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Colette Patterns - Violet Blouse Colette Patterns - Iris Shorts Colette Patterns - Jasmine Blouse
Button-front blouse with short gathered sleeves (Version 1) or mid-length sleeves that gather at the hem with elastic (Version 2). Blouse has a peter pan collar, bust darts and a back yoke with centre gathering. Gentle loose fit.

Skill level: Beginner
Cute and simple shorts that are quick to sew. Pockets are set into a front side seam and optionally close with buttons. The shorts sport a 4.5 inch inseam length and close with an invisible side zip.

Skill level: Beginner
Lovely figure-skimming top with no closures, due to the flattering bias cut. This blouse is shaped with bust darts and centre seams that gently hug the body. Version 1 has a long collar that can be tied in a bow, and elbow length sleeves gathered to a cuff. Version 2 has a shorter contrast collar and a notched cuff.

Skill level: Beginner
Colette Patterns -  Negroni Men's Shirt Colette Patterns - Ginger Skirt Colette Patterns - Clover Trousers
Negroni will guide you through every step to create a casual men's shirt with a modern slim cut. It features a convertible collar and midcentury style collar loop detail. The back is shaped with a yoke and two pleats. Version 1 has long sleeves finished with a placket and cuffs. Version 2 has short sleeves.

Skill level: Intermediate
A simple and pretty high-waisted a-line skirt. Version 1 has a pointed centre waist and Version 2 has a gently scalloped band. Version 3 features a skirt cut on the bias and a straight waistband.

Skill level: Beginner
Beautifully simple slim trousers that will go with practically anything! These trousers close with a side zip for a streamlined look and easy sewing. Version 1 is ankle length, with small in-seam pockets set into the waistband. Version 2 is cropped just below mid-calf.

Skill Level: Beginner
Colette Patterns - Laurel Colette Patterns - Peony Dress Colette Patterns - Moneta Dress
Chic and simple shift dress or top with bias tape finishing. The semi-loose shape is easy to wear, while back darts keep the look streamlined. This dress gives you free rein with fabric and prints. Version 1 is underlined with bound neckline and sleeve hems, and is suitable for sheer fabrics. Version 2 includes menswear style patch pockets. Version 3 features classic 1960s style gathered cuffs. Version 4 is an easy pullover blouse.

Skill level: Beginner
This elegant bateau neck sheath dress is simple to sew, with added interest from a fully removable cummerbund style belt which can be made in matching or contrasting fabric, closing with a single button in back. Version 1 has three-quarter length sleeves, a contrasting belt, and in seam pockets. Version 2 has short sleeves, matching belt, and no pockets.

Skill level: Beginner
Specifically designed for knits, Moneta has a gently curved wide neckline, a fitted bodice, and a shirred skirt with in-seam pockets. Version 1 is a sleeveless dress with a lined bodice and narrow round collar that laps at the centre back. Version 2 has an unlined bodice and short sleeves, while Version 3 has an unlined bodice and three-quarter length sleeves.

Skill level: Beginner


Colette Patterns - Dahlia Dress

Seasons change and wardrobes transition, but Dahlia remains the perfect dress all year long. Version 1 is perfect for cooler weather; the three-quarter sleeved raglan-style dress has a flat front skirt which sports a kick pleat at the back hem. Version 2 is summery and sleeveless, featuring straps cleverly constructed from bias tape, and a six-panel skirt. Both versions have flattering yokes at the waistline as well as neckline finished with bias tape.


Skill Level: Beginner