SIGNUP - FREE Membership and 1 FREE Sewing Lesson
| FAQ | Login
 

Platinum Sponsor
Bernina
Bernina

Forum > Patterns and Notions > Ottobre 02/2014 ( Moderated by Sharon1952)

Please LOGIN or Join PatternReview
Go to Page:
Ottobre 02/2014
westmoon
star
westmoon  Friend of PR
United Kingdom
Member since 9/7/11
Posts: 728
Skill: Advanced Beginner
online now
Send Message

      
thumbsup 4 members like this.



Date: 1/13/14 4:26 AM

Ottobre have posted the first preview pic from the 02/2014 magazine on Facebook.



Love this outfit, even though personally I never wear those kind of trousers!

------
http://sewingnovice.blogspot.co.uk/
One woman. One sewing machine. One giant stack of fabric. What could possibly go wrong?

blue mooney
starstarstar
blue mooney
Member since 12/21/02
Posts: 1899
Skill: Intermediate
Send Message

      



Date: 1/13/14 7:54 AM

That's a sweet trench.

I neglected my last Ottobre Woman. All I made from it was the raglan sleeve T. It's good to know the new issue is on the way.

------
--Robyn
sewing blog: http://bluemooney.wordpress.com/
other artwork blogged here: http://robynjorde.com/blog/

westmoon
star
westmoon  Friend of PR
United Kingdom
Member since 9/7/11
Posts: 728
Skill: Advanced Beginner
online now
Send Message

      



In reply to blue mooney <<


Date: 1/13/14 8:05 AM

I traced out four different patterns from the last but I too actually only made up the raglan top, which is a shame.

------
http://sewingnovice.blogspot.co.uk/
One woman. One sewing machine. One giant stack of fabric. What could possibly go wrong?

blue mooney
starstarstar
blue mooney
Member since 12/21/02
Posts: 1899
Skill: Intermediate
Send Message

      



In reply to westmoon <<


Date: 1/13/14 9:07 PM

At least you have your tracings ready to go!

I usually sew lots more from the spring issue. I love their coats and jackets, but a couple of years ago I made TWO coats. Those are going to last me a long, long time.

------
--Robyn
sewing blog: http://bluemooney.wordpress.com/
other artwork blogged here: http://robynjorde.com/blog/

MelissaB in WA
starstarstarstar
MelissaB in WA
PR Weekend Volunteer
USA
Member since 3/18/04
Posts: 1729
Skill: Intermediate
Body Type:
Send Message

      



In reply to blue mooney <<
thumbsup 1 member likes this.


Date: 1/13/14 10:23 PM

Quote: blue mooney
That's a sweet trench.



I neglected my last Ottobre Woman. All I made from it was the raglan sleeve T. It's good to know the new issue is on the way.

Well I've neglected the past several issues, but I need to change that as I always have a few things in each I like. Time to make a spring/summer wardrobe plan I guess, even tho winter in the Pacific NW lasts until July 5th!

------
"The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain." ~Dolly Parton

Fabric sewn in 2014 ~ 55 yards
Fabric sewn in 2013 ~ 73.5 yards

westmoon
star
westmoon  Friend of PR
United Kingdom
Member since 9/7/11
Posts: 728
Skill: Advanced Beginner
online now
Send Message

      



In reply to blue mooney <<


Date: 1/14/14 5:15 AM

Alas, I'm at least 2 sizes different from when I traced right now!

I have ambitious plans to make a couple of coats this year as well as right now I have just one RTW one and it fits really badly. That trench pattern is almost certainly going on my short-list for one of those new ones.

------
http://sewingnovice.blogspot.co.uk/
One woman. One sewing machine. One giant stack of fabric. What could possibly go wrong?

blue mooney
starstarstar
blue mooney
Member since 12/21/02
Posts: 1899
Skill: Intermediate
Send Message

      



In reply to MelissaB in WA <<


Date: 1/14/14 9:10 AM

Quote: MelissaB in WA
Time to make a spring/summer wardrobe plan I guess, even tho winter in the Pacific NW lasts until July 5th!

That's smart. No-pressure sewing!

I took my Ottobre binder to bed last night to look at the different knit tops. I've only made two - one from the very first issue and the raglan from the last issue. In all those in-between issues I think I have made every shirt, but no other tees. I'd like to fix that, since the Ottobre knit tops are a pretty darn good fit for me.

------
--Robyn
sewing blog: http://bluemooney.wordpress.com/
other artwork blogged here: http://robynjorde.com/blog/

Vintage Joan
star
Vintage Joan
Ontario Canada
Member since 7/16/07
Posts: 11112
Skill: Intermediate
Send Message

      



In reply to westmoon <<
thumbsup 1 member likes this.


Date: 1/14/14 9:38 AM

Thanks for posting this! I hope the Ottobre blog puts up a preview soon. I love Ottobre Woman.

------
my shield and my very great reward ~ Gen. 15:1

Image: many years ago

Vibekeinyork
Vibekeinyork
Member since 7/11/06
Posts: 854
Skill: Intermediate
Send Message

      



Date: 1/14/14 1:00 PM

They've had at least one double-breasted trench before, so it's' a bit disappointing (sp?) to see one again. Many of usfeel we look too wide in double-breasted things. They allways have quite a few patterns I like, though. Looking forward to the new issue.

westmoon
star
westmoon  Friend of PR
United Kingdom
Member since 9/7/11
Posts: 728
Skill: Advanced Beginner
online now
Send Message

      
thumbsup 1 member likes this.



Date: 2/1/14 3:07 PM

Some more images posted on Ottobre's Facebook site today:



------
http://sewingnovice.blogspot.co.uk/
One woman. One sewing machine. One giant stack of fabric. What could possibly go wrong?

Go to Page:
Please LOGIN or Join PatternReview

printable version Printable Version

* Advertising and soliciting is strictly prohibited on PatternReview.com. If you find a post which is not in agreement with our Terms and Conditions, please click on the Report Post button to report it. Patterns and Notions >> Ottobre 02/2014

 
adv. search»
pattern | machine | member
        
Online Class
Break your Serger Out of the Box
Break your Serger Out of the Box

Class Details

Online Class
More Knits
More Knits

Class Details

Past Patterns 002

photo
by: KiwiWendy

Review
SewBaby "I Can Do It" Cloth Activity Book Pattern

SewBaby

Pattern Details
The Essential Tote Paper Pattern

The Essential Tote Paper Pattern

Pattern Details

Conditions of Use | Posting Guidelines | Privacy Policy | Shipping Rates | Returns & Refunds | Contact Us | About | New To PR | Advertising

Copyright © 2015 PatternReview.com® , OSATech, Inc. All rights reserved.