Super easy basic patterns that you can customize!
An instruction booklet walks you through the steps, from tracing and cutting the pattern pieces, to making and sewing bias tape. The pattern is printed on bond paper, with nine nested sizes.
Shirt No. 1 is a simple top with short sleeves. This shirt is easy to wear and makes a great layering piece. The neck is finished with bias tape facing.
Shirt No. 2 is a simple knit top. This shirt can be made with short or long sleeves. The scoop neck is finished with a fabric band.
Dress No. 1 is an extremely wearable sleeveless dress with an A-line silhouette. The neck and armholes are finished with bias tape facing and top-stitched patch pockets add both flair and utility.
Tunic No. 1 is a dropped-shoulder top with two options for length, a cropped shirt or tunic. This relaxed garment is the perfect layering piece and stitches up super quick! The neck is finished with bias tape facing and there is an optional patch pocket. First published in issue 8 of Taproot Magazine.
Skirt No. 1 is a slightly flared bias cut skirt that hits just below the knee. This is an extremely wearable garment is simple to sew and sure to become a favorite in your handmade wardrobe.
Pants no. 1 is an elastic-waist pair of cropped pants with a relaxed fit. Make your handmade wardrobe complete with multiple pairs of fancy pants!