The Rest Of The New Sew House Seven Sewing Patterns

We are excited to show you the rest of out Sew House Seven Sewing Pattern range, they have some beautiful designs and we have suggested three fabrics for each Sew House Seven pattern to give you an idea of what you could be making…

The Mississippi Avenue Dress or Top

The Mississippi Avenue Dress or Top has a very feminine, flattering and easy style. The sleeveless style dress is perfect for spring and summer. Mississippi looks good layered, or worn with tights and a cardigan and use all year round.

It can have a vintage look to it when sewn in a fabric such as rayon challis or something with some drape to it. It can have a more modern look to it when sewn in a crisp linen or cotton.

1.Viscose Blue Leaf Print 2. Brussels Washer Yarn Dyed – Light Ochre 3. Cotton Lawn- Japanese Garden

The Tea House Dress & Top by Sew House Seven

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 The Sew House Seven Tea House features: a V-neckline with front and back neck yokes, front seaming, in-seam angled pockets (for the dress versions), a back neck box pleat, cuffed dolman short sleeves and two different tie options. Depending on the versions you choose your dress could feature inseam ties that can be tied behind the back or doubled around to the front. Choose spaghetti waist ties that thread through a back tunnel and can be tied in the front, or for just a bit of waist definition, tied behind the back. There are three different length options –  hip length tops, or above the knee length dresses and tea length dresses. There are no closures to sew – just slip it on over the head and tie!

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Flattering and easy to wear, the Tea House is a great pattern with a variety of options for different looks. Use a silk or rayon fabric with some drape for a vintage inspired look while a cotton yarn dyed stripe can lend a more modern feel.

 1. Viscose Chiffon Print Abstract Blue 2. Organic Cotton Cambric- cream 3. Silk Crepe De Chine- Floral khaki

The Bridgetown Backless Dress & Tunic by Sew House Seven

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The open back is stunning for an evening look with a pair of heels or dress it down with a camisole underneath or over a pair of jeans for a more modest look. The simple styling makes it quick and easy to sew. The pattern features a loose fitting bodice with drop shoulder and short sleeves.

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The versatile Bridgetown Backless Dress or Tunic is great for knit or woven fabrics with some drape to them.

  1. Art Gallery- Nightfall Lunation Bright Knit 2. Linen/ Cotton Blend- Pool 3. Cotton Lawn- Mink Medaillon

 The Alberta Street Pencil Skirt

 The Alberta Street Pencil Skirt is a great classic silhouette for any season. It is a slim fitting, unlined skirt with little to no ease in the hips with a tapered hem that lands just below the knees. It features a contoured waistband that sits just below the waist, angled and oversized front patch pockets, double back darts, a back vent and center back zipper. The instructions on this pattern say you need a set in back zipper, an invisible zipper could easily be substituted for an intermediate or advanced sewer, if you need any advice please contact us.

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 We have picked a few stable fabrics for this gorgeous skirt, you could choose a denim, cotton, linen or any suitable woven fabric.

  1. Babycord greyblue 2. Double Cloth Botanical- Ecru 3. Washed Denim Stretch- light pink

The Rose City Halter Dress

The Rose City Halter is a classic and timeless dress that is sure to be wardrobe worthy for years to come. It features a lined, fitted bodice with bust darts.  The dress has a V-neckline, halter neck ties, an invisible side zipper and a hemline that falls at the knees. There are 2 skirt versions. Feature a gathered skirt with in-seam pockets, or feature an A-line, bias cut skirt with curved patch pockets.

We’ve picked a few a cotton lawn, linen and chambray and you can use anything woven around the same weight.

  1. St Ives – Floral Red 2. Bio Linen taupe 3. Cotton Chambray Dots – Indigo


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