Thursday, June 18, 2009

OTTOBRE design® kids fashion Autumn 4/2009

OTTOBRE design® kids fashion Autumn issue 4/2009 will be published July 10, 2009.


The themes are:

RUSSIAN PEASANT
Rich Slavic colors and voluminous styles. Delicious clothing items for layering – both for boys and girls. Tunics, pinafore dresses, pants, a bodywarmer and three fabulous coats. A pinafore dress and a girl’s T-shirt also in plus sizes.
Sizes 86–158 cm



BABY DREAMS
A delicate vintage-style linen outfit and a soft, first outdoor coverall for a very young baby. Sweet hooded jackets, a little skirt and comfortable overalls for toddlers.
Sizes 50-74 cm and 62–92 cm



ENJOYABLE AUTUMN
Showy appliquéd and embroidered motifs appeal to schoolkids. Straightforward, practical outfits for daily wear: pinafore dresses plus T-shirts, knit jackets and pants for boys and girls.
Sizes 104–170 cm

29 comments:

never-tease-a-weasel said...

Oh my! You all out did yourselves this time! I CANNOT wait til my issue arrives in the mail. I'm running out to buy some of that oil cloth for the yellow coat today!!! You are terrific!

Lesli Richards

lillepooh said...

Can't wait for the new magazine...! I'm ready to strat on a new baby-collection.......

Melissa said...

Yippee, a new Ottobre!!! :-)

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to get my hands on this issue!! The previews are wonderful. I absolutely love the autumn dress coat. The pleats are such a beautiful detail!!

Ivy
Maine, USA

mermaids said...

gorgeous as always! love the russian peasant layout.

anxiously awaiting the new issue,
teri

Anonymous said...

Looks gorgeous! Looking forward to July! Because I am in the Southern Hemisphere, Autumn & Spring are always my favourite issues because I can use them straight away.

Jennifer said...

Goodness I just finished making my first Ottobre item for one of my kids and I love it. even though I don't NEED it I think I must have this next copy!

Leah said...

Beautiful! Can't wait for the mail to arrive....

Sarah-Jo said...

I think I will pitch a tent by the mail box and wait for this issue to arrive!!! :)

irina said...

WOW!!Beautiful ideeas...

kisses,

irina

OTTOBRE staff said...

Hi

Thank you all for lovely comments. Yellow flower print oil cloth is from Anna Maria Horner's collection.

http://www.annamariahorner.com/

Ottobre staff

Eliisa said...

Pitäähän tänne vähän suomenkieltäkin saada mukaan :) Innolla odotan lehteä minäkin, Oikein kivalta näyttää ja pian pääseekin sitten suunnittelemaan syksylle vaatetta. Toivottavasti kauniita kankaitakin löytyy Suomestakin - jostakin.

gKom said...

Looks like another must-have :)

OTTOBRE staff said...

Hei

Hyvä, kun näkyy suomeakin täällä.
Hilcon kankaita saa hyvinvarustetuista kangaskaupoista ympäri Suomen (kauppiaslista on siellä tuoreimman lehden takasivuilla).

Rovaniemellä olevassa myymälässämme on laaja valikoima lähes kaikkia lehden kankaita ja tietysti runsaasti nappeja, nauhoja, tukikankaita ja muita ompelutarvikeita. Uutuutena myös neulelankoja, mm. Rowanilta ja Katialta!

Tilaamme mallituskäyttöön myös paljon kankaita netin kautta amerikkalaisilta designereilta. Pieniä Anna Maria Hornerin ja Sandi Hendersonin kankaita myyviä putiikkeja löytyy mm. Etsystä ja maksuvälineenä niissä käy yleisimmin Paypal tai luottokortit.

Oma aikaisempaa laajempi nettikangaskaupamme avautuu syksyn aikana, kunhan saamme jo useita vuosia hautuneen kokonaisvaltaisen nettisivu-uudistuksemme julkaistua. Toki nytkin voi kysellä lehdestä löytyviä kankaita myymälästämme joko puhelimitse (016 4250 850) tai sp:lla. ottobre [at] ottobre.fi

Muistakaahan samalla myös kestovaippoihin sopiva bambuneuloksemme (70% bambu, 30% puuvilla), jota useat asiakkaat kyselevät. Se on valikoimissamme koko ajan hIntaan 16.80 e/m.


