Vogue Patterns Free | Vogue Patterns | Free Magazines Download In PDF. Here's a look inside another fabulous issue of Vogue Patterns magazine! This one. Title: Vogue Patterns Magazine October/November Sampler, Author: The McCall Pattern Company, Inc., Name: Vogue Patterns Magazine Vogue® Knitting PDF - Editors of Vogue Knitting Magazine - Norah Gaughan. Today, I have Lisa Arbury guest posting. Lisa is a freelance fashion writer from London. When she approached me with a guest post idea for.
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How cool is that? I also love watching peoples faces as they realize all the hundreds [no kidding] steps involved with this creative process, all the minute details and checkpoints that each pattern goes through. And then there are the fun places like the Fabric Library and Archives.
I literally have to drag people out of these rooms or they might pitch a tent and stay there!
Thats when I realize I have a dream job I am surrounded by the latest patterns, fabrics, and notions every day. I work with wonderfully creative people.
Im privy to all the newest sewing equipment and tools. I get to meet and make friends with some of the best sewing educators and authors in the country. And, in large part, thanks to the Internet and email, I get to communicate with youpeople who feel as passionately about sewing as I do. So, here I am, ready to step up and communicate to you whats new for spring Let me get right to the pointyou need to hold onto your hats because its going to be a knockout season of intense brights and bold prints, mixed and matched in combinations youve probably never imagined.
Chances are youre going to love them or hate them. We love them, but if they seem too much, I understand. But they are going to be important, so my advice to you is try them in small dosesone super-bright colored jacket paired with a neutral bottom, one bold buttery-print top with jeans. Tone them down with classic accessories.
The same oral print dress will look totally different worn with kooky-colored platforms than it will with classic black pumps. It all depends on the accessories.
We know were pushing the envelope with some of the print and color combinations were showing, but many of the pieces take on a new [calmer] personality when paired with neutral solids. The difference between B and C: C has sleeves and fabric roses on the back. Only one style appears on the front of the sewing pattern envelope. The pattern brand name, number and sizes are standard information on the front of the pattern envelope.
CSS Industries, Inc. As you sew more and more, you may find that you prefer one pattern brand over another. You may also prefer the price point of one over the other.
Vogue patterns are usually more high end in price. They also have patterns designed by well know fashion designers. I usually wait for sales to download patterns from the big 4 pattern companies. Thanks to the Internet, you also have access to independent pattern companies, also referred to as indie patterns. These patterns are both paper patterns and downloadable. PDF patterns with no connection to the big 4 pattern companies. In fact, indie pattern companies usually fill a void in the sewing pattern market, which can be seen in design and size range.
Pattern Number The pattern number is usually in the top left or right corner of the pattern, depending on the company. This is a number given by the pattern company so the pattern can be easily identified. Many of the indie pattern companies identify their patterns by name instead of number. In fabric stores the pattern number is used to find a specific pattern among many. Pattern Size The sizes listed under the pattern number are actual sizes inside that particular envelope. There are some patterns that have the entire size range in one envelope.
But there are other patterns that have only sizes in one envelope. Pay careful attention to these numbers to make sure you are downloading the correct size range.
I personally prefer patterns that have multiple sizes in one pattern envelope. If our body changes and we go up or down a size, we can just choose that new size on our pattern instead of downloading a new pattern in a different size.
Patterns with multiple sizes in one sewing pattern envelope also make doing alterations a little easier because we can go up or down to the next size if we need to add or subtract from a specific area of the pattern. The size s of the pattern is listed under or next to the pattern name or pattern number. There are times when an outfit is pictured but one of the items is not actually included in the pattern. When the style is offered in different options, like long sleeved and short sleeved or with and without a collar, each option or view is given a letter.
This letter will help you in choosing the right yardage, the right layout on the fabric and the right construction instructions to follow.
You should always download a sewing pattern that fits your skill level. Otherwise you may end up with a collection of unused patterns or failed projects. In some cases you can tell by the style of the garment how easy or difficult a garment is. If the instructions look too challenging or you find them too complicated to understand, you may want to choose a different pattern.
You can also read the garment description on the back of the pattern to determine if the garment style fits your skill level. Note: Again, the placement of this information varies by brand. Garment Description Commercial pattern companies describe the garment s on the back of the sewing pattern envelope.