2016 in review: new lisette patterns

Today we are beginning our “2016 blog year in review” series by taking a look at all of the eight Lisette for Butterick patterns that were released last year. With such a sizable amount, do you remember them all? We’ll be going through all of them to refresh your memory and highlight several of them with a little round-up.

2016 Lisette for Butterick patterns

We started out with two new releases in the spring.

Spring 2016 Lisette for Butterick patterns

For the B6331 pattern Diane sewed up a pretty pair of pink pants.

Lisette for Butterick B6331 pants

And here is another pair of pants, this time made by Mire.

Lisette for Butterick B6331 pants

Mire also sewed herself a beautiful blue B6321 dress.

Lisette for Butterick B6321 dress

Then there were two swimsuit patterns for the summer.

Summer 2016 Lisette for Butterick patterns

Liesl hosted a sew-along for the B6358 swimsuit, so be sure to check that out. Here is the two piece swimsuit that @eveline_ka sewed.

Lisette for Butterick B6358 swimsuit

Johanna made herself a fantastic B6360 swimsuit.

Lisette for Butterick B6360 swimsuit

For the fall there were two new releases.

Fall 2016 Lisette for Butterick patterns

We’ve already featured two B6385 coats through our Sew + Tell series, they were made by Camelia and Shams.

And finally for the winter there were two new releases.

Winter 2016 Lisette for Butterick patterns

We’ve already featured Camelia’s beautiful blue B6423 coat in our Sew + Tell series.

Lisette for Butterick B6423

As you are wardrobe planning for this year maybe one or more of these patterns will fill in a gap. Which Lisette patterns will you sew this year? Be sure to share photos of your completed makes on Instagram and tag them with #sewlisette and #butterick.

If you’re a big fan of Lisette patterns, you might be interested in seeing our 2015 in review: new lisette patterns post.

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  1. Oh that wrap dress is definitely on my to sew list! Also the swimmers, and while I hadn’t really looked at the pants before, those sewn up examples have really sold me on it. Now, more time, less distractions please.

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