Announcing IPM Pattern Bundle 02!

It’s time to launch the second bundle sale for Indie Pattern Month 2016!

What’s this all about? Read our bundle launch post FAQ here.

Our second bundle is themed Nine to Five and has all the patterns you need for a day at the office! All these patterns can mix-and-match to create a complete outfit.

Each pattern bundle is organised into two tiers. You can buy the basic bundle of three patterns or the extended bundle with an additional three patterns added on for a total of six patterns.

The Basic Nine to Five Capsule bundle contains:

A jacket, a blouse, and a skirt – the perfect office outfit for getting the job done or looking fabulous for that important meeting.

The Nine to Five Basic Bundle gets you all three patterns for 40% off their usual retail price.

If that’s not professional enough for you then perhaps you need the extended bundle.

The Extended Nine to Five Capsule bundle contains:


Adding on a paneled blouse, a vintage inspired dress, and a comfy knit dress – the perfect office outfit just got even better.

The Nine to Five Extended Bundle gets you all six patterns for over 50% off their usual retail price.

All patterns are in PDF print-at-home format and are delivered straight to your inbox on purchase.

These bundles are only on sale from today until 22 June 00:00UTC so grab them quick – click on the buttons below to be transferred to The Monthly Stitch Shopify site and make your purchase.

Prices are in USD$, all sizing info and line drawings are available in The Monthly Stitch Shopify site and in the links above.

Don’t forget about our special bonus contest! Only patterns purchased as part of the three pattern bundles offered for Indie Pattern Month 2016 are eligible – read all about it here.

Happy sewing!

5 thoughts on “Announcing IPM Pattern Bundle 02!

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  2. So very tempting – I’ve just been browsing Oki Style site – some amazing designs on there! I love the diversity that the Indie pattern companies represent. There really is something for everyone! The problem with IPM is that one’s wishlist gets longer and longer each time a new designer is introduced or another member posts….;-)


  3. Brilliant – one of my Me Made May realisations was that I need more work clothes, and I’d been eyeing the Alberta skirt for a while, so this is great!


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