The new sisterMAGpatterns Dresses
Our sisterMAGpatterns shop is live – you will find the 6 dresses from the sisterMAG issue No. 58 in the shop. The most beautiful dress patterns of the last years and a few new dresses that we immediately loved! And if you sign up for the sisterMAG newsletter, we even have a little goodie for you :) Here in this issue, you will find an overview about the topic »dresses«. Have fun!
The new sisterMAGpatterns Dresses
We enjoy this year’s summer and autumn in our own city and use the saved time to make some new favourite clothes made of wonderful fabrics.
Our sisterMAG Patterns Online Shop is finally live and we are looking forward to the most beautiful dress patterns of the past few years and a few new dresses that are immediately among our favourites.
For our Summer Dress shooting Viktoria visited us in Berlin. She has been part of our community management team for various sisterMAG Studio partners for quite some time. Thank you for finally meeting in person, the wonderful day and your commitment!
From now on you can find six new dress patterns in the shop. Some patterns may seem familiar to you, because we reworked the original one and sewn it again. They come from previous sisterMAG issues (you can find links to the older issues on all pages).
- 08-1 Polo Dress with long button facing
- 19-3 Easy-wash Dress with stand-up collar
- 11-3 Backless Sailor Collar Dress
- 58-1 Dress with big puffy sleeves
- 58-2 Voile Dress with raw edges
- 32-1 Backless Watermelon Dress
We hope you will find what you are looking for in our new shop »sisterMAG Patterns«. It is a lot of fun for us to slowly revise the huge number of patterns from 58 issues with our team of designer Evi, graders, copywriters, translators and graphic designers. It will take a while until all patterns can be found in the shop. However, you can always write us if you are particularly fond of one pattern. Due to popular demand, you can for example already find the boxy linen blouse from issue 52 in the shop. Speaking of blouses: the next issue is all about it and we are already busy digitizing the blouse patterns. Contact and follow us on Instagram and Facebook . And most importantly – have fun sewing!
08-1 Polo Dress with long button facing
Find this dress in issue July 2013.
This mini dress is cut very straight and loose. Perfect for hot days.
The polo collar can be buttoned on as shown here so that it does not change colour when washed.
Dress and blouse fabrics with a little more firmness made of cotton or linen are suitable. Also, soft flowing woven fabrics made of tencel, silk, viscose or rayon work very well.
19-3 Easy-wash Dress with stand-up Collar
Find this dress in issue of June 2015.
Our go-to dress for summer. Whether it‘s a business meeting or a lazy day at home: the loosely cut shift dress made of cotton with a stand-up collar is sooo comfortable.
The dress is ideally made from a firm cotton or quilting fabric. A belt at the waist emphasizes the cut. It can be left off when casually worn at home.
11-3 Backless Sailor Collar Dress
Find this dress in issue of February 2014.
For all talented advanced seamstresses: the sailor dress is super elegant and becomes a real individual piece with the embroidered monogram.
58-1 Dress with big puffy sleeves
A completely new pattern in the sisterMAG repertoire and already a favourite: the dress with puffy sleeves is ideally made from a fabric with elastane so that it is also suitable for summer temperatures. Are you going to sew it up?
58-2 Voile Dress with raw edges
Our goodie for you: the dress made of light voile fabric is for free! Because it is a new summer favourite and even better – very easy to sew. Made from cotton or silk voile, it impresses with its lightness. The fabric seams are only jagged, which gives the dress a handmade character.
32-1 Long Backless Ball Gown
Find this dress in our issue of December 2017.
Eager sisterMAG readers already know our cover dress from the winter issue 32. However, the pattern also works with the summer print from spoonflower.de! The long backless dress is held together with ribbons at the back.