Pattern Emporium Boxing Day Haul

I went a little bit crazy during the Pattern Emporium Boxing Day sale. They had 30% off their entire shop and I purchased 8 patterns. Pattern Emporium is one of my favorite pattern companies--they offer so many variations with each of their designs. They are one of the most budget-friendly and versatile indie sewing pattern companies out there in my opinion. Even at full price, they are a wonderful value because of all the design options they offer.

I am a Pattern Emporium affiliate and all links in the post are affiliate links. However, I purchased these patterns with my own money.

This women's shirt pattern comes in sizes AUS 4-30. You can make a shirt with a collar stand or without. There are several sleeve options and there's even a dress version. I love the slightly relaxed fit of the shirt and I'm very interested in sewing the shirt dress as well.
This knit cami comes in sizes AUS 4-30. There are several options for how to create the straps and the tank can be unlined, fully lined, or can have a shelf bra. This is the perfect layering cami for year round. I am seriously thinking about making at least one in merino wool jersey for a winter base layer. I think it would also be excellent for pajamas.
Last summer I made an Every Day's a Weekend Dress and it was my absolute favorite dress to wear.
I purchased the fitted bodice add-on to give me even more options as I am certain that I will want to make more versions of this comfy knit dress. Both the pattern and add-on come in sizes AUS 4-30. The add-on also includes a sleeveless version that was not in the original pattern. I think depending on fabric choice that this dress can be appropriate for all seasons. If I can find the right fabric, I'd love to make a full-length maxi version for winter.
This is a stunning knit tank dress. My favorite is the square neckline and that version is high on my to-make list. I really love that it comes with a straight skirt and a-line. The flounce at the bottom of the straight skirt would make a beautiful little black dress. This pattern comes in sizes AUS 6-24.
I've been wanting to make this pattern since it came out last summer. I had purchased 3 coordinating colors of linen gingham from Blackbird Fabrics. I really like the crop top as well as the dresses and the different necklines provided in the pattern would make very different looks. I will definitely make this one next summer. This pattern comes in sizes AUS 4-30.
I debated for awhile whether or not I should purchase this one. I did get some tiered dress fatigue by the end of last summer but in the end I think that fatigue will be temporary and I do love a good relaxed shirt dress. I could see myself making this one in a cotton double gauze for summer. This pattern is sizes for AUS 4-30. There are several sleeve options and mini to maxi length. 
You can also add the bishop sleeves from the Meet You There dress, which I have made in the past as both a dress and a top.
This is another one where I debated whether I really needed it but I couldn't resist a comfy knit pant that can be made in a variety of fabrics. There are options for tapered, wide, and flare leg and different rises as well. The sizing on this one comes in AUS 6-22.
Lastly, I purchased this oversized button-front cardigan. It comes in a variety of lengths from cropped to longline. I really like the full sleeves that can easily fit over statement sleeve tops and dresses. This pattern was on my fall sewing plans list (on YouTube) and I haven't gotten around to making it yet but I'm hoping to get at least one version sewn up soon.

So what do you think? Are you a fan of Pattern Emporium? If you like sewing your own basics I highly recommend them as a company.


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