Yst. terv.
Ottobren väki

Suzanne Walters said...

Gorgeous!! I love the spring and autumn ones too, they suit our climate (tassie, australia) perfectly! I adore your magazines, they are so modern and the patterns are easy to construct and always fit!. It makes sewing for my three girls (and myself) such fun...thank you!

Eliisa said...

Kiitos perusteellisesta selvityksestä! Minulle on tänne Tampereelle tullutkin kankaita sieltä pohjoisesta asti, erityisesti muutama vuosi sitten kun lapset olivat pienempiä. Mutta hienoa, jos nettikauppa laajenee. Olen hirveän huono tilaamaan ulkomailta. Syksyä odotellen :)

Melinda said...

I can't wait - the Russian Peasant looks particularly gorgeous!

Steffi said...

I had the new Ottobre today in our mailbox...Really beautiful patterns again!

Mommyof2girlz said...

I can't wait to get mine, hurry up mail man!! I love the Little Maid pattern too :)

mariong said...

so cute.
my little pirate-girl will love the clothes i'll sew with this patterns. she doesn't like the little-princess-look but these she will love. thanks.

Prue said...

I particularly love the peasant outfit, but was really disappointed that there was not a boy's waterproof jacket to complement the girl's one. The boys seem to miss out on jackets with hoods in Ottobre - there was one recently but it was in a very small size...

Brenda said...

I just started recieving Ottobre in the spring and I have had so much fun making things for my twin grandchildren, however, I having a bit of trouble. I am not familiar with European sizing and I have tried to estimate the conversions. Is there a conversion chart that would also give measurements that correlate to the American sizing? I'm getting ready to make the hooded coat - out of a yummy red cord and lined with red/white houndstooth cord.

wholesale kids clothing said...

Oh! this post caught my attention. i really love the those clothes for kids. most especially the BABY DREAMS. it looks cool and funny. hope to see more clothes for kids on your post!

-altheya-

lillepooh said...

LOOOVE the pants for girls in the russian theme...!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am a real newbie to sewing. And I am not alone! Could it be a good idea for you to make a 'newbie Edition' with very detailed pictures showing how to do things, even if its obvious to other experienced readers.

Not as a regular edition, but a number to buy for all of us newbies. Maybe both kids and grownup clothes.


Could this be a good idea?

saffiertje said...

can't wait to buy it!!!

Pippi creates said...

I am a new subscriber and love this magazine. I was so inspired by this issue (my first), the Sparrow coat (pg 3) jumped out at me and I have now made and finished my first Ottobre item! I have posted it on my blog at pippicreates.blogspot.com
I am looking forward to finding time to make my next piece. I was so impressed with the patterns, the instructions and the details in the design. I learnt some new techniques from the process (I had never heard of iron-on fleece before!). Now I just have to wait for Autumn in Australia (next year) for my little one to grow into it. Keep up the great work!

Pippi creates said...

I just posted a comment, and forgot a couple of details. In the Sparrow Coat pattern (pg 3), it says to add seam allowance to all pieces. However as the coat edges were finished with binding, it shouldn't have a seam allowance added? I didn't work this out until the coat was almost finished. I figured it didn't matter too much as it only changed the length and overhang of the coat, however I thought I would enquire for future reference (I plan on making this one again!)
Thanks!

OTTOBRE staff said...

Hi Pippi and others!

we peeked your blog . You've made a lovely coat; lucky one who gets it.

The general cutting information in page 24 tells you to add 1 cm seam allowances to each edge of pattern (except the folds, of course). If there is exceptions, it is told in each designs cutting instructions.

In this Sparrow- coat pattern we removed 1 cm from bias binding finished edges to make the cutting simplier. That is why we wrote "Note!" paragraph.

And you' re right; IF we had NOT removed the 1 cm from the pattern you should not have needed to cut seam allowances.


Wishing you all a colourful fall time.

Keep up sewing, folks!

Ottobre team