The holiday Vogue patterns came out today. Is it just me?! The poses are much more "normal" this time around! I can appreciate the lines of the garments much better.
Having said that, I'm not seeing lots of patterns that I must have (so.many.dresses...) but there are a few I will add to my collection.
First up, I am very excited to see an updated version of one of my favorite Sandra Betzina patterns, Vogue 1018, which I made 5 or 6 times. (Click the image below to see the review.)
The line drawing of 1018:
You can see the similarity best when looking at the line drawing of the updated pattern, which includes a cute top. The 60 tucks have been left off the new pattern, so it will be much quicker to make.
Next, I really like the man's hat pattern, Vogue 8869:
In fact, it was raining and I wore my own funky fedora today... (Not the most flattering picture, but I was on my way to Trader Joes.)
I really like the zipper treatment and asymmetric hem of this Katherine Tilton jacket, Vogue 8863.
I love the details on this coat, Vogue 8862, which looks like high end boutique RTW. Vogue showed it sewn up in black, making it hard to see the flounce front, so I'm also showing the artist illustration in red.
If you like close-fitting, cigarette-style pants, Vogue 8859 has nice lines.
In the new wardrobe pattern, Vogue 8865, I like the red leather jacket when made in the "deconstructed" view.
This Koos coat, Vogue 1331, features an interesting design treatment. I look forward to reading about how this was accomplished, though the swing shape of the coat is not for me.
This Pamela Roland garment, Vogue 1332, is interesting. It's like a coat nestled in a pea pod, or emerging from a chrysalis.
This Guy Laroche jacket is wonderfully futuristic. (I wouldn't make it in straight-coat-jacket white, though.)
It's simple, but I like this Very Easy Vogue 8854 top with (or without) hood.
So, Vogue, how about fewer dresses and more separates with funky details... Please? :)