28 September 2020

New Releases of Indie Sewing Patterns [Sept 21 - 27 2020]

 Prepare yourself! 'Coz this weeks list is a bit longer than usual. Just a bit though ;-) 

So I suggest you grab a cuppa (or two) and browse through last weeks beautiful new releases. If you're a fan of loose, relaxed silhouettes, this truly is your year and you especially may find something this week. Thanks to a certain virus and its effects fashion is all about comfort and sewing pattern designers adapt quickly.

Enjoy!  

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Please note: 

This list is not intended to be exhaustive and does not include patterns for children. If you know of other new pattern released this week, feel free to tell me in the comments or email minn@minnsthings.com. The list is sorted by the order in which I added the items.
Although I do have affiliate accounts for some of the companies mentioned here, I do not use any affiliate links for the listed new patterns here. I would only use such links if I actually made the pattern and in that case I would always point it out clearly.
The sizes as I state them are mostly in US - otherwise I'll add the code if possible. Please note, that some designers do not state their sizing standard, so always check the given measurements before buying a pattern. 


Dresses & Tops

  • Irma [I Am]: shirt style with collar, high-low hem, concealed button front, back yoke with box pleat, classic shirt sleeves or cuffed bishop sleeves, shirt or dress length; available as pdf & paper; for wovens; sizes EU 34-52 (pdf) and 36-46 (paper); 
  • Women's Sapphire [LittleKiwisCloset]: short, 3/4 or long raglan sleeves, full princess seams front and back, scoop neckline, curved or swing hem, 3 lengths; available as pdf; for knits; sizes XXS-5X; 

Just Dresses

  • Wildwood Wrap Dress [Sew House Seven]: true wrap, with separate waist belt, drapey shawl collar, shoulder and waist darts, dropped shoulders, slim fit midi skirt; available as pdf; for wovens; sizes 00-20; 
  • Valentina Dress [Designer Stitch]: draped front with keyhole neck, waist tie and mock wrap skirt, sleeveless or petal sleeves; available as pdf; for wovens; sizes 2-26; 
  • Alana [Sinclair Patterns]: fit & flare, princess seams with optional side pockets, scoop neck, sleeveless or short, 3/4 or long sleeves; available as pdf; for knits; sizes 0-30; 

Just Tops

  • Carmanah Sweater [Thread Theory]: designed for male figures; classic zip sweater with kangaroo pockets and a hood, yoke on front and back, long sleeves; available as pdf; for knits; sizes XS-4XL; 
  • #720 Sherrard's Blouse [Silhouette Patterns]: loose fit, small stand-up collar, overlapped asymmetrical front, long sleeves; available as paper; for wovens; sizes 1-4 and 5w-8w with B, C and D cups; 
  • #320 Bailey's Cowl Neck Tank and Wrap [Silhouette Patterns]: really just a cowl neck tank and a separate wrap shrug with elbow length sleeves; available as paper; for knits (drapey wovens work too); sizes 1-4 and 5w-8w with B, C and D cups; 
  • Eira top [Ploen Patterns]: relaxed fit, boatneck, dropped shoulder and 3/4 sleeves, back yoke with optional keyhole opening; available as pdf; for knits; sizes EU 32-54; 
  • The Lounge Shirt [The Maker's Aterlier]: generously oversized, with collar, front patch pockets, front button closure, long sleeves with cuffs and placket; available as paper; for wovens; sizes UK 4-22; 
  • Preston Knit Sweater [style ARC]: square shaped sweater with long raglan sleeves, crew neck, inseam pockets; available as pdf & paper; sizes 4-16, 10-22 and 18-30; 
  • Tyra Tee [Just Patterns]: oversized, boxy fit with subtle waist shaping, dropped shoulders with short sleeves, crew neck; available as pdf; for knits; sizes EU 34-56; 
  • Clochette [I Am]: t-shirt, but woven with ribbing finishes, 4 pleats shoulder to hem in the front; available as pdf & paper; for wovens (and ribbing); sizes EU 34-52 (pdf) and 36-46 (paper); 

Pants & Skirts

  • Glissando [Love Notions]: high waisted pants, shorts & skirt, exposed button fly, curved front and back patch pockets, back darts and full belly adjustment for shaping; available as pdf; for wovens; sizes 0-32; 

Just Pants

  • Peggy Trousers [Sew Over It]: high waisted, paperbag style, zip fly and elastic at sides and back, pleats at the front, back patch pockets, relaxed fit, slightly tapered to the ankle; available as pdf & paper; for wovens; sizes 6-20 and 18-30; 
  • #3020 Lulu's Align Leggings [Silhouette Patterns]: simple or with built-in side pockets and back yoke, both with wide waistband and gusset; available as paper; for knits; sizes 4-18 and 14w-28w; 
  • Panoramix [I Am]: high waisted, tapered trousers, invisible zipper at the side, back pockets, optional asymmetrical wrap at the front; available as pdf & paper; for wovens; sizes EU 34-52 (pdf) and 36-46 (paper); 

Just Skirts

  • Joliette [Little Lizard King]: slight a-line, slim-fit skirt with front button closure, mini or knee length, optional pockets; available as pdf; for wovens; sizes 0-18; 

Layers

  • Hudson [Little Lizard King]: cardigan/duster with drop shoulders, long or cuffed bishop sleeves; available as pdf; for knits; sizes 0-18; 
  • #820 Brenda's Hoodie [Silhouette Patterns]: relaxed fit, long raglan sleeves, partial zipper, princess seams, pockets and hood; available as paper; for knits; sizes 1-4 and 5w-8w with B, C and D cups; 
  • Arlo Track Jacket [Friday Pattern Company]: designed unisex; semi-fitted, with sport collar and front pockets, full front zip, 3 lengths, long sleeves, seamline details; available as pdf; for knits; sizes XS/0 - 7X/32; 
  • Merlin [I Am]: loose fit lapel coat, closed with 1 button, two piece sleeves, welt pockets; available as pdf & paper; for wovens; sizes EU 34-52 (pdf) and 36-46 (paper); 

Those following me for a while may already have heard: I am VERY picky when it comes to sewing patterns. Even worse than with RTW fashion. Even if a pattern catches my eye, I think about it for weeks until I decide to buy it and I look up every make from other sewists I can find. 
Just so you know, lol. 

What I actually wanted to say, is that I really like the Arlo Track Jacket. Even though my previous experience with a Friday Pattern Company pattern was not the best, but I am willing to give them another try. I have bookmarked it and I will think about it for the next while. 

Looking for more new sewing patterns & updates? Check out last weeks post here
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