Oh! What a Jalie life! I know many of you are looking forward to Jalie’s new collection. Well, long wait is over! Yes, they are already here.. Yay! There are 14 sewing patterns included in this collecion and I’m sure you will love them. May I present to you, ladies and gentlemen, the Jalie Patterns’ newest collection.
A versatile pattern that can be used as underwear, for swimtrunks and as leggings / thermal layer. Three length options: briefs (A), mid-thigh shorts (B) and long johns / leggings (C). It has two contoured pouch options (with opening or sleek front) and clever seam placement for fit and comfort.
FABRIC: Knit with stretch in the width AND length and good recovery
(cotton spandex, nylon/spandex, stretch fleece for the long johns).
Rounded-V neck dolman top with unique cropped-tank-like facing that keeps the neckline against the body and hides the bra at all times.
No more layering, no more unwanted “reveals”, even when you bend over to pick up something on the ground or hail a cab!
Fabric: Light/medium weight knit (jersey, ITY) with nice drape and heft.
Button-down shirt with collar, relaxed fit through waist and hips, bust dart (adult sizes only), rounded hem, back yoke, forward shoulder seam and box pleat at the back. A: sleeveless, bound armhole with chest pockets. B: Partially bound armhole with ruffle sleeve and removable tie.
FABRIC: Light/medium-weight fabrics like linen, linen blends, chambray, broadcloth, rayon challis, crepe de chine, poplin, tencel lyocell.
Mock wrap neck scrub top with princess seaming that makes it very easy to achieve a perfect fit. Short sleeves, yokes, elastic in the small of the back and side vents for a shaped, but comfortable top. Two double patches pockets big enough for your hands and everything you need to carry.
FABRIC: Lightweight woven fabric like broadcloth, poly/cotton, chambray.
Slim-fitting, high-waist pull-on pencil skirt that sits at the navel with two length options: mini or knee length.
A: Skirt with elasticized waist B: Skirt with elasticized waist and flattering angled seaming, perfect for color blocking. C: Skirt with wide waistband. A super quick sewing project, perfect for beginners, an easy way to create a chic and sophisticated look in no time!
FABRIC: Medium to heavy-weight knit with good recovery:
jersey or interlock knit, ponte, quilted knit, scuba
Full-zip hoodie with set-in sleeve, lined hood and ribbed cuffs and hem. The angled zippered front pockets, with the zipper tape visible inside the pocket, and the horizontal seam allow for fun color blocking and is a great fleece stash buster!
FABRIC: Main fabric:
Sweatshirt fleece, stable knit
Hood lining: light-weight jersey
Cuffs + hem bands: Ribbing
A: Swing camisole with rounded v-neck and racer back. B: Racerback, pull on lined bralette with wide under-bust band. Lined with self-fabric or power net, depending on your desired level of support. The cami and bralette are both finished with fold over elastic.
C/D: Panties with crossover illusion, fold over elastic finish and choice of high (C) or low waist (D).
FABRIC: A: Knit with stretch in the length and width, with a nice fluid drape
B/C/D: Knit with stretch in the length and width, with good recovery
We revisited a classic and updated it with ingenious seaming (no center front seam!) and a gusset.
View A has a wide contoured waistband. View B is finished with an elastic at the waist. Three length options: mid-thigh shorts, capri, ankle.
FABRIC: Stretch knit with stretch in the width AND length and a nice recovery (cotton spandex, nylon/spandex).
Relaxed-fit blouse with adjustable tie at the waist, with round neck. Trendy flutter sleeve, side panel and straight hem that flatters many silhouettes. View A hits just above the hips and view B is a tunic length with optional pocket at the side panel.
FABRIC: Light-weight fabrics with a soft hand and nice drape: linen, linen blends, chambray, rayon challis, crepe de chine, tencel lyocell.
Kimono inspired by the traditional garment, with sash, generous patch pockets and three-quarter sleeves. Knee-length and loose-fitting design that can be used as loungewear or over garments, as a jacket or cardigan in a heavier fabric.FABRIC: Woven fabric with soft hand like crepe, rayon challis, silk, satin, chambray, velvet.
A: Regular sleeve (short or longue, with or without flutter add-on) B: Short self-tie short sleeve.FABRIC: Light/medium-weight knit with nice drape (e.g. rayon or bamboo blends, ITY). For the flounce option, choose a lighter weight fabric that looks good on the wrong side too!
Add the circle skirt for a skating dress (B) that is quick and easy to sew. It is the perfect project if you are tackling skatewear sewing for the first time!FABRIC: Knit with spandex with stretch across the width AND in the length (nylon+spandex, polyester+spandex, stretch velvet)
Half-zip mock neck leotard with lined bodice front. A: sleeveless, with racer back B: cap sleeve with open back
FABRIC: Knit (nylon or polyester/spandex or cotton/spandex) with stretch in the length AND width.
Scoop front one-piece swimsuit with keyhole back that holds the straps in place and a fun inset that makes adjustments a breeze! Instructions to sew in supportive soft cups are included. The front is fully lined and lining in the back is optional (recommended for adults, not needed for kids). The optional mesh sash can be tied in the front or back for a feminine look.
FABRIC: Swimwear fabric (nylon or polyester/spandex) with stretch in the length AND width. Soft, stretch mesh for the waist tie.
Wheew! Those are magnificent sewing patterns!
I am one of the lucky ambassadors who sewed up these lovelies before they were being released by Jalie Patterns. Let me show you what I made few weeks ago. I sewed up Vanessa fluid (an old pattern) to match my Bobbie top, Clara leggings and Mimosa and those cute underwear.
— JULIA UNDERWEAR
Fabric: From The Fab Clique.
—CLARA LEGGINGS & MIMOSA
Fabric: From Fabric Mart
—VANESSA FLUID & BOBBIE
Fabric: From local fabric Store and The Fab Clique
I’m telling you, guys, these patterns are great. You should grab them and enjoy those professionally drafted patterns. You need these in your lives.
Thank you for your time reading this blog..