The summer is starting to whizz by here, and I can’t believe it’ll be October and book launch time before long! Writing a book is definitely a long process, but it’ll be amazing (and maybe a bit surreal?!) to finally see it in stores. Did you already pre-order? It’s a really big deal for authors to get pre-orders, so if you’re interested, please do place your pre-order from us or at your local independent retailer.
Jump to other posts in this series:
- Introducing my new book, “Ahead of the Curve”
- How I wrote “Ahead of the Curve” (a behind-the-scenes peek!)
- Get to know the Stanway T-Shirt
- Get to know the Magna Pants
- Get to know the Kersoe Top
- Get to know the Honeybourne Dress
- Get to know the Foxhill Dress
- Fabric requirements for patterns from “Ahead of the Curve”
But let’s get on to why you’re actually here… it’s another pattern reveal! And this time it’s….. the Magna Pants.
The Magna Pants are high waisted, woven, slim leg pants, with a side invisible zip (optional, depending on your waist/hip ratio) and a narrow elasticated back waistband. They’re easy and breezy to sew and wear and are sure to be a wardrobe staple.
The Magna Pants do some heavy lifting when it comes to fit tutorials in the book! We’ll be using the pattern pieces to learn about full tummy adjustments, full bum adjustments, flat bum adjustments, thin or full thighs adjustments, crotch adjustments…. and more!
This pair is made from amazing viscose called “Urban Leo” from the brand Mind the Maker which you can find at local fabric stores! On top, Dibs has a Stanway T-shirt from a simple bamboo jersey.
More pattern reveals are still to come in the meantime, so keep your eyes peeled!