My Image magazine for autumn 2015 is out with 16 exclusive sewing patterns for home sewers
I must admit that I do look forward to seeing a copy of My Image magazine as it always contains 16 fab patterns along with pull-out pattern sheet to make them as well as instructions in 4 languages.
My Image has upped its game this time, the photography showcasing the designs has certainly improved. And this time, I think they've come up with 16 mix and match stretch fabric patterns that could have your autumn wardrobe all worked out. They've also recently added some clear step-by-step images to aid you through the make.
Each pattern is ranked in difficulty from 1 to 5 (1 for novices and 5 for more skilled sewers.) The magazine-style pattern book sells for $5.95 so is really good value. There's also a 50% discount code included so you can download three additional PDF patterns - Marian Tunic, Christy Blouse and Joelle Dress.
What's in the autumn issue?
Most of the garments have been designed for stretch fabrics (unless otherwise stated below) and have comfort and practicality in mind but also have stylish detailing that will make them look stand out from the crowd when made.
M1551 - Jodphur style trousers
M1552 - Fitted Jacket
M1553 - Dress with faux wrap front
M1554A/B - Slim-fit zip front jacket/cardigan
M1555A - Raglan sleeve dress
M1556 - Coat ( designed for two-sized fabrics like fake sheepskin)
M1557 - Two-piece Dress (with extra plus sizes) mix and match fabrics
M1556 - Cardigan/Jacket for shaggy fur fabrics
M1559A/B - Dress with yoke and princess seams
M1560A/B - Pencil Skirt with option to add inseam piping
M1561 - Skater Dress
M1562 - Roll-neck Sweater
M1563 - Sporty Sweat Trousers
M1564 - Jeggings Trousers
M1565 - A-Line Tunic
M1566A/B/C - Bags (3 shapes to choose from)
Here's a few of our favourites below: (M1561 Skater dress), (M1559 Dress, M1554 Jacket and M1563 Trousers), (M1557 two-piece Dress) and (M1556 Coat).
To get your copy of the autumn issue or sign up for a subscription visit the official webshop for Image Wear Patterns, click here.