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New winter Simplicity and New Look
Seems to be all night clothes and party dresses
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Date: 10/9/13 8:05 PM

I don't know if I just have too many patterns or what, but nothing really grabbed me in either collection.

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Date: 10/9/13 8:16 PM

Someone's late to the Downton Abbey party - Simplicity 1517. Maybe we'll see the 20's in a few years.

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Date: 10/9/13 9:36 PM

None of these inspires me to increase my pattern stash.

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Date: 10/9/13 10:27 PM

Both of these collections are pretty boring to me. Why is there so many pajama and knit loungewear patterns?

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Date: 10/9/13 11:04 PM

Only 1 adult women's dress each? Not counting the costume....
The suede dress is too similar to the Sewaholic Cambie to make me need it, and I don't see anything special about the new look dress. I'm sure I could hack that together from other patterns in my stash.
Don't need pajama patterns. My girls don't need flower girl dresses. Blah. Can we fast forward to spring?

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Date: 10/9/13 11:35 PM

No interest in any of those new patterns. Blah!

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Date: 10/10/13 8:04 AM

For those in the target audience, I think the two Husky Boy & big / tall man patterns are nice. They don't have a lot of those.
1505
1506

And the crop jacket / bolero in
6243 is really nice.

But nothing I'm going to get either.

(Too bad no additional A-cup patterns! )

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Date: 10/10/13 8:12 AM

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Why is there so many pajama and knit loungewear patterns?

As a non-North American, I sort of get the message that US & CA citizens spend their winters in bed or something, LOL!

I'm bored by everything but S1498, the accessories. Seems to cover all the bases, non?

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Date: 10/10/13 8:21 AM

This just seems so incomplete. Yep, definitely a yawn.

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Date: 10/10/13 9:55 AM

Just awful. so boring! It's like they grabbed patterns from a box of throw-aways...

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