Founded in Portland, Oregon, in 2014 by designer Peggy Mead, Sew House Seven creates modern apparel patterns for sewists of all skill levels. Each pattern comes with multiple style options, instructions for sewing the garments, and a list of all the fabric needed to complete each style. The Alberta Street pencil skirt is a slim-fitting, unlined skirt with a tapered hem that lands just below the knees. Comfortable and easy to wear, the Burnside Bib is a modern take on the traditional work overall. The Tabor V-neck can be made into a loose-fitting, drop-shoulder T-shirt or sweater. A vintage-looking dress that's packed with modern touches, the Tea House dress is formal enough for a mixer, but still casual enough to wear around town. Finally, stay cozy and stylish this fall and winter with the Toaster Sweaters, which consist of two different high-top neck designs.
Note: This drop is for two patterns. At checkout, choose the Alberta Street pencil skirt, the Burnside Bib overalls, the Tabor V-neck, the Tea House dress, or the Toaster Sweaters.
Alberta Street Pencil Skirt
Burnside Bib Overalls
Tea House Dress
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Aug 16, 2018 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.