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New Fall/Winter Collection from Named By AlexisW on 8/14/14 12:12 PM

Named Clothing Patterns newly released Fall/Winter 2014 Collection, Ritual, features decorative pieces with unusual cuts. From jackets to jumpers, Ritual uses natural materials and simple silhouettes for a more earthy autumn style.

With patterns ranging from very simple to advanced skill sets, this contemporary catalog encourages all sewers to explore and challenge themselves in the design process.

Feeling creative? Mix and match materials with the hip Mai Zip Jacket. Perfect for cool fall afternoons, this short, lined jacket has a stand-up collar and hidden in-seam pockets for added interest. Great for color-blocking, the front contrast panels around the zipper can be sewed up using wool or other durable, medium-weight fabrics.

If you’re up to your ears in skinny jeans, the Wyome Boyfriend Jeans might be just what your wardrobe needs. These loose-fitting, five pocket pants can be sewed with elastic or inelastic denim. The Wyome Boyfriend Jeans have a low-waisted fit with the legs tapering towards the bottom. Along with the stylish front button closures, these fashion-forward jeans are not your average pair of denims.

Just in time for autumn weddings and events, the Leotie Midi Dress & Skirt features a fitted waist for a flattering silhouette. Choose from a sleeved cocktail dress or gathered high-waisted skirt. The Leotie Midi Dress is fully-lined with a heart-shaped yoke and back v-neck. Suggested for thick, structured fabrics, the Leotie Midi Dress & Skirt can be made in cloque, dupion silk and brocade.


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JNE4SL said... (8/20/14 6:12 PM) Reply
wzrdreams, I was trying to say the same thing, just thinking out loud about altering at the same time, since I'm likely 8" shorter than the Named model. I've traced the pattern it looks exactly like I'd expect. Quite similar to the Jamies which I have made but the crotch is shaped slightly differently and is lower. The fit is looser, the rise is about the same. The waistband is still contour but with a gentler curve. All leads me to believe a looser fit but not overwhelmingly so and tailored to the same figure.
wzrdreams said... (8/19/14 9:43 AM) Reply
There is nothing wrong with the fit of those jeans on the model. I suspect that some people may object to the style, but notice that these are "boyfriend" jeans. Boyfriends don't usually wear jeans with the same amount of style ease as women. I see that the back rise cups the derriere well and there is enough ease in the front to preserve ones modesty. This isn't the same old tight fitting boot cut jean pattern you can already find in multiple pattern brands. It's definitely one I'd like to add to my pattern stash.
JNE4SL said... (8/18/14 12:09 PM) Reply
The front crotch does worry me, only because it's extra fabric exactly where I might be altering to begin with but I think it's only slightly off. I think the back fit is on trend, the yoke and crotch are quite fitted, the leg is loose. I've seen pockets this low before but it is likely I'd move them up some. I think the boyfriend trend, for what it's worth, is to look like oversized without being very oversized. Long front crotch and low pockets add to the illusion.
errantpear said... (8/18/14 6:32 AM) Reply
I think the fit on the jeans is intentional. That's just the style. I wouldn't ever wear that cut - at least not in jeans. But maybe in another fabric it wouldn't be so off-putting?
LJDesigns99 said... (8/15/14 2:30 PM) Reply
I too, must comment on those jeans. Boyfriend, or not, that is not a good fit. Too much fabric in the front crotch, and no shape to the back/butt. The thigh fabric is draping straight down from her butt. Don't even get me started on the bad placement of the pockets! Other things are cute.
paloverde said... (8/15/14 1:06 PM) Reply
What in the world is going on with the back pocket on the Named jeans??? Is this a trend to have pockets so low that you completely sit on them?

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