Look ahead to spring
It's the first day of winter... so let's start thinking about spring!
Simplicity recently released their 2012 Early Spring pattern collection. Included are our very own Threads and SewStylish patterns as well as other great patterns you’re sure to love.
Threads pattern 1919 is four-piece ensemble with various options. The princess seam jacket has a peplum extending from the waist to the high hip and has two sleeve length options and two collar/lapel variations. The slim-fit, straight-leg pants are cropped or full length. The straight skirt has one front panel with two waist darts and three panels in the back with a flounce in the center panel at the hem. Mix and match these pieces for multiple professional and chic outfits.
SewStylish pattern 1920 is an easy-to-sew, fashionable grouping that comes in both Misses’ and Plus sizes. The T-shirt has bust darts and short cut-on cap sleeves. The loose, flowing jacket has bust darts, an uneven hemline, and three-quarter sleeves with a button and tab for added interest. The straight skirt has an elastic waist and a knee-high slit in front. Also included is a scarf and belt—make them in a coordinating fabric to easily change up your looks.
Other great new patterns include two styles from the Amazing Fit collection. Pattern 1914 is a Misses or Plus size dress with a princess seam bodice and pleated skirt. The sizing is versatile for many body types including slim, average, and curvy and ranging from a B to a DD cup size. Pattern 1918 is a Misses or Miss Petite size pant with a fly front closure and multiple pocket and hem variations. From Project Runway is pattern 1913. This cute princess seam dress has a straight or flared skirt, three sleeve options, and multiple neck and detail options. And lastly, from the Khaliah Ali Collection, is pattern 1938. This skirt, jacket, pants, and dress ensemble is sized for Misses or Plus sizes and B to DD cup sizes.
Check out these and the entire Early Spring collection from Simplicity.
Are you ready for springtime sewing? What are you planning to make for this next season?