Thursday, April 9, 2009

OTTOBRE design® kids fashion Summer 3/2009

OTTOBRE design@ kids fashion Summer issue 3/2009 will be published April 29, 2009.



The themes are:

BABIES IN A PEA POD

Sweet summer outfits for babies. Intense colors borrowed from garden produce ripening in the sun: rhubarb, carrot and raspberry. A little jacket, tunics, a dress, a shirt, T-shirts, jeans and a sunhat.
Sizes 62–92 cm

VISITING GRANNY
Elegant special-occasion wear in vintage style for schoolchildren. Modernized sailor outfits for young children. Shirts, dresses, a skirt, shorts and a vest.
Sizes 62–170 cm

ZOO OR JUNGLE
A safari-themed collection dedicated to little boys. The clothes are pepped up with animal motifs, using new techniques. A jacket, T-shirts, a shirt, shorts, bermudas and pants.
Sizes 98–170 cm

TECHNICOLOR KIDS
Colorful outfits for the hottest days of the summer holiday: a T-shirt, a tunic, pants, dresses, sunwear and swimwear.
Sizes 92–170 cm



Technicolor kids: Design no. 18 Three-way dress made from printed cotton fabric. Sizes 92-146 cm.



Zoo or Jungle: Designs no. 23. "Bert shorts", 24. "Jungle" T-shirt and 25. "Windy" outdoor jacket. Sizes 98–134 cm.

35 comments:

Mel said...

Everything looks lovely! Can't wait to see the new techniques and color schemes.

Kelley said...

Looks great! I'm so excited for the boys' jacket and the shorts!

Pamela Erny said...

Oh I am so excited about this issue...please mail them early, LOL!

Tonya said...

These look great! Several of the sneak peaks I've seen seem to be suited to colorful designer quilting fabrics we have easily available. I'm excited to see them.

Sew Lind said...

The colours look scrumptious! I'm excited to see short shorts for boys, my little 11 yo boy looks great in this style :-) Can't wait to receive the big white envelope.

Chickpea said...

Adorable! I can't wait to get my issue.
I just wanted to mention to you that I am having an "Ottobre Sew Along" on my blog.
here is a link:

http://chickpeastudio.typepad.com/chickpea_sewing_studio/2009/04/ottobre-sew-along.html

cheers!

Melinda said...

Oh - I cannot wait. LOVE the cover design.

Delicatelily said...

Love the colors, can't wait for the new mag.

lillepooh said...

Really looking forward to this issue! Can't wait!!!

Véronique said...

So good ! The french addicts' are so happy and can't wait to receive it !!

Melissa said...

Soo looking forward to making that dress for my daughters. I see I can make 3 different ways so they will still have different styles but similar dresses. YEAH!!!

Mommyof2girlz said...

I'm so excited! Love the colors on the cover, I can't wait to find it in my mailbox!

Claire said...

Oh looks like this is going to be a fabulous one - like every other issue has been :)
Can't wait!!

Anonymous said...

I just saw the issue up on the website and I LOVE it!!! I have two girls to sew for and I see so many things that I want to make for them!! Thank you so much!! I can't wait to get my white envelope in the mail!!

Ivy =)

OTTOBRE staff said...

Thank you, Ivy, Claire, Melissa and all other lovely folks!

We have posted all issues on Monday 20.4. So if we are lucky, the magazines will arrive to subscribers before weekend.

Happy sewing sessions with us!


Greetings from still a little bit snowy and icy, but extremely sunny Finnish Lapland,

Ottobre team

Anonymous said...

I just read on the Ottobre-English yahoo group that you had already mailed out the issues, then when I came here and saw your actual post I nearly fell out of my chair with excitement!! I wish I could hug and kiss you all!!

Thank you for the fabulous surprise!!

Ivy =)
Maine, USA

Sew_Happily_Ever_After said...

If my issue arrives this weekend, it will be a perfect b-day gift as my b-day is on Saturday...keeping my fingers crossed!

Stash Empress said...

Just perused (okay, consumed!) the new issue at the website --- I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!! So many great patterns in there -- can hardly wait to get it!

Alenchino said...

Today I recieved my Ottobre, thx for the little girl´s swimmsuit. It is exactly what I was missing in my previous issues. And regarding the vliseline products on your website, thx for your offer but it would be a little too expensive for me to get it shipped. I will try to search for a local dealer or some equivalent.

Steffi said...

Everything looks great! I can´t wait to see the magazine at my mailbox.

Sandi said...

I just got my issued and I can't wait to start sewing! There are so many lovely designs, I don't know what to make first.

Gilly said...

Mine arrived today and I am so in love with it - cant wait to get cracking :)
Thanks!

Prue said...

I have been waiting for a pattern for younger kids' jeans - thanks!

Being Australian, where we are very skin conscious, I was a little disappointed that you didn't include a pattern for a rash vest in the swimming costume section. We generally cover up when we are at the beach, otherwise the kids end up with terrible sunburn. Perhaps next time for the rash vest...

Sandi said...

I've already made 5 things from this issue - all reviewed at patternreview.com - love it, love it, love it!

Jean Reconstruction said...

That looks great!!... No words to express how good it is.. awesome, cute..

TrendyBrandyKids said...

Looks so cute and great! Colorful and trendy childrens clothing..

saffiertje said...

i am really pleased with this one... only the price of the magazine is rely high I think...
shame

Josie said...

I got mine today and I am IN LOVE!!!

Katja said...

Hi- Putting in my thanks for the current issue, my three boys are very happy with all the new creations. Just wondering if the sizes- 104cm or hat size 52, for example, ....do they include room to grow or should I size up if the child measures close to those numbers??? Also would love to see some classic boys boxers (for knits and wovens) and brief style underwear for boys...a great way to use up scraps of expensive knit fabric...Thanks Katja Magus
violetvata@hotmail.com

Susanna said...

I just finished making Eliza - lovely linen dress. I love it so much!!

Ballee said...

Just bought the Dutch version, and I will make the "easy" summer dress for my daughter!

Will put this blog in my bloglines too..
http://knittingajour.blogspot.com
groeten uit Rotterdam

OTTOBRE staff said...

Katja!

The size 104 is made to fit perfect for a child who's height is 104 cm. The patterns do have the necessary ease to move an play free, but not actually room to grow.

In hats we have 2-3 cm ease. Always measure your own child and compare the measurements with our size charts.

If your child is 100-103 cm, I would take the size 104. If she/he is 104..109 cm, I would compare her/his width measurements to size chart and choose the one which fits better (104 or 110) and lengthen the sleeves and pants a little bit if necessary. As you can see from the pattern sheet, the differences between sizes are rather small in widths.

We are planning to make a quick "how-to-do-it" quide for most common pattern modifications soon. We need to finish the autumn issue first.
Stay tuned!

Your Ottobre Team

OTTOBRE staff said...

Underwear patterns!

Nice idea to recycle scraps and leftover pieces in undies.

You find a lot of nice underwear patterns in our older issue 4/2004. Take a look on our website!

http://www.ottobredesign.com/lehdet_js/2004_4/index.html?en

OTTOBRE Team

Ballee said...

dress is finished:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/knittingajour/3575803492/

she loves it!

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