December 18, 2017

Your Makes: Cashmerette Patterns Holiday Inspiration

Hi all! Carrie here with a roundup of some of our favorite holiday pieces made by you (and a few by us here at Cashmerette HQ!). We love to see how you interpret your Cashmerette Patterns and regardless of the climate where you live or how fancy you get for your holidays, we’ve got patterns that work for you. Check out these fabulous makes!


The Rivermont Dress & Top is such a natural fit for holiday wear. We love these versions and seeing how unique each one looks!


Not a fancy holiday dresser? No problem! How about a Rivermont Top, a Concord T-Shirt paired with Ames Jeans, or a perfect plaid Harrison Shirt?


Velvet continues to be on trend in a big way! Try the Turner Dress in stretch velvet or go dramatic in a tea length velvet Upton Dress.


With or without the added sleeve pack, the Upton Dress is perfect for all your holiday parties!


Plaids (paired with the perfect white Harrison Shirt), dark florals (and a perfectly fitted Turner Dress), and jewel tones make for classic holiday looks. The royal blue on Syreeta is a mash-up of the Dartmouth Top and the Turner!


Live in or visiting warmer climes for the holidays? Check out these knock-out dresses. Two creative takes on the Appleton Dress and one amazing hack of the Springfield Top!!


And finally, a few of our faves here at Cashmerette HQ! Sheer overlay Turner Dresses are Jenny’s go-to fancy (and sneaky comfy) looks, while I favor the mixed patterns of my Washington Dress (paired with tights and Chelsea boots for the winter). Plus, you can never go wrong with a richly colored Appleton Dress.

Do you have any holiday sewing plans? Be sure to share with us using the hashtag for your pattern and #CashmerettePatterns.

Happy Sewing!

3 thoughts on “Your Makes: Cashmerette Patterns Holiday Inspiration

  1. Christina says:

    Love this… all of it. Really like Tanya’s gold velvet and all the pretty Upton Dresses. Happy Holidays one and all!

  2. dimorr says:

    Thank you for a great year. Merry Christmas!

  3. Kim Dimond says:

    Thank you for being you!

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