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Style Arc launches sewing patterns for kids

Style Arc has just announced the arrival of its
Kids Wear collection! 

After much deliberation, Style Arc has decided to start the collection with everyday basics as building blocks for your little one’s wardrobe. Having a small football team of kids between them, Style Arc are well versed in what is on high rotation in the lttile ones wardrobes!  The new children’s wear range is multi-sized and available in both hard copy and PDF.

Styles such as the Lily Leggings are fabulous for all seasons depending on your selected knit weight. As they grow you can select age appropriate prints/solids to match their changing opinions of what is cool!  The little butterfly appiliqu´s look very cute fluttering across the leg.  The lily leggings pair back nicely with the Billie T-shirt and Sammi Sweatshirt. The Andie dress is a trapeze shape that’s comfy for the fussiest of kids. A lovely broderie anglaise would look pretty on the sleeves with a solid cotton dress fabric.  Featured on this Andie dress are two of the appliqué designs - butterflies and Houses.

They’ve also been busy designing a range of appliqués to coordinate with the collection.  Appliques are a great way to use up those scraps of your favourite fabrics.  The Appliqué range is is available in PDF only.

To view the Kids wear collection and appliqué designs from Style Arc - click here



My Image Autumn Special sewing pattern magazine is out
 

My Image has just launched it’s Autumn Special and it’s full of lovely stretch garments for this season

The Autumn special has just launched from My Image Patterns and features 10 new sewing patterns for the autumn. The magazine includes instructions and sewing patterns for this lovely knit wrapped ruched dress (M1879), shift dress with frill ¾ length sleeves (M1880) and V-neck flared sleeve top (M1883).

The Autumn Special magazine costs €4.95 plus shipping from Made by Oranges

Coco jacket from Sew Over It now in printed pattern

The Coco Jacket has been one of Sew Over Its best-loved PDF patterns, and now it’s been release in paper format too

The printed pattern comes with a beautiful new cover and fully illustrated booklet. As the sewing pattern suggest it has been Inspired by the classic Chanel boucle tweed jacket, Coco is stylish, flattering and very wearable and guaranteed to never go out of style so will be a key piece in your wardrobe for years to come.

It’s perfect for throwing on during the autumn’s awkward in-between weather, where it’s too cold for bare arms but too warm for a coat. The jacket is a simple cropped jacket, and features a pretty round neck, princess seams, two-piece sleeve, full lining and optional braiding.

For PDF and printed versions visit Sew Over it her