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FABRIC INSPIRATION FOR SERRA

Like we usually do, we made a selection of fabrics that would be perfect for our Serra jacket pattern.

We chose fabrics specific for each view’s style but feel free to mix and match. Overall, we recommand using a medium weigh fabric (between 100 and 250 gr/m2 is great). For the lining, classic anti-static lining is perfect, but if you prefer a printed cotton or quilted lining, it would be great for a winter version.

VIEW A

1/ Cotton wax Millerain – col. Aubergine – Guthrie & Ghani

2/ Coated fabric – col. Ocre – Atelier de la création

3/ Wax pur cotton – col. Dark kaki – Stragier

Sources images A: Hunterboots / Petit Bateau / Parka London / Cos / Vogue 


VIEW B

1/ Cordura Light – col. Black – Telas activas

2/ Coated cotton – col. Blue – Stragier

3/ Softshell – col. Navy blue – Rascol

Sources images B: Massimo DuttiRomwe / Vogue


VIEW C

1/ Prince of Wales wool – col. Beige/black/red – The Sweet Mercerie

2/ Coated canvas – leaves print – Tissustory

3/ Gabardine – col. Sand – Cousette

Sources images C:  Death by Elocution / Zara / Man Repeller / Soeur / Burberry


– We hope that will inspire you to make a Serra Jacket! You want to make the pattern? Shop it here: Serra Jacket. –

 

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INSPIRATION FOR NINOT

Ninot is one of the very first Pauline Alice patterns. With the details like the Peter Pan collar and button bands, it’s such a sweet and pretty/preppy Little jacket. With the update, we wanted to offer a new version, this time with a more modern and casual flair. Here are some fabric and style inspiration to celebrate the launch of the updated Ninot jacket pattern! 

BACK TO SCHOOL !

1/  Flannel, Cousette

2/ Prince of Wales check, Pretty Mercerie

3/ Houndstooth, Les Tissus du Chien Vert

image sources:  Fashionista / Des petits hautsThe sartorialist


WOOL 60’S

1/ Tweed, Stragier

2/ Boiled wool, Stragier

3/ Wool, Cousette

image sources: nytimes /  The sartorialist High Low Vintage


SOFT FABRICS

 

1/ Textured fleece dress fabric, Atelier de la Création

2/  Faux Fur, Atelier de la Création

3/ Plain sherpa textured fleece,  Minerva Crafts

image sources: Soeur Fashionista Fashionista


– You can find the Ninot jacket pattern in PDF (with A4 print-at-home and A0 copyshop versions) in the shop! –

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