The latest News from Alice & Co Patterns...

ALICE & CO ADVENT: FREE PATTERNS AND MORE!

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Because here at Alice & Co HQ we are absolute FIENDS for anything Christmassy we will be hosting our very own ALICE & CO ADVENT! Featuring a daily festive countdown of free patterns, hack and additions to our patterns including quick and stylish Christmas ideas for you to download and make at home.

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NEW PATTERN: INTREPID BOILER SUIT

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You can certainly do more than fix the boiler in this suit... and we guarantee once you have this on you won't want to wear anything else!

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PODCAST: Alice & Co Patterns featured on Stitcher's Brew!

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We were delighted to be featured on the wonderful sewing podcast Stitcher's Brew last week - hosted by the lovely Gabby and Megan. Have a listen to hear all about our sewing histories, how Alice & Co Patterns came about and what it's like to work as a mother & daughter team! They also have a fantastic back catalogue of episodes you can listen to full of fascinating insights into the world of sewing. Perfect to listen to whilst you're sticking together some PDFs or whizzing up an Alice & Co Patterns design on your machine! Click here to listen to...

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EVENT: An Evening with Alice @ Ray Stitch!

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Want to learn more about the ‘Alice’ behind Alice & Co Patterns? We’re very excited to be hosting an evening at Ray Stitch - featuring a live pattern cutting demonstration !  Friday 14 September, 6.30-8.30pm  Click here to book We'd love to see you there!

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FREE PATTERN: FRIDA HUIPIL for the V&A

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We are very excited to have created an exclusive free pattern for the V&A museum in London to compliment the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up. Our Frida Huipil pattern is inspired by the traditional style of Mexican tunic (huipil) worn by the artist Frida Kahlo. Essentially these garments are a rectangle of folded over fabric with a hole cut out for the head; the joy of this design is that you add your embellishment whilst the fabric is still flat, making it easy to sew. There are huipiles in Frida's wardrobe in a variety of lengths, fabrics and designs, decorated...

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