New Butterick Patterns
Five pant styles in one pattern is featured in Butterick’s latest pattern collection. The wide-ranging collection covers the basics, and more–from chic dresses to warm and fashionable outerwear.
Pattern 5682 is a complete jeans wardrobe. From one pattern make pants slim-fit, straight leg, boot-cut, flared, or trouser style. Jeans aren’t your thing? Make these pants in any almost any bottom-weight fabric.
Pattern 5672 is an easy-to-sew, close-fitting dress designed for knits with moderate stretch. This otherwise simple silhouette becomes chic with left side pleats that create a stylish drape. Make it sleeveless or with elbow-length sleeves.
Pleats and a beautiful drape come together in pattern 5674. This above-the-knee dress has shoulder pleats extending just over the arm to create a faux cap sleeve. Color-block the front overlay for added interest.
Connie Crawford’s parka, pattern 5689, combines comfort and a unique style. Oversized to layer over cool-weather clothing, this jacket has slightly dropped sleeves, pockets, and an asymmetric collar. In keeping with Connie’s complete line, it is sized for misses’ and women’s sizes.
Pattern 5683 is an outerwear wardrobe. The two vest styles and two jacket styles are all easy to sew and have two collar and pocket variations to choose from. This pattern is perfect for comfy fabrics such as Sherpa, fleece, double-sided pre-quilted fabrics.
Find these and other great patterns in Buttericks Fall 2011 Collection.
5674 Line sketch