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New Autumn Simplicity Patterns

Pattern 1754
Pattern 1755
Pattern 1756
Pattern 1761
Pattern 1757
Pattern 1759
Pattern 1747
Pattern 1749
Pattern 1748
Pattern 1750
Pattern 1767
Pattern 1766
Pattern 1754

Pattern 1754

Photo: Simplicity.com

Simplicity has some great patterns out in their autumn 2012 line. Get yourself (and kids!) ready for the new season in style.

Pattern 1754 features a selection of Project Runway misses dress patterns. Choose from a variety of sleeve lengths and a round or mock wrap neckline to personalize your dress.

Pattern 1755, by Leanne Marshall, consists of misses and miss petite dress patterns. The dress has a pleated skirt, fashionable buttoned collar, and a tie belt. This pattern can be made with short raglan sleeves or a halter top, and the length can be either knee length or below knee length.

Pattern 1756 is a misses jacket pattern by Cynthia Rowley. This double-breasted blazer can be made with or without sleeves. Patch pockets and optional back cut-outs make this jacket stylish and versatile.

Pattern 1757 is Simplicity's Learn To Sew mini dress and top pattern. This simple dress/tunic comes with easy to follow directions, making it the perfect piece for a developing sewer. The top features a round neckline with optional jewel embellishment and an elastic waist.

Pattern 1759 is the misses coat Project Runway collection. Just in time for colder weather, you can create this lined coat with a variety of collars, belts, and pockets. This coat can be either single- or double-breasted.

Pattern 1761 is for a misses and plus size jacket and skirt. The jacket has shaped armholes and pockets, and the skirt can be made in two lengths. The matching knit top has 3/4 sleeves. This Khaliah Ali collection is available in sizes 10-28W.

This collection also features It's So Easy patterns for creating ponchos, accesories, blankets, bags, and more.

Get ready for Halloween with the creative costume patterns available for babies, toddlersmisses, and men.

View the rest of the Autumn Simplicity Pattern line here.

LET US KNOW
Which of these patterns are you most excited to purchase and work with?

estebbins Emily Stebbins, editorial intern
Posted on Aug 6th, 2012 in sewing, garment construction, Patterns, simplicity, autumn

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