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  • Pattern Review: Deer and Doe Bruyere Shirt D0013

    A thigh-length tunic offers a twist on the classic men’s dress shirt. It has a spread collar, a separate button placket, a self-lined back yoke, and a curved shirttail hem.

  • Pattern Review: Armani’s Unlined Jacket 1516

    Enjoy a jacket to wear for years to come. It is fitted, with a notched lapel with rounded edges, angled double-welt pockets, front and back shoulder princess seams, a center-back…

  • Pattern Review: 1947 Dress With Cutouts D40-4185

    This V-neck dress replicates a vintage Butterick look. Details abound, including shoulder cutouts and custom shoulder pads. Sleeve options are one-piece tulip sleeves, three-quarter sleeves, or long sleeves with elbow…

  • Pattern Review: Style Arc Taylor Knit Skirt

    Try a quick, below-knee, pull-on knit skirt. This design is form-fitting, with negative ease. It consists of two panels joined by diagonal seams in front and in back, with edgestitching…

  • Pattern Review: Simplicity 8056 Trousers or Shorts

    This Amazing Fit tailored trouser pattern has clean lines, slightly flared legs, and pattern piece options for different body types.

  • Pattern Review: Simplicity 8058 Ensemble

    A lot of style is packed into these pieces by Cynthia Rowley. The hip-length, unlined jacket has a raised neckline, an asymmetrical front, dropped shoulders, patch pockets, and a bound…

  • Pattern Review: McCall’s 7330 Jumpsuits

    A stylish jumpsuit and romper pattern brims with dressmaker details. The core design consists of two pieces joined by an inset waistband that sits at the natural waist.

  • Pattern Review: Marfy 3786 Dress

    Combine fabulous fabrics and trim in this slim-fitting, knee-length dress. It has a three-piece front bodice, an angled waist seam, and loose tucks on the skirt front.

  • Pattern Review: New Look 6394 Blouse

    The mix-and-match details on this versatile blouse pattern are fun to contemplate. The five views offer two lengths and have bust darts, curved hemlines, and a pleated or darted back.

  • Pattern Review: Ralph Pink Ariani Dress

    This bias-cut, sleeveless dress has a band collar, self-lined flounces edging the neckline and the front armscyes, and a center-back zipper.