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LE In The Studio #10 - The Band - Jacket
Sizes: Misses 4-26 The curved front bands set the direction for this jacket design. The front is divided into two sections with overlay and pocket...
LE In the Studio #7 - Folds and Edges - Jackets
Sizes: Misses 4-26 Folds and Edges has three distinct looks. View A has an origami type collar that can be folded and worn in a variety of ways. ...
LE Lines & Angles by Lois Ericson
An outer layer of individuality; asymmetrical is definitely the word to describe this intriguing pattern. The loose-fitting vest can be constructed...
LE# Cathay by Lois Ericson
China was originally called Cathay so the name is appropriate for this Chinese inspired pattern. The vest opens in the center or has shaped...
LE#320 Over and Under - Vest and Jacket
Sizes: Misses 4-26 A loose-fitting unlined sleeveless vest has a matching or contrasting jacket. Bias binding finishes the seams and edges for...
LE#327 Kimono Encore by Lois Ericson
The simple kimono shape, a perfect background for any intricate design or decorative detail, has fascinated artists and designers for centuries. The...
LE#336 Layers & Layers
The design of the jacket and the vest are inspired by the Design and Sew Logo. The jacket is unlined, the entire front is faced with a contrasting...
LE#341 My Favorite Pants
Imagine a pants pattern with potential - 4 styles, 8 pocket choices. My Favorite Pants will definitely be an asset to any wardrobe, and it could...
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