear is making a grand comeback. Pola is a long, loose, empire-waist dress. The ruffles that fall until just above the ankles give the dress a light and airy quality. Wear the dress cinched in or loose.
Stripes and a loose, ankle-length, long sleeve button-front shirt dress: it’s the ‘it’ outfit of the spring season. The side slits on the Susan dress make for a lovely, airy effect, and a belt accentuates the waist just that little bit extra. This floor length dress is a stylish item that can be worn in all kinds of prints to brighten up your daily outfit.