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The Albors trousers can be made in almost any medium weight fabric: denim, gabardine, canvas, corduroy, linen, or even a woolen, you name it. Here are some ideas to style yours. Which one is your favourite?


1/ Pink corduroy – Backstitch

2/ Mint green canvas– Stonemoutain Fabrics

3/ Washed canvas in grape – Metermeter

Source images (from the left to the right and from the top to the bottom): Asos  /  Urban Outfitters  / Asos / Weekday / Lykke Wullf



1/ Chambray blue 10 oz denim– Metermeter

2/ 9.5 oz raw organic denim– Stonemoutain Fabrics

3/ Navy heavy washed canvas – Metermeter

Source images (from the left to the right and from the top to the bottom): Carhartt  /  Stan Ray  / Wattpad / Wrangler / Stan Ray



1/ Petrol blue gabardine– Cousette

2/ Stone twill– Harts Fabrics

3/ Olive tencel twill– Harts Fabrics

Source images (from the left to the right and from the top to the bottom): Toast /  EmStreetstyle  / Matches Fashion / Jesse Kamm / Toast


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by Pauline Alice

Let’s start the presentation of the new patterns with the Albors trousers. With two young boys, I spend my days running after them or on the floor, at home or at the park, so my dresses and skirts are gathering dust in my wardrobe. I needed a pair of trousers, comfortable and practical in all situations. Workwear as inspiration is not new for me (hello Tello jacket), so naturally, it came back when I was designing this new collection and the Albors trousers in particular.

Albors has a classic shape : a regular high waist (just below the navel), hip hugging and then straight wide legs with a cropped length.

What set it apart are the numerous pockets and topstitching : big patch pockets on the back and the front, tool pockets on the side and hammer loop on the other. The curved waistband also has some buttoned tabs. And you can choose between a button fly or zip fly, the booklet comes with both instructions.

I think Albors is a great basic pair of trousers : with or without all the pockets, contrasting or matching topstitching, zip or button fly, it has everything!

As for fabric, you should look for medium weight fabric with body : cotton canvas, gabardine, denim, corduroy… and most importantly, have fun with the topstitching!

Here, Maria is wearing a size 38, made in off-white cotton canvas (available soon) with contrasting topstitching.

The Albors trousers pattern is available in sizes 34-52 in the shop in print and PDF.
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It took more time than I thought it would but the new collection is finally here! Let’s take a look at the Albors trousers, the Maritims pullover and the Calvari dress.

I started designing these patterns when we were confined and I guess it reflects my need of horizons, fresh air and freedom. I wanted clothes I could wear outside, for all weather, that can be worn through the day for different activities, outdoors or indoors. And Rosa, the photograph, understood that perfectly, it shows in the pictures don’t you think ? Here’s a short description of the patterns :

Albors is a classic pair of trousers inspired by workwear (painter’s or carpenter’s trousers) with a wide leg and high waist. What sets it apart : the multipurpose pockets, so handy !

The Maritims pullover will be perfect for all outdoors activities : fully lined, you can pull it on easily thanks to the zipped opening and high buttoned collar.

The Calvari dress is casual but with lots of character. The shirt dress with its notched collar, buttonband and pockets is classic and ideal all year round.

I hope you liked this preview, you can find the patterns in the shop in print and PDF format: Albors, Maritims and Calvari.
See you very soon with some posts on each pattern, fabric inspirations and tutorials.
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