The best websites to buy {Sewing Patterns} from

Where to buy sewing Patterns from ?

1 Simplicity

Simplicity Pattern Store

This New York based Pattern making company has been making beautiful patterns since 1927. They have contemporary designs for men , women, and children as well as various patterns for costumes.  They also have craft and accessories  patterns in their site.Disney patterns are also included in their portfolio which is such a great thing for those wanting to make those Disney princess gowns for their kids.

2 Burda Patterns

Burda Pattern store

This brand is a part of Simplicity Pattern company but they are available on their own store as well.

3 KwikSew Patterns

Kwiksew Pattern store

A Maccall subsidiary, the KwikSew patterns have patterns for all sizes, even very large sizes. Their collection of menswear especially their casual wear collection for men is very much in demand.They have a great collection of patterns for children, men, lingerie, swimwear, active wear, and fleece

4 Butterick Patterns

Butterick Pattern store

Butterick is a line of patterns with very casual everyday clothes which are easy to sew. They have patterns by many designers in their collection. I love the look of their Maternity patterns and retro style dresses.

5 Vogue Patterns

Vogue Pattern store

Butterick and Vogue are subsidiaries of the same company. Vogue Patterns are dressier and stylish than Butterick patterns. Major Fashion designers are behind most of the Vogue patterns. They have a great collection of Jackets and evening wear which are very stylish and glamorous.

6. Jalie Patterns

Jalie Pattern store

A family pattern company owned by a mother daughter duo, this pattern store has great swimwear and other sportswear patterns under their belt. They give a choice of printable as well as downloadable patterns.

7 Sewaholic Patterns

Sewaholic Pattern store

8. Victory Patterns

Victory Pattern store

This is a Canadian pattern company founded by Kristiann Boos and includes many stylish garments which are easy to sew.

9 Other designers and pattern makers and their sites
10  Online stores carrying Patterns

America

Craftsy Pattern Store

Australia

Indie Pattern store

Canada
Fabric Spark

France
Un Chat Sur Un Fil

Netherlands
Naaipatronen

New Zealand
Sew Indie NZ

Portugal
Maçãs d’Amor

Spain
Telaria

Switzerland
Tissu & Co

United Kingdom
Dragonfly Fabrics

 

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Comments 6

  1. Hello. I would like to mention that there are many independent pattern sellers online that sell patterns that are currently being published, as well as older ones that are now out of print yet still stylish. I sell sewing patterns as MoonwishesSewingandCrafts.com via the eCRATER.com venue and also on Amazon as well. And there are many more like me!

    I started selling patterns when I noticed back over 15 years ago many letters to the editors of both Vogue Pattern magazine (now defunct) and Threads magazine (alive and well) all complained of not being able to find the pattern for a project that they featured in an earlier issue. I decided I would try to help supply those needs. Between my two stores, I have well over 10,000 sewing patterns listed with a backlog that I can’t ever seem to get control of! 🙂 Helping to support small sellers such as we help us to make it financially if we are otherwise on a very limited income.

    I would love to help anyone to get the patterns that they are looking for!

  2. Oh awesome! Thank you! I found that www. sirenapatterns.com pattern-shop has the best selection of swim fabric if you’re looking to buy online.

  3. I , just yesterday, was watching a video on You Tube – learning to sew. Then I opened my email and got this in a Pinterest embroidery interest referral. I just happened to look thru the embroidery pin and was drawn to your http://www.thread address (no pun intended). I am so happy that I did this. Thank you SO MUCH for all this sewing and additional fun embellishments, and things to acknowledge in the sewing realm. You have also input so much research. The old arts shall never die, as the world around us advances with new technologies, when people share the knowledge. Again, thank you.

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      Hi Tina
      Nicely said -“old art shall never die”. Thanks for the kind words. It is indeed an encouragement for me.

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