If you are joining us from the Online Sewing Weekender: Welcome! Start here!
We hope that you enjoyed our talk all about 1920s fashion and how to draft your own Paul Poiret inspired garments.
If we’ve whet your pattern-cutting appetite then do check out our upcoming online classes where we go a bit more in-depth into how to draft your own garments -next weekend we have a T-shirt, Trouser, Smock and Jumpsuit class!
Click here if you’re interested in our book ‘Pattern Making Templates for Skirts and Dresses’ to buy it direct from the publishers with a discount + free P+P
And of course, if you don’t feel like drafting your own pattern you can check out our range of pdf sewing patterns ready for you to download and sew right-away!
If you are interested in the combination of fashion history and pattern-cutting you might also be interested in our collaboration with the V&A fashion exhibition program producing sewing patterns to accompany their exhibitions, and the best thing is - they are all available to download for free from the V&A website!
Click here for a Frida Kahlo inspired Huipil pattern
Click here for a Mary Quant inspired 60s minidress pattern
Click here for a faithful re-interpretation Mary Quant’s original Georgie Dress design
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch - our email is email@example.com or head over to our instagram @aliceandcopatterns and if you want to hear from us about future classes and events - join our newsletter via the form below.
Alice + Lilia xx