June 9, 2017

Girl Charlee Fabrics :: NEW Indie Sewing Pattern Round Up

Get ready for Summer sewing because four popular new women's sewing patterns from our independent pattern designers Indygo JunctionSew to Grow, True Bias and Victory Patterns are now available in the shop! Take a closer look at each of these new patterns below, along with our hand selection of perfect fabric pairings, and be sure to shop our complete selection of indie sewing patterns today at GirlCharlee.com. Enjoy!
Jackie is an elegant, easy to wear, super comfortable knit dress that slips perfectly from day into night. This style is designed to be easy and quick to make without fussy closures. It features a built up neckline and shapely, figure flattering seams that lengthen and emphasize your curves. It is fitted at the waist with a full, flowing skirt. A subtle opening at the back upper bodice closes at the neckline with three small buttons and rouleau loop closures. This project uses both a serger and sewing machine. You can also make it with just a sewing machine. 

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The Ogden Cami is a simple blouse that can either be worn on its own or as a layering piece under blazers and cardigans. It has a soft V neck at both center front and center back necklines, and delicate spaghetti straps. The neckline and armholes are finished with a partial lining for a beautiful, high end finish.

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An elastic waist skirt in three lengths: above-the-knee (20” L), mid-knee (23 1/2” L), and mid-calf (28 1/2” L). Unique sizing and construction make the pattern adaptable to any size. The panels create a skirt that is smooth across the hips with a lower flare. A variety of finishing techniques (serged or traditional seams) are included as well as instructions for creating the skirt with recycled menswear, denim jeans or two alternating fabrics.

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This pattern is perfect for those who have basic sewing knowledge and skills, but have always feared working with leather or laminated fabrics. FEAR NO MORE!!! I have included an entire page of tips on working with these tricky materials.

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View and purchase these sewing patterns and more on girlcharlee.com!  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 gcblog@girlcharlee.com.

Happy sewing!
~ Heather & The Girl Charlee Team

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