Tessuti Patterns

NEW :: Our Sadie Slip Dress Pattern

Meet our latest pattern – the Sadie Slip Dress. Since we saw this trend popping up (and because we lived and loved it through the 90s), we’ve had this design on our patternmaking radar.  Though it can most definitely be…

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NEW :: Berlin Jacket Pattern

Meet our latest pattern – the Berlin Jacket! This collarless, longline jacket features low patch pockets, extended dropped shoulders and full length sleeves with a turned back cuff. The back neck is slightly raised. Effortlessly stylish, the jacket is the…

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My Teal Brooklyn

Here’s my version of our latest pattern, the Brooklyn Coat. After swathing myself (yes, you swathe a LOT when you work in a fabric shop) in every one of our new boiled wools, I finally chose Teal because (a) It’s…

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NEW :: Brooklyn Coat Pattern

  Twelve months ago to the day, we released our Sydney Jacket pattern. The response was phenomenal (thank you!) and we hope you love this new pattern just as much.  Brooklyn Coat in Plum Tepore Meet our Brooklyn Coat. This…

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NEW :: Helga Shirt Pattern

Meet Helga – our latest Tessuti pattern! About ten weeks ago we put up this photo (below) of Helga on Instagram.  Helga (the customer – not the shirt 😉 had taken her pattern – modified to suit her shape –…

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NEW Audrey Shirt Pattern

Meet our newest pattern, the Audrey Shirt!  Japanese 100% Cotton – Black Supesu (also available in grey and navy) This lovely collared design features a clever tie-front detail that is both flattering and stylish. The side ties extend from the…

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Classic Mandy Stripes

These two Mandy‘s that I made back in 2013? They’re still going strong and still worn often. The Mandy is very much the top I like to wear when I don’t want to think about the top I’m going to…

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Our New Demi Pant Pattern

  Meet our newest pattern – the Demi Pant! This pull-on, cropped pant pattern features an elasticised waist and full leg with side stitched down pockets. A clever pleat detail at the front and back hemline is finished with a bias bind…

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Modified Ruby Dress in Pebble Washed Linen

I’d been thinking about this subtle modification for our Ruby Top/Dress pattern for a while. This pattern has such a great classic shape and lends itself to so many possibilities. Plus with the glorious warm summer weather we’ve been having…

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