Crepe, Ginger, and Jasmine now available for instant download!


We’re making our way through the catalog!

Crepe, Ginger, and Jasmine are now available as downloadable PDFs in the shop!

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On , Christina said: | herrlichkeiten.net

Thank you so much! I have been waiting to get my hands on the Jasmine blouse ever since the first moment I saw it, but the costs for shipping the paper pattern to Germany were to much for me. So I waited impaitiently for the digital version . Just rechecked the day before yesterday… :D you made me veeeeeeery happy today.

On , Ella said:

Thank you!

On , cathy said: | cathywu.com

hooray! however i still have lots of colette patterns from the black friday sale so i will go through that first. but eventually crepe will be made!

On , Mady said: | thewardrobe-project.blogspot.gr

Soo excited you are making your patterns available as PDFs as well,because it was quite expensive to order for Greece and so frustrating to have to wait weeks for it to come!Can I ask when Clover will be available as PDF?I’m so waiting forward to it!

On , Sarai said: | colettepatterns.com

I can’t say for sure, but soon! We’re working to get all of them digitized!

On , Gayle said:

Hi, I love your button organization. I am looking at your Iris pattern and learning a lot about sewing pants/shorts from your web site. Thanks so much for all the info. You inspire me to maybe try your pattern. I do know (or at least I’m learning) fabric makes the difference in the drape of the garment. So, I would like to know the type of fabric used in making your Iris shorts. They look so lovely on the models. Do you happen to remember the type of fabric?

ps, I seem to collect buttons too.

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