|M7081 - Love this dress! |
The gathering on the front, the collar, the fluffy skirt - all in all a very fun dress for spring.
|Also love the sleeve variations on view D.|
|M7080 - A basic sundress.|
|Not sure how I feel about the multi-teared skirt, but I do rather like view D.|
|M7089 - A Designer Joi pattern. The overall shape is simple, |
but I do rather like the styles lines and use of color blocking here.
|M7085 - Basic sheath dress, but it has some nice options.|
I do rather like the sweetheart style neckline.
|M7088 - A Tracey Reese Plenty pattern. Looks like another nice style for spring.|
|Not sure how I feel about the under-bust seams, |
but the rest of the design is nice and simple, great for a fun print.
|M7083 - I wasn't too fond of this design at first - |
something about the proportion of the sleeves I'm not in love with...
|... but I'm in LOVE with this sketch of view A. |
Yes, it is just a basic princess seamed bust and pleated skirt, but I'm really liking this dress anyway.
|M7091 - I wasn't completely in love with the short version of this dress...|
|... but as a full-length gown it is lovely! I may have to pick it up just for this view...|
|M7090 - A Create It! pattern. Cute, but we've seen a lot of similar designs.|
|The alternate view isn't doing much for me either - |
though it may be the way the overlay is fitting in the bust.
|M7082 - For some reason this striped dress isn't exciting me much, |
though I do think it is cool that the stripes are created with different fabrics -
could be very fun to mix solids and prints.
|Perhaps one of the sleeveless versions would be a bit more exciting?|
|M7087 - An Archive Collection pattern. Cute!|
Not sure I would wear it myself, but I hope to see other versions on the blog-o-sphere.
|M7087 - Second variation. This could be a cute spring sundress, as well as a cute vintage make.|
|M7086 - Another from the Archive Collection. |
\Liking the Mad Men Styling going on here.
|I like the other variation in this pattern quite a bit too.|
|M7100 - This zip-up sweater is cute! Fabric choice could make it a |
good pattern for those with picky teens, and for those of us who are a bit more... mature.
|M7092 - A Palmer/Pletsch top. |
I really like the style and bust gathers - very flattering!
|M7094 - I really like the collar of this relaxed blouse.|
|Not sure I like the overlapping flappy back...|
|... but the hems on views B and D could be fun to play with.|
|M7095 - Another loose blouse top. I really like the lace detail, |
but I'm not loving the overall tent-ness of the rest of it.
|I think I'm liking it with the waist gathering more than the version above.|
|M7093 - Another loose blouse, though the seaming |
and pockets make this fairly interesting.
|M7099 - I've never been much of a jumpsuit girl, but this looks pretty slick.|
Very similar to some of the Burda patterns we've seen in the past.
There are definitely a few bloggers who could totally rock this.
|M7097 - Giant fluffy skirt!|
|Look at view C! So. Much. Sewing!|
|M7096 - A McCall's Easy pattern. Simple design, but looks very wearable.|
|Love the options for pencil skirts too.|
|M7098 - Trousers. Fine, but, not overly exciting.|
|M7101 - When I first saw this I was like, what? No. I can't be.|
|But it is! It is the "sexy" Elsa! |
Which is somehow way less sexy than actual Elsa.
|Seeing it as a Sailor Scout costume pattern makes waaaaaaay more sense.|
But sexy Elsa - no. Just no.