September 1, 2016

Girl Charlee Fabrics :: NEW Named Clothing Evolution Theory Sewing Pattern Collection

The Named Clothing 2016 Fall/Winter Collection EVOLUTION THEORY is now available for Girl Charlee customers! This gorgeous new collection features many elements from classic garments that have evolved into new, unique applications. These professional women's dresses, blouses, skirts, and more are sure to add an elegant touch to your handmade wardrobe. As an added bonus, some of these sewing patterns even include 2 in 1 patterns! Enjoy!

Named Clothing
Named is an independent clothing pattern label founded by Finnish sisters Saara and Laura Huhta. Named garments are a combination of Scandinavian clean-lined simplicity and interesting details. Named launches two main collections a year, and the patterns have five levels of difficulty, which means that anyone from a beginner to a more experienced sewer can find patterns suited to their skill level.
The pattern includes two variations: A jersey dress with a pleated skirt, and a simple bodysuit. Both variations have long sleeves and a deep V-neck. The dress is knee-length. There’s a practical snap button closure at the crotch of the bodysuit. 

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Loose-fitting T-shirt with kimono sleeves. A wide sleeve opening panel for a more structured look. Rounded V-neck and a wide belt that wraps twice around the waist.

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Named Clothing Helmi Trench Blouse & Tunic Dress Sewing Pattern ::
The pattern includes two variations: A loose-fitting blouse and a relaxed tunic dress. Both variations have a concealed button closure and an uneven hemline. The blouse has a trench coat-inspired cape, and straps with D-rings at the sleeve openings. The blouse also has a rounded shirt collar and vents at the sides. The tunic dress has half-sleeves, a stand-up collar and a curved dolphin hem.


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Named Clothing Talvikki Sweater Sewing Pattern ::
Oversized and cuddly sweater. Turtleneck with darts on the neckline, dropped shoulders and extra long sleeves. Deep vents at the sides, and an uneven hemline. 

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Happy sewing!
~ Heather & The Girl Charlee Team

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