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Selection Holiday style
By Meghan December 7, 2020 No comments

Before you know it, the holiday season will be here - the best question to ask yourself is "what am I going to wear?" Even though the holidays may be a little different this year, you still want to feel fancy at home and relieve some of that holiday stress by sewing something for yourself... Scroll through these festive holiday patterns that you can sew up now!

Piping Dress #130 12/2012

Piping Dress #130 12/2012

Pipping Dress #130 12/2012 

Elaborate, contrasting white piping on seams and edges are a big attraction on this black dress. The perfect garment for a festive occasion! The skirt section is widely flared, with inverted pleats.

Princess Coat #104 12/2011

Princess Coat #104 12/2011

Princess coat #104 12/2011 

 This beautiful Princess Coat is fitted at the torso and flares out just a bit past the hips. There are two front pockets and a peter pan collar.

 

Tulip Skirt #105 12/2011

Tulip Skirt #105 12/2011

Tulip Skirt #105 12/2011 

 This knee-length tulip skirt has a thick waistband that zips up at the side. Pure elegance and pairs very well to the bottom half of a stunning skirt suit.

 

Knitwear Pullover #118 12/2015

Knitwear Pullover #118 12/2015

Knitwear Pullover #118 12/2015 

 Light knit fabric in ajour pattern has a very festive effect, the cut with dropped shoulders and deep neckline exudes subtle sexiness and is also sewn super-quickly.

 

Crepe Dress #123 12/2015

Crepe Dress #123 12/2015

Crepe Dress #123 12/2015 

 The evergreen dress is high necked, with long cuff sleeves and a high empire waistline. The skirt swings loosely over the knee in many skirt lengths. The trims along the sleeves, which are held in place with golden ball buttons almost replace jewelry.

 

Viscose Dress #123 12/2016

Viscose Dress #123 12/2016

Viscose Dress #123 12/2016 

 A clean look on top with the black petersham and a sweet pink for the body. The dress with ruffles is beautifully playful with its contrasts.

 

Box Pleat Dress #124 12/2013

Box Pleat Dress #124 12/2013

Box Pleat Dress #124 12/2013 

 A pointed hip yoke and box pleat skirt make this architectural style stand out. This proper princess style is mature and original, perfect for understated elegance at a cocktail or office party. It would also look lovely without sleeves!

 

Sparkle Top #128 12/2013

Sparkle Top #128 12/2013

Sparkle Top #128 12/2013 

 A soft dolman silhouette is transformed in sparkly lamé jersey. This top will perk up any outfit with just enough sparkle and shine! Add dangly earrings for a party-ready outfit.

 

Tweed Dress #133 12/2012

Tweed Dress #133 12/2012

Tweed Dress #133 12/2012 

 Sweet - both the holiday baking and the tweed dress! It is fitted on top, ans has a full skirt section. Narrow satin piping discreetly emphasizes the waist seams. The lace collar is simply button on and so sweet.

 

One pattern doesn't always have to be the whole look, check out these festive emsembles...

 

Holiday sewcial

Holiday sewcial

 

Culottes: #114 04/2015

Sweater: #106 08/2016

 If you are into separates, you can utilize festive colored garments already in your wardrobe - or make some new pieces that you can wear long after the holidays. We love these colorful, stripes culottes paired with a cozy sweater and heels that elevate the look.

 

Mad for plaid

 

Coat: #115 10/2020

Pants: #123 05/2015

 If you are looking for a special project to work on for the season, why not try out sewing a festive coat! The cold weather brings so much opportunity for fancy coats that get a lot of wear, so why not make it special. Then just because you may be staying more as home doesn't mean you always have to wear sweatpants, swap in a pair of sleek trousers like these to run essential errands.

 You can easily download all these patterns in PDF format on our website!