Friday, August 21, 2009

Fabulous Fall - OTTOBRE design® woman 5/2009

OTTOBRE design® woman Autumn/Winter issue 5/2009 will be published August 28, 2009.



Including:

FABULOUS FALL
Our warm autumn and winter collection includes wonderful wool coats, tunics, tops, pants and a skirt – all items that are perfect for layering. Earthy tones, tweed, wool jersey and boiled wool. Sizes 34–52

OLD-SCHOOL GLAMOUR
The festive season is full of sparkling luster, swinging hemlines and lovely details. A special-occasion top, a ballooned satin skirt and a beautiful jacket. Sizes 34–46

WONDERFUL WOOL
Whether purple or grey, fantastic wool knits are equally charming. Every woman’s favorite cardigans, dresses, pinafore dresses, a classic shirt blouse and a gorgeous wool scarf. Sizes 34–52

INTIMATES AND SPORTY BASICS
Beautiful underwear for women of all sizes: a camisole in retro-print knit and panties in two basic styles. A soft-shell jacket and casual outdoor pants for active women. Sizes 34–52







19 comments:

Sandra (sewfossy) UK said...

Ooooh! It all looks lovely - I can't wait!!!

Anonymous said...

As always, your fabric choices and color combinations are amazing! There are so many pieces that I would love to see in my closet. I can't wait to have my hands on this issue!!

Ivy
Maine, USA

Julia said...

Oh goodness, I can't wait for this to arrive! It may be the only thing I actually LIKE about late August here in Texas. :)

Delicatelily said...

So far so good, the designs are inviting. I'll start stocking up on fabric for Fabulous fall. I'm excited to see more of the intimates and sporty basic.

Clodagh a.k.a. Isra said...

You are a tease LOL ;-)

lillepooh said...

Cant wait to get this one in the mail...

Karen said...

gorgeous! I think this is the best issue yet and will be my most used one. I like almost every single item. Thank you ottobre for practical, modest, and beautiful styles.

Steffi said...

Great magazine again! I had it today in my mailbox! My favourite model(pattern) is the Wrap tunic " Wraparound " with the paisley jersey!

Sandi said...

I just got my issue and can't wait to start sewing from it. I like everything in this one - great job!

Mel said...

I think the new cover stock is great and will take better to frequent flipping. =) Hope to see it on the kids issues.
I've waited on buying undergarments so I can try to ones in this issue. They look great! Other favorites #7 wrap, #9 knit dress, now that I got a good look at it I've decided I do like it. Also # 3, 5 and 6 in particular. Lots of stuff that I might not ordinarily wear, but several have appealed to me.
Thanks for a great issue.

Sandra (sewfossy) said...

Any tips on boiled wool? I've no idea where to find it in the UK - no local fabric shops left sadly. Does it have to be 100% wool and could you buy some woven fabric & boil wash it to get desired result?

Keely said...

Great issue, yet again. Seeing as you mention in the editorial that you tweak the patterns for fit, I wonder if you'd consider blog posts showing how to adjust patterns for various figure needs? eg fuller bust, etc

allsewnup said...

I've been quilting and came across your blog through another. I'm LOVIN' what I'm seeing here! So different and fun and you are showing "real" sizes for those of us who want style. I want more of this.
Carolyn*

AmeliaSews said...

I am loving what I see here and can't wait to get this issue!

My husband hopes you run some men's patterns soon...

Anika said...

I got the issue and I have a question... This nice bag (second picture from bottom of post), in the issue it's said, that the pattern for it is on the internet.. I'm so sorry but I cant finde it! Could someone please help me?=)Would be verry thankfull^^

Jo-Hanna said...

HI OTTOBRE-FOLKS!

When are you going to post the pattern for WEEKENDER bag in your magazine's site, as promised in your magazine?

Anonymous said...

Love the autumn/winter edition. Just wondering where I can find the pattern for the overnight bag. Would love to make one of those too.
Diana

AussieWoman said...

Another great and and practical magazine - thank you! Like others I have been waiting for the weekender bag pattern. Is it available yet?

Long time subscriber to OttobnreDesign and OttobreWoman.

AussieWoman said...

Any update on where we can find the weekender bag pattern? Also the green belt on pp 30 of 2/2010 which the magazine says is on the Ottobre Design blog?