Ottobre Design kids sewing pattern - 4/2018

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Use Clothes and Apparel
Manufacturing Finlandia
Sold per 1
Number of pages 65
Release date 2018
Language French
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Models in this issue 

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

The first signs of Autumn

As autumn arrives, new clothes, adapted to the season, will be appreciated. A long-sleeved dress, leggings, a tunic, a short-sleeved dress, various t-shirts, two jogging bottoms and two wool knit sweaters. A parka with cute cat ears that suits girls and boys. sizes 80-140 cm

Seasonal basics for your little miracle

Season sets for babies and toddlers. Sweatshirt, jogging suit, hoodie, bodysuit, jersey jeans, dress and leggings. A superb combination in wool knit.

For ordinary school days

When school starts again, children need clothes to wear every day. A hooded t-shirt, a sweatshirt, several t-shirts, jeans, a chino, a mid-season jacket with a removable hood, a ruffle top and a jersey dress. Plus, a basic zipped vest and jogging bottoms! Sizes 110 / 128-152 / 170 cm

Cooler days to come

The students will be delighted by this sporty collection made in autumnal colors. A zipped vest, a hoodie, two t-shirts, a chino and a jogging suit. Sizes 128-170 cm.

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.