Our festive sisterMAG Patterns Collection
For our social media advent calendar on our sisterMAG and sisterMAG Patterns channels, we came up with something very special this year and transformed our photo studio into a Christmas and atmospheric set. Our team members Theresa and Caro breathed life into old and new patterns by Fashion Director Evi in this setting. If you feel like making a few garments over the holidays, be sure to stop by our sisterMAG Patterns Shop and browse a bit – the selection of patterns keeps growing. Here in sisterMAG issue no. 60 you can take a look at the festive collection.
Our festive Collection
If you follow us on Instagram, you already saw our dark Christmas Wonderland with patterns, decoration ideas and beautiful floral highlights in the past few days.
In celebration of the season, we festively spruced up old and new patterns and enhanced our shop sistermagpatterns.com with many new products. Here you find an overview of all patterns. As models, we also photographed Theresa and Carolin from our team here. Theresa is responsible for many shootings for sisterMAG, knows well about shoes and enriches our project management team. Caro passionately takes care of our sisterMAG magazine and manages our social media channels and the backends of shop and website. A magical day with a small team brought these results that transformed our studio in Berlin-Wedding into an old style castle, including a hydrangea Christmas tree – a creation of the florist Hürriyet Bulan.
An outfit for the cosy and festive Christmas Day and beyond: The pants, so-called breeches, are currently super modern and are buttoned at the sides. They are really comfortable with high waistband and wide hip region. Combined with: a wide viscose blouse with lush flounce pleats.
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What we love about these patterns: They are very versatile. You already know the flame nettle blouse from sisterMAG48 with Sophia’s shooting in the Rußwurm mansion (»Rußwurmsches Herrenhaus«). Here it’s combined with a flared skirt with high waistband and pleats that can also be worn with a casual jumper.
Our first crochet pattern is online as well and Caro shows our slipover here with a long skirt with a high slit. How do you crochet the pattern? You find a short video of designer Eva here.
You are wondering how our set came about? We also put together a small timelapse you can see here.
You know our dress with back cutout in the short version from sisterMAG37. In this shooting, it is long and wonderfully embroidered for an extra festive note. Even the bar at the back got a rhinestone equipping.
A favourite of our team and the designer Evi: The parka dress is a pattern we already introduced in sisterMAG29 – then in dark blue. The coup: You can wear this item with tulle underskirt as a dress, as you can see here, but also as a real parka over jeans and blouse.
Perfectly suitable for beginners: our narrow-cut skirt with long slit. The slit is kept on the side with a brooch and also gets a small sparkling detail in styling. Here we combined the skirt with a very cosy cardigan by Sézane (model: GILET TONIO).
A wonderful addition to our shop: a wrap pleat skirt with straps. Here it’s combined with our white blouse with big collar. True to the 2020 style we designed it especially festive with cotton lace ruffles.
Last but not least, an oldie but goldie: Already in issue 09 (!) we showed you this bodice dress with buttons and shoulder ribbon with blogger Lindsey Tramuta in Paris. After 7 years, we still love this pattern and wear it regularly as business outfit at the office. Great to combine with a blouse or cardigan.