March 11, 2016

Girl Charlee Fabrics :: NEW Sewing Patterns from Sew House Seven

Girl Charlee Fabrics welcomes our newest sewing pattern designer - Sew House Seven - to our collection of independent sewing patterns! These women's sewing patterns are beautifully designed with both style and simplicity in mind. Each of these four patterns include a wide range of customization options, so you can sew them up again and again, with each creation looking completely unique. Below are a few of our favorites from Sew House Seven, but be sure to shop our entire selection of sewing patterns today!

Sew House Seven
Peggy Mead is the owner and designer of Sew House Seven, an independent pattern company in Portland, Oregon. The design focus is on however, not limited to creating beautiful women's sewing patterns that can be sewn up rather easily yet appeal to sewists of all levels. Detailed instructions provide an opportunity to learn while sewing.

Sew House Seven Bridgetown Backless Dress & Tunic Sewing Pattern ::
The versatile Bridgetown Backless Dress or Tunic is great for knit or woven fabrics with some drape to them. The open back is stunning for an evening look with a pair of heels or dress it down with a camisole underneath or over a pair of jeans for a more modest look. The simple styling makes it quick and easy to sew. It features a loose fitting bodice with drop shoulder short sleeves, an elasticized waist, and a jewel front neckline that becomes a cross over draped open back.

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Sew House Seven Rose City Halter Dress Sewing Pattern ::
The Rose City Halter Dress is a classic style that is sure to be wardrobe worthy for years to come. If a vintage style is what you are after, sew it up in a gingham, a plaid or a ditzy print. For a more modern approach, use a black luxurious fabric for a stylish cocktail dress. This pattern is very versatile and timeless. The design features a lined, fitted bodice with invisible side zipper, a V-neckline, halter neck ties and a hemline that falls just below the knee. This pattern is considered advanced beginner or intermediate level due to the bodice being very fitted. 

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The Alberta Street Pencil Skirt is a great classic silhouette for any season. It is a slim fitting, unlined skirt with little to no ease in the hips with a tapered hem that lands just below the knees. It features a contoured waistband that sits just below the waist, angled and oversized front patch pockets, double back darts, a back vent and center back zipper. The instructions call for a set in back zipper however, an invisible zipper could easily be substituted for an intermediate or advanced sewist.

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Sew House Seven Mississippi Avenue Dress & Top Sewing Pattern ::
The Mississippi Avenue Dress or Top has a very feminine, flattering and easy style. As a sleeveless style, it lends itself to spring and summer dressing however, it makes a great transition piece when paired with a cardigan, tights and boots. It can have a vintage look to it when sewn in a fabric such as rayon challis or something with some drape to it. It can have a more modern look to it when sewn in a crisp linen or cotton. Any way you fashion it, it's a great style. It features a V-neckline, spaghetti shoulder ties, an elastic almost empire waist (slightly higher than the natural waistline) and has a front panel that creates a slimming and interesting design feature. 

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View and purchase these sewing patterns and more on! If you sew up any of these patterns with our fabrics please send us images as we would love to see it and you could be featured on our monthly Knit Picks. Email your pictures to

Happy sewing!
~ Heather & The Girl Charlee Team

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