The Saturday #PatternPuzzle was the usual flurry of answers and great ideas from all our fans. This weeks' bias cut dress with asymmetric placement of large tucks is fast becoming a favourite and already the pattern has been made for the first toile.
Our fans made quick work of the #PatternPuzzle on Saturday morning. In the end, they realised that most of the design detail was on the back of this garment with the front remaining quite clean.
The going was tough early Saturday morning with very few attempts at guessing the detail in the #PatternPuzzle. Julie Eilber came the closest when she suggested it may be pregnant manatee. Later in the day Em Pea Horgosi came to the rescue and provided all the answers.
Saturday was fun with loads of great answers in our #PatternPuzzle. The final piece of the puzzle was the 'long pointy thing' that had nearly everyone stumped. The grown-on band collar is an extension of the front drape in this bias cut top.
The Double Turnback Drape is not especially new. We have featured it twice in our #PatternPuzzles and although it's not the most challenging pattern to cut, it is so attractive in its simplicity.
This particular design detail is featured across many fashion ranges and is relatively easy for the enthusiast sewer to interpret, using patterns they already have in their stash.