There’s just a few days left for the last of the Indie Pattern Month 2016 pattern bundle sales. Currently on offer is the Getaway Capsule – containing all you’ll need for a vacation wardrobe! From a casual dress to summer trouser, a practical jacket to a classy and comfortable top, and even a swimsuit – we’ve got you covered!
Wondering what to make with the Getaway Capsule patterns? Here’s some inspiration for each of them….
Warabi kimono sleeve tunic by Waffle Patterns
The Warabi tunic by Waffle Patterns features wide kimono sleeves and vee necklines in both front and back. With it’s flowing lines, it’s great for summer when made up in a blouse-weight fabric.
Clockwise from top left: Warabi tunic by Remembering Oz, navy and ivory wide stripe stretch crepe fabric, Warabi top by Funkbunny, Aztec stripe polyester crepe fabric.
Amber trousers by Paprika Patterns
The Amber trousers by Paprika Patterns are the perfect pair of summer trousers. Featuring a fitted v-shaped yoke at front and back to keep a smooth silhouette over the waist and hips, and inverted box pleats in the front legs that create a soft and flowing style perfect for drapey fabrics.
Main image: Amber trousers by Meggipeg.
Smaller images, top to bottom: charcoal grey cotton/linen blend fabric, abstract print cotton/linen blend fabric, Amber trousers by Cookin’ and Craftin’.
Jacket Express by Islander Sewing Systems
The Jacket Express by Islander Sewing Systems is a grown-up version of the classic denim jacket, with plenty of pockets perfect for carrying everything you need for a day exploring on holiday.
From left to right: Jacket Express by Gray All Day, floral print stretch denim fabric, Jacket Express by Emerald Erin, floral print stretch cotton twill fabric.
Southport dress by True Bias
The Southport dress by True Bias is designed to take you from beach to bar, and everything in between. A tank style dress with a button opening at centre front, drawstring waist, and either knee or maxi length.
Clockwise from top left: Southport dress by Closet Case Files, floral print cotton lawn fabric, Southport dress by Idle Fancy, Italian woven floral cotton blend fabric.
Ute dress by Schnittchen
The Ute dress by Schnittchen is an airy apron dress with a wide pleated skirt. Shoulder straps extend from the sides of the front bodice and go over the shoulders to the back.
From left to right: peacock feathers print cotton lawn, 100% linen fabric, geometric print viscose and linen blend fabric,
Halter neck swimsuit by Maison Fleur
The halter neck swimsuit by Maison Fleur is a great, versatile pattern, with three different variations. Whether you prefer a one-piece or two-piece swimsuit, this pattern has all you’ll need.
Left: Maison Fleur one-piece swimsuit variation by Capital Chic.
Middle: Maison Fleur bikini variation by Megan.
Small images, top to bottom: pink all-way stretch lycra, black swimwear fabric, turquoise all-way stretch lycra.
So there we have it – lots of gorgeous inspiration of fabric and creations for the patterns in the Getaway Capsule! You’ve got only five more days to get your hands on it as part of Indie Pattern Month – you can go find out the details here.
Have you bought the capsule? What pattern are you planning on trying first?
I was planning on probably making the Southport dress first (though my main reason for buying was the swimsuit pattern) but after reading this I’m pretty sold on making a stripy Warabi tunic, maybe in time for July’s challenge?