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Few months ago Deer & Doe made an announcement they they will no longer be producing printed patterns and only focusing on PDF patterns.
We managed to get some before they made the announcement and we think you will love them.
Here is an overview of the patterns we have available.
This dress is a favourite in the sewing community and we understand why, it’s gorgeous.
It is an oversized shit dress with an option for tiered skirt or gathered and sleeve options of plain or ruffled. Fabrics ideal for this are double gauze, chambray, rayon, batiste, twill and lightweight cotton sateen.
Myosotis is a true wardrobe staple. We think our Esmee Brodee Cotton Double Gauze would be a perfect match
Are a high waisted pants with tapered legs, front seams and elasticated back waistband.
The other option are a cargo inspired with elasticated cuffs and side pockets.
Fabrics to make these are cotton, lined, wool, twill, denim or velvet.
Lupin is a short cropped jacket that is fully lined, with wide sweeping lapels, welt pockets, cinched waist and shoulder tabs.
This will be your go to throw over for those cooler days and nights. Great to pair with jeans and tee or we think it would be perfect to go over the Myosotis Dress.
Fabrics suited for the Lupin are chambray, lightweight wool, linen or suede.
Melilot is a button down shirt with dropped shoulders, long or short sleeves and mandarin collar. We think a perfect addition to any wardrobe.
Fabrics suited are batiste cotton, cotton satin, linen, viscose, silk or flannel.
Hands down love the Ondee pattern! We want to make them in a rainbow of colours. Wear it with jeans or skirt, but we think absolutely perfect to go under The Harlene dungarees by Merchant & Mills or Bobbi pinafore by Tilly & The Buttons.
Ondee is a cropped sweater with either long or short sleeves and option of a scoop neck or collar.
Jersey with a good amount of stretch is what you will need to make Ondee. We have a range available on the store, in particular the Art Gallery Fabrics jersey shop here.
Wanting to make shorts but with a little design twist? Then the Chataigne Shorts might be the pattern for you.
With inverted box pleats you then have the option of regular or hight waist and cuffed hem. The other option for the hem is the scalloped hem which gives these shorts a really nice design twist.
Fabrics suited are gabardine, twill, denim, linen and wool blend.
We think the Moyo Seersucker would make a great pair with the scalloped hem.
We hope you enjoyed this little blog on the Deer & Doe pattern
Happy sewing to you all