Sunday Plus-Size Pattern Roundup #47

This week the roundup includes a new pattern from Elbe Textiles!

You can see all of the previous posts that are part of the Plus-Size Pattern Roundup series here and all the patterns from previous roundups which are available over a 60″ hip here.

The new Reznor Skirt from Elbe Textiles is available up to a 59″ hip

The Bowery Sweatshirt from Sewing and The City is available up to a 59″ hip

I just want to add a little warning that Fibremood uses some pretty gross language on their website that’s shows that they’re very fatphobic. They even go so far on the fabric suggestions for the below pattern as to assert that certain fabrics should be used to ‘flatter’ the figure if you’re a certain shape. Yuck. But, it is a free pattern, so please just be aware.

The free Frances Top from Fibremood is available up to 57″ hip

The Southbank from Nina Lee London is available up to a 57″ hip

Are you interested in my list of more than 100+ free PDF sewing patterns?

Or if you’re looking for other plus-size sewing patterns, check out my roundup of plus-size sewing resources on the FatSewing.Club!

Sunday Plus-Size Pattern Roundup #46

Today I’ve included a new release, a recently updated pattern, and a pattern from a great Germany-based pattern company! Everything this week is available over a 60″ hip!

As always, the roundup is ordered based on the largest hip size that the pattern is available in.

Number 1, Willandra Pants

The Willandra Pants from Muna and Broad are available up to a 71.5″ hip

They’ve recently been updated to include the full size-range, Size A-M (41.5″-71.5″ (105-181.5cm) Hip)

If the Muna and Broad sizes are too small to include you, Leila will grade any of our patterns up at no additional cost.

Number 2, Square Neck Top

The Square Neck Top from Friday Pattern Company is available up to a 63″ hip

Number 3, Auburn Blazer

The Auburn Blazer from Cashmerette is available up to a 62″ hip

Number 4, Eve Top

The Eve Top from Stokx Patterns is available up to a 60″ hip

Don’t miss the previous posts that are part of the Plus-Size Pattern Roundup series and all the patterns from previous roundups which are available over a 60″ hip.

Sunday Plus-Size Pattern Roundup #45

How great to have a roundup this week with so many new patterns, and so many designers who will grade up to your measurements if their sizes are too small to include you.

Don’t miss the posts that are part of the Plus-Size Pattern Roundup series and all the patterns from previous roundups which are available over a 60″ hip.

Number 1, Split Splat Apron

The Split Splat Apron from Spokes and Stitches is available up to a 75″ hip

Number 2, Mallee Jacket

The Mallee Jacket from Muna and Broad is available up to a 71.5″ hip. This week, all M&B outerwear is 10% off with code COZYCOZY

If the size of this is too small to include you, Leila will grade the size up for no additional cost.

Number 3, Mabel and Teddy

The Mabel and Teddy Dresses from Make by TFS are available up to a 62.8″ hip

If your measurements fall outside of the Make by TFS, they will grade the pattern to your size at no additional cost.

Number 4, Loden Sweater

The Loden Sweater from Dressmakers Guild is a free pattern which is available up to a 59″ hip

Bonus, Lawrence Top

The Lawrence Top is a zero-waste pattern from Goldfinch Ltd, and is available up to a 56″ bust.

There’s a note on the product listing which says that if this doesn’t include your size, to get in touch since it may be able to be graded up to your measurements.

Colour Palette Planning

Today I’m musing on planning a colour palette, and the info here is taken from a larger post that I’ve shared on the Muna and Broad Patreon, where I’ve been posting about colour theory. Today I wanted to try and codify why some of the colours are larger than others, what that means, and how I can use that to plan my future makes.

You might have spotted my earlier post, where I attempt to reverse-engineer a colour palette from my existing favourite makes, and then use that to plan some future makes. No? You can see it here.

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