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New Simplicity Patterns

Jan 07, 2011
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Simplicity’s latest pattern book has arrived. Here are some of their great looks for the season:

Dresses are the favorite garment of choice for spring. For an updated, yet classic, option try the princess seamed dress from the Amazing Fit collection (no. 2247). Or for a more cutting edge look how about a dress and jacket pair from the ever popular Cynthia Rowley line (no. 2250). The newest pattern in the Threads Magazine Collection includes a dress with a jacket and skirt to match. There are also cute new patterns for the little people in our lives. Project Runway Inspired pattern, no. 2265, is a sweet spring dress for little girls. It is sized for both baby and toddler (sizes 1/2 through 8) and offers two bodice and length variations.  

Getting ready to travel a bit?  Make a fun overnight bag and matching clutch for those weekend getaways.  The pattern also includes an easy luggage tag!  Simplicity gives great inspiration by styling this set in fun Amy Butler fabrics.

These are just a few of the great new patterns so be sure to check out their full line

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  1. carlygirl January 15th

    love the toddler size pattern - would be great for a 2/3 year old - thanks for sharing.

  2. User avater GracieMastic January 11th

    I bought pattern #2247 yesterday! I live in an area that does not offer much in fabrics; so I am scouring the internet today to find just the right fabric. I am going to be making it for my grand daughter. I love the flattering lines in this little dress. I also appreciate the touch of retro style. It reminds me of a dress I made for a college design class and fashion show in the 1960's. Very flattering for a wide range of figures.

  3. auntier January 10th

    Just what I need...thanks.

  4. wondering04 January 10th

    Thanks for the update on the patterns.
    Heather

  5. User avater YarnUiPhoneApp January 9th

    I always like looking at Rowley's patterns. I went to school with her cousin...besides, Cynthia's from Chicago, where I live!

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