Thread Theory, new menswear pattern brand

Thread Theory is a new Canadian pattern house led by Morgan and Matthew Meredith from Vancouver Island. Morgan does the designing, while Matthew, the self proclaimed computer nerd,
is the photographer and ideas-man

The brands first collection, named the Parkland Collection, consists of four patterns. Three of which are in print now:

1. The Newcastle Cardigan
2. The Strathcona Henley and T-Shirt
3. The Jedediah Pants.
4. The Goldstream Peacoat (coming soon)

The Newcastle cardigan is a cosy knit-cardigan with a shawl collar and customisable shoulder and back yoke. While the Strathcona Henley and T-Shirt is a great basic pattern that can be made up with long or short sleeves and with either a crew-neck or a 1 inch henley placket (that’s the buttony bit). Alternatively, it can be made in a heavier knit as a sweater.  The Jedediah Pants and Shorts are a chino style slim trouser, which can be made either in a heavy fabric such as denim or twill, or made in a light summer fabric such as linen.

Aside from these patterns being stylish and accessible to beginners, it’s also worth mentioning the packaging is very eye-catching too, and would make great presents for keen dressmakers.

Find out more about the Thread Theory pattern brand or to get your hands on these patterns in the UK, visit Backstitch where they stocks this exclusively-menswear patterns in stock on their website: click here to go to the page.