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This collection is filled with color and spring-like loose silhouette styles. These sewing patterns fuse the irony of classic Hawaiian prints with fashion-forward designs to give an overall cool vide. You’ll find great dresses, a few tops, a skirt, and even a jumpsuit. All these sewing patterns are from the 03/2015 issue of BurdaStyle magazine.


This jacket has semi long sleeves and a short hemline. What it lacks in length, it makes up for in style with its asymmetrical front button closure.


Jumpsuits are becoming so essential in today’s fashion scene. They are so practical, and look quite fashion-forward especially when sewn in a bright print like this one. This jumpsuit pattern has hip pockets, and a gathered waist section for comfort and wearing ease. You can even crop into shorts for a summery look!


This dress has quite unique side seams in the fact that they jet-out when flat so when it is on the body it creates a beautiful cascade effect. The raglan short sleeves add that modern touch, mixed with the side bust darts to keep things fitting great.


They may be big in fullness, but they are also big in style! These culottes have large leg pleats to give them that classic shape and they are finished off with a midi hemline, and fly front zipper with waistband.


This blouse is sewn in jersey and is beautifully finished with pleats along the top and elastic casings at the waist and neckline.


This dress has a lot going on, but in a good way! There are pleats in the front to give the dress shape and front and back yoke panels that crossover at the front.


If this isn’t a classic summer dress, then I don’t know what is! This dress is the perfect length and has great features such as the gathered bust area and the single pleat at the front.


This skirt style is super unique and fashion-forward. It has an asymmetrical hemline with large pleats in the waist to give it a lot of volume.


This is a classic button up blouse. The collar keeps the style classic, and it even has little buttons to hold it down in place.


This long sleeve top is a great transition piece, as it offers coverage and a loose silhouette. It has front and back square yoke seams with gathers at the bottom to offer a flattering bustline style.

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Happy Sewing!


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