Meet the new Vogue winter holiday pattern collection! The collection consists of beautiful fashion forward pieces that you will want to add to your wardrobe this winter. Scroll down for some of our favourite designs, but don’t forget to browse the other brand new designs on our website here.
Now all you have to ask yourself is; which one will you make first?
Pattern: Vogue 1651.
This loose fitting dress is easy to sew and will look great in a wide range of colours and prints. The design features a flattering rolled collar, a centre front pleat, side seam pockets and you have the option to add a flouncy cuff to the sleeves.
Pattern: Vogue 1653.
What a beauty! This loose-fitting dress has a beautiful lapel collar and side seam pockets. The skirt includes two different style variations and two different length variations. Make the optional belt to cinch it in at your waist and add that special finishing touch.
Pattern: Vogue 1659.
This pattern is for the more advanced seamstress who is looking for a fitted shirt that is a bit different. Especially the pleated lower section is really eye-catching! This shirt has front and back princess seams, a concealed front button closing, and sleeve plackets with a button cuff. Separate pattern pieces are included for cup sizes A, B, C, D.
Pattern: Vogue 1661.
These statement trousers are absolutely amazing! They are very loose fitting down the legs and have a beautiful fitted high waistline plus side seam pockets. You’ll have the option to add a fly front opening or you could insert an invisible zipper in the back seam.
Pattern: Vogue 1662.
Designed by Sandra Betzina, these paper bag waist trousers are a must have in your wardrobe. This very loose fitting trouser pattern includes big front pleats, back darts, carriers for the tie belt, and pockets. Choose from a front fly closure or an invisible zipper closure in the side seam.
Pattern: Vogue 1663.
Kathryn Brenne designed this amazing look that will take you through all seasons! The pattern includes an unlined jacket with a beautiful shawl collar, a close fitting top with neckband, and pull on pants with a self-lined yoke and hidden waist elastic.
Pattern: Vogue 1664.
What a fabulous look for the festive season! This jumpsuit will look great in a wide range of fabrics though, not just sequins. It’s designed for two-way stretch knits so you can actually pull it on without any closures. Choose to make it with or without lining and pockets.
Pattern: Vogue 1667.
Boom! Create this power jacket with Vogue 1667. It is partially lined, has a notched collar, closes with a button on the front and the pattern includes different sleeve variations. Choose to add the extra sleeve flounce to make stand out even more. The pattern includes separate pattern pieces for A, B, C and D cup sizes.
Pattern: Vogue 1669.
This vintage inspired pattern is so lovely we can’t stop looking at it.. That collar is just stunning! The coat is fully lined, has a fitted bodice, side front pockets with flaps, a two-piece sleeve with slit and a centre back pleat.
Pattern: Vogue 1657.
We’re going out with a bang! This show stopper of a dress is fully lined and made for knitted fabrics, perfect for an advanced beginner/intermediate dressmaker. The pattern includes two dress lengths, has a wrap front with pleats, long sleeves and an elasticised waist.