My Winter Dress Sewing Pattern Picks

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Are you looking for figure flattering winter dress sewing patterns to sew yourself in the new year? I have been searching for some myself, and found several cute patterns online. Never mind that we have been having seventy five degree sunny weather here in California where we live! My concern is always for you, dear reader, and here are my winter dress pattern picks.

a0bfb00fccbe25d66ccbb1d63ac00bc9The Lola by Victory Patterns is super cute in a fleece. PDF or paper pattern. eeb537423c23039cb880390ee98e57a4

Mccall’s 6600 is a shirt dress with a seventies vibe I love. Paper pattern.lady_skater_square

This circle dress silhouette is very popular in fashion this season, and Kitschy Coo’s Lady Skater pattern is a great foundation to create your own version. PDF pattern.1ac1945cbcd4122d169d4d38c43f36eeThe Ashley dress  pattern from the Australian company StyleArc is really chic. I love the raglan sleeves. Paper pattern.dsc_0233_302The Sureau pattern from French Company Deer & Doe is another one nice for winter if made in a heavier fabric and worn with tights and boots. The patterns includes English directions. Paper Pattern9d45ea3382d244868cae98dd6f676e0cThis box pleated Burda Style dress is austere but chic. PDF pattern854f39a950d1871cf9daa8f88d096d5eThis basic dress from Burda would be nice in a wool or boucle fabric. PDF pattern133B_1113_B_large

                         Burda Style really rocks Plus size sewing pattern. This sexy sheath proves it. PDf pattern

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Here is another good plus size pattern. Wrap dress from Burdastyle. PDF pattern. Just because you wear plus size doesn’t mean you can’t show off your curves! Actually it’s better to wear form fitting but not skin tight clothing, rather than boxy styles, which make women look bigger than they are.

 

If you would like to see more cold weather dress patterns including my picks for little girls, (mustn’t forget out girls shall we?,) you can visit my Cold weather dress pattern board on Pinterest.

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  1. Oh, these are great picks! We’re having -20 degree weather here, and some of these would be perfect for staying warm if made with the right fabric. Enjoy the warm and sunny weather for me!

  2. oooh perfect! Adding these to my sew our stash list of things to do! thanks

  3. It is supposed to be three degrees here tomorrow. Brrr! Your picks are all great and I feel a bit inspired to begin the journey of sewing for myself! But then I remember that I still have 15+ pounds to lose and that idea goes out the window. hehe.

  4. Ohhh, I love that Ashley dress! I have never heard of that pattern company before. Must check it out…

  5. You’d be fierce in the Ashley dress! I’ve had the Lola dress on my to do list forever:)

  6. Thank you for these wonderful suggestions! I am especially lovin’ Lola and the wrap dress! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  7. The box pleated pattern from Burdastyle is my fave!

  8. That StyleArc pattern has caught my eye….Hmmmm :)

  9. Love the mustard dress, maybe with a little lower neckline and no sleeves. :)

  10. Brenda Kimberlin says:

    love this post and the fact that there are dresses for every skill level … thanks!

  11. I am jealous of your 70 degree weather .ha
    Thanks for sharing these patterns.. Some pretty dresses.

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