Newsflash: Spring/Summer Marfy Patterns Announced

The latest collection of Marfy patterns has been released, with lots of floaty pretty dresses perfect for spring.  I have never sewn with a Marfy pattern (I can’t even bring myself to get over the cost and buy one, especially with the lack of instructions and multi-sizing), but I have seen them used with lovely results, so I thought the latest collection was worth a mention.

F3153 – I love the contrast of the black lace top over the sleek white dress.
I might have to try to re-create this look using one of the patterns I already own…

F3127 – The draped shoulder is so elegant on this dress…

F3062 – The shoulder seam details are really interesting on this dress.
I could also see this being great for color blocking.

F3168 – Even though I haven’t totally embraced the whole peplum trend,
I do love how this soft ruffle ends in a peplum.

F3152 – Another dress where I love the draping shoulder detail.

F3165 – The neckline cut outs are interesting, and I love the way seam goes into the skirt hem.

F3157 – I love the skirt pleating and ruffle details.  And the lace top is pretty cute too.

F3029 – This collar detail seems to be showing up in more and more patterns of late.

F3095 – The tie front is an interesting idea, and wouldn’t
be too hard to add to an existing blouse pattern.

F3117 – I am not usually one to go around with a bare midrif,
but I do sort of like this top/pants combo.

F3131 – I like this shirt, but it looks similar to a few other pattens I own.

So, what do you all think?  Have you tried a Marfy?  Is it worth the price?  Do you see any favorites in this pattern collection?  And even if you aren’t a Marfy fan, are we all ready for some serious spring sewing yet?

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4 thoughts on “Newsflash: Spring/Summer Marfy Patterns Announced

  1. Wow, Marfy must have done some kinda deal with BMV. I've been stalking the Marfy website for over a week now, waiting for the new patterns, and they're already up on BMV?
    Trust me – they're worth the extra cost, and they sew up beautifully. I haven't had a bad experience yet!

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