Ottobre Design kids sewing pattern - 4/2016


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Data sheet
Use Clothes and Apparel
Manufacturing Finlandia
Sold per 1
Number of pages 65
Release date 2016
Language French
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Models in this issue 

Lonely Hills

Dream sets for the foolhardy. A tulle dress, leggings, a jersey blouse and a rock jacket. A lightweight quilted jacket, a chino and a checked shirt. An Andean-style cardigan, a merino wool dress, a sweatshirt sweatshirt and warm leggings. Sizes 92-152 cm

Look what we found in the forest

Some original pieces for the autumn baby wardrobe. An adorable hedgehog bodysuit, a bear sweatshirt, various stretch pants, a zipped hooded vest and two practical combinations. A sweatshirt, velvet milleraies pants and a pretty two-in-one dress. A hooded sweatshirt and warm merino wool pants and a hat with funny bear ears. Sizes 56-92cm.

Urban gardeners

A collection of sets to wear everyday. Beautiful dresses and tunics. A jumpsuit, harem pants and leggings. Two styles of casual pants, t-shirts, a vest and hoodies. Size 74-134cm.

Monday Tuesday happy days

Casual clothes made by college students themselves. A tunic and a fleece sweatshirt with sequins. Thin girl leggings and printed cotton pants. A flannel shirt, a sweatshirt, a jogging suit and a hooded jacket with multiple pockets. A jogging bottoms and a men's long-sleeved t-shirt. Sizes 134-170cm, man sizes 48-56

About Ottobre

Started as a studio of styling by a single woman in 1987, today Studio Tuumat Oy is a publishing company present on the international market. During its early years, the company provides styling and patronage services to the Finnish textile industry and designs its own collection of children's clothing, colorful and close to nature.

The first OTTOBRE design® kids magazine, specialized in children's sewing patterns, was published in 2000. OTTOBRE femme®, a biannual women's pattern magazine, was launched in 2006 and in November 2017 the offer is enlarged with sewing patterns for the whole family including men.

Realizing a project by hand is a source of balance in our contemporary lifestyle, centered around technology, and a movement advocating the pleasure of creating oneself still thrives.

Ottobre magazine is printed on Finnish paper and certified "Nordic Ecolabel", an environmental label that promotes sustainable product design.