The Edit: New sewing patterns – January 14 – The Fold Line

Happy Sunday and welcome back, we hope you had a fantastic holiday and are ready to get into sewing in 2024. It's time to get your weekly dose of The Edit: new sewing patterns. This blog and vlog highlight some of the new products arriving in stores this week. Kate talks about all the details you need to know, so if you're a model enthusiast like us, this is for you!

A cabin is a very beautiful thing. An extra layer inside when it's cold and a lightweight layer when you need a jacket in the warmer months. The French Navy always delivers the goods and this jacket ticks a lot of boxes. With options you can mix and match, like slanted hip pockets and a welt pocket on the chest, the Portmanteau Shacket is a great brand to kick off your sewing year.
Have you ever tried to sew a garment by hand? Juliana Martejevs completed a coordinated ensemble with the Lilly skirt. Pair it with the Nelly coat and sew it by hand from the comfort of your sofa. It's the ultimate slow and comfortable sewing project. Just what January needs!
Just like the Lilly skirt, Molly is a midi skirt that you assemble completely without sewing machine using only a simple hand embroidery technique. The skirt has front patch pockets, a back slit and closes with snap buttons on the side. Trendsetters – I predict the blanket stitch detail will make a comeback!
If you want to sew an artful party dress that isn't actually a dress – more of a faux dress that can be separated to wear with other pieces, I think this skirt would be a great choice. The Valeria skirt is a feminine high-waisted skirt style with an asymmetrical gathered hem and a comfortable elasticated waist.
A dress that is both comfortable and chic and goes perfectly with winter boots? Sign me up! The second new release from The Patterns Room is my favorite. Lora is a minimalist slip-on dress and top designed for knitted fabrics. Multiple style options make this a must-have for your pattern collection.
Looking for an evening dress special enough to wear to any party you might have planned this year? The Joline dress is a beautiful wrap dress with a deep V-neck and feminine silhouette. It's sleek, chic and will make you feel like a million dollars.
Bags are a popular project for Fold Liners and I think this one is just awesome. With plenty of details that elevate this design, the Emma Tote Bag offers plenty of space to carry all your essentials in style.
The Folkwear Vintage Swimsuit design dates from circa 1890 and features a godet skirt with deep back pleats and a whimsical sailor collar. Complete it with the casual swim cap for an authentic look.
The Folkwear Schoolmistress Shirtwaist and Skirt pattern dates from around 1907, a period when women's clothing became more suitable for men. The full seven-panel skirt features an inverted pleat below the center back closure for added fullness, as well as an optional bias trim.

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