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Custom Sewing Patterns

To new sewists, custom sewing patterns may be a foreign concept. But it’s simply a basic sewing pattern  with additional fitting support! This may mean different pattern pieces to match your cup size, or adjustment lines and tutorials printed on the tissue to help you adapt the size and fit. Currently, we offer our custom sewing patterns under three categories with well-known brands under each one:

Amazing Fit

It shouldn’t take a long time for you to complete the patterns under this category. Amazing fit patterns mostly consists of dresses, corsets and trousers designed to fit any body type from slim to curvy. This category features pattern designer creations from the Simplicity creation. If you’re invested in making clothes that can be worn for a wide variety of body shapes, then this is the category you should be looking into.

Custom Cup Sizes

The patterns in the Custom Cup Sizes category consists of patterns for feminine pieces of clothes like dresses, swimsuits, bridal dresses, jumpsuits and more. This category features famous brands like Butterick and Vogue. So, if feminine sophistication is the look you’re going for, this is the category to check out.

Tissue Fit

Pati Palmer is “the Fit Expert,” known for creating the Palmer/Pletsch tissue-fitting method, along with Marta Alto. Since 1980, Pati has designed and written instructions for 350 indie sewing patterns in collaboration with our brands. Our Palmer/Pletsch patterns are unique in that the guide sheets include more than sewing: they have in-depth fitting tips, design recommendations and professional sewing techniques. The patterns themselves have alteration lines printed on the tissue to help you with your fitting techniques. And the unique tissue fitting method is at the heart of everything she teaches.

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