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New Marfy Patterns

Marfy 2523

Stretch your sewing skills with the newest Marfy pattern collection.

Marfy, an Italian pattern company, is known for their no-nonsense approach and high-fashion designs. Their patterns are made for the advanced sewer and do not include seam and hem allowances, cutting layout, nor sewing instructions. This season’s collection includes 50 fabulous new patterns.

Pattern 2523 is described as “a modern peplum” dress. It has a vertically pleated panel running from the hem to the left shoulder that is secured at the waist with a belt. You can dress this pattern up or down based on your fabric selection.

Pattern 2470 is a sleeveless dress with princess seams. Its simple silhouette is matched with a dramatic asymmetrical draped “sash.”

Make a stylish tunic with pattern 2606. This top is sleeveless, has two scarf-like points in the back, and a tied stand-up collar. Fabrics such as crepe de chine and chiffon are recommended. 

Pattern 2608 is a chic high-waisted sheath. The bodice, with an edgy slit above the bust is joined to skirt above the high waist. This pattern is ideal for color blocking.

Visit Butterick’s or Marfy’s website for the complete new collection!

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  1. just jane | | #1

    Through the years of sewing I have taken classes, read books and magazines to learn and perfect my skills. I have taken flat-pattern classes but work mostly with a dress form and muslins.
    Draping is another world to me.
    One thing I realize, in the broad world of 'sewing' one can never stop learning.

  2. sewinghands | | #2

    Hi I been sewing over 30years and I have never tryed sewing Italian patterns before. I'm willing to give this a try. This sounds like an out of the box for me. But sewing for 30yrs I'm willing to give this a try. I can't stop now. Never know may like it.

  3. smockerlady | | #3

    Gosh,

    So disappointed lately.
    Saw this article and emailed Marfy in Italy to order pattern 2608.................a week later and still no response!!

    As I live in Turkey and cannot order on Vogue or Butterick sites, and they have no distributors in the UK ( I still have family there and a U.K. address) I have to wait or chase them to see why they haven't answered my query.

    Frustrated sewist or what!!

  4. smockerlady | | #4

    Hi there,

    Pleased to report that after sending a second request, Marfy got back to me today.

    So, now able to get my order sorted out. Only fair to report back a happy ending.

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