It’s that time again! I can barely keep up with all your amazing, inspiring, and beautiful versions of my patterns these days, and before I know it, I’ve got an overflowing heap to share with you! I know how helpful many of you find these – it’s all well and good that I make nice versions of my patterns, but so much more helpful when you see how good they look on other bodies, too!
Be sure to click through to read the details and see more photos on each of these entries, too. With a long weekend coming up both here in the UK and in the US, there’s no excuse not to whip up something sporty!
Winnie’s Steeplechase Leggings with exterior rolled seams & zebra Surf to Summit
Karen’s 5(!) Steeplechase Capris for herself and her daughters
Maria’s three pairs of Steeplechase Capris, with great reflective accents
Sally’s wintry Surf to Summit for the ski slopes!
Maria’s “Hunger Games” inspired Duathlon leggings
mixtilli’s red Lacey Thong lingerie set
Allison’s two new VNA & Duathlon workout sets
Katherine’s Steeplechase leggings with yoga waistband
Sandesh’s XYT Workout Top in a Laurie King print
Winnie’s badger-print Surf to Summit Top!
Sophie-Lee’s cheetah-print Steeplechase capris & coordinating XYT Workout Top
Read more… (plus bonus New Zealand fabric suppliers!)
Winnie’s London marathon badger armband pocket
Louise’s London marathon Duathlon Shorts, with plenty of pocket room for both inhaler and gels!
Karen went and made THREE more VNA Tops, for herself and her daughters!
Claire ran a race in Central Park in her gorgeous, swirled Steeplechase capris
Wingamajig made her Duathlon Capris both subtle AND psychadelic!
Karen’s running armband pocket
Read more… (with step-by-step photos)
And, as always, you can buy any of my digital sewing patterns from shop.fehrtrade.com (except my Lacey Thong pattern which pre-dates the Shop), where you’ll get both fully road-tested multisize patterns in both “print at home” and “print at a copy shop” pdfs, fully illustrated instructions, plus the knowledge that the highest percentage of your money is going directly to the designer! (And yes, I take Paypal, too)