We don’t know about you but our to sew lists have taken on a decidedly wintery feel recently. Now we’re all about what will keep us warm throughout the next few months, so here’s a round-up of our essentials for an oh-so-wintery capsule wardrobe.
Every winter wardrobe needs a long-sleeved top, especially with this season’s busy schedule of zoom meetings and facetime drinks. That’s why the Pussy Bow Blouse is our winter wardrobe pick this year. The neckline is eye-catching, and the long, billowy sleeves will keep you nice and snug indoors.
The Georgie Dress is a true winter staple of ours. Need a dress for the Christmas party? Georgie in velvet is a real head-turner! Fancy a casual winter day dress? With its long sleeves, Georgie will always keep you warm. We might be biased but we truly think there isn’t a sartorial question that Georgie can’t answer.
We are in love with this 1960’s Coat pattern and we’ll be adding both the knee-length and cropped style to our winter wardrobes so that we can stay cosy and warm, whatever the occasion. With the way it subtly harks back to sixties fashion trends, it’s an ideal make for vintage lovers and contemporary fashionistas alike.
If you’re looking for a statement trouser, the Ultimate Trousers is the pattern for you. With their flattering and timeless design, they are our go-to trouser pattern all year round. Plus If you want to tailor them to fit your figure perfectly, with our Stitch School class, Fitting with Julie: Ultimate Trousers, you can! It’s a great make for picking up some new sewing skills this winter.
We love a skirt and tights look and with its wrap style, the Ivy Skirt is a great one for seeing you through winter. We’re making ours in a wintery tartan for a seasonal staple. Pop on your favourite boots and you’re good to go!
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