Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Sneak Peek OTTOBRE woman 5/2010 Autumn/Winter Issue

OTTOBRE design® woman Autumn/Winter issue 5/2010 will be published on August 27, 2010.
This issue includes 20 designs for women in sizes 34-52.



The themes are:

AUTUMNAL COLOR IMPRESSIONS
The delicious wool fabrics and knits of this season give inspiration to new sewing projects. We designed stylish wool coats, jersey tops, a lovely wool-knit dress and elegant pants for professional women. The fabulous multi-use knit wrap is easy to make and can be used to create a different look for your outfit on every day of the week.
Sizes 34-46, 44-52 and 34-52

FINDING JOY IN EVERYDAY LIFE
Meeting up with a friend for a cup of coffee brightens up the daily routine. Besides practical jersey tops and tunics, you can complement your wardrobe with a luxurious silk blouse, a folklore-style skirt and various pants. For sporty women we designed a softshell hoodie, a double-layer sports top and gym pants.
Sizes 34-46, 40-52 and 34-52



We wish you nice sewing sessions with us!

22 comments:

Medea said...

I really look forward to this issue.

Leah said...

Looking forward to its arrival!

Moni said...

Thank you! This looks like exactly what I need.

Heather said...

Oh! The coat is gorgeous! Love everything!

Jos said...

please postman, come to my door quickly!

sewliz said...

This looks like it will be another great womens' issue. Thanks for the tease!

(rachel) said...

Any patterns for maternity wear? The clothes look beautiful. Can't wait to try out that coat pattern!

Terri said...

How exciting! I can't wait. The green coat is lovely.

Melissa said...

Looking forward to the arrival of my new magazine! I love the wearable designs you always have for ladies (especially those who are homemakers and don't need business suits). Thank you Ottobre Design!!!

Sandi said...

Beautiful - can't wait to get it and start sewing!

Sew4Fun said...

From your photos and descriptions I'm super excited about this issue. Thanks for the sneak peek. I can't wait!

Pam said...

The green jacket is just the sort of shape I've been wanting in a knee-length coat! Easy to lengthen, too, if you haven't already. Thanks!

Die Oma und Kräuterhexe said...

..wunderschön freue mich auf,s neue Heft.
Herzliche Grüße

Branka said...

I've been buying delicious fabrics in anticipation of next Ottobre, can't wait to receive the magazine and start sewing!

Eliisa said...

Taas vähän suomeakin sekaan :) Hyvän näköisiä malleja, tosiaankin. Täällä kun nuo lapset kasvavat, ei ihan kaikki äidin ideoimat vaatteet enää kelpaa. Poikaki -10v - vihjasi, että ihan peruspaitaa vaan ompelet, ei mitään aplikointeja. Mutta nehän siinä ne jujut onkin ;) Siispä itselle ompelemaan. Kun se rohkeus vielä löytyisi käyttää kunnolla värejä. Lehteä odotellessa...

irina said...

Very nice!!

Irina

Anonymous said...

J'attends avec impatience, le manteau court me plait bien

TiinaK said...

Äsken se tuli postilaatikkooni, aivan upea lehti! Minulla on kaapillinen kaavalehtiä ja tämä, voi, tämä on paras! Kyynelet nousivat silmiini lehteä selatessa... Lähes jokainen vaate kuin minulle suunniteltuja. Olen kapealanteinen, pömppömahainen ja rintava ja tähän lehteen oli saatu väljempivyötäröiset housut ja toppi/tunika johon löytyy muokkausohje rintavalle! Ja tuo upea vaaleasininen villakangastakki, sekin on ihan minun malliseni, nyt vain äkkiä lapset päiväunille ja ompelukone surisemaan. Wau! Kiitos!

Nicole Finlayson said...

Ooooh yay I have been itching to get a new Ottobre Woman, I'm having withdrawals!

angie.a said...

One of my favorite issues ever! WONDERFUL basics. Thank you for including more designs up to size 52!! :)

Marika said...

Vihdoin sellainen kaavalehti, jossa on oikeasti vaikka miten monta hyvää kaavaa, jotka voisi kaikki tehdä! Toteutin itselleni tuon sinikuvioisen tunikan, tosin violettina ja tykkäsin kovasti :)

Defil&Debodine said...

Hello,
in the issue, you mention that for the t-shirt of page 28 (Susie/Bessie ?), it is necessary to adapt de chest for big sizes, and invite us to check your blog. But I cannot find any post related to this matter. Do you plan to do anything, or is it just necessary to use the pattern as provided in the magazine ?
Thank you in advance for your answer