Five quick and easy summer patterns

Sew Over It - Summer Patterns

If you're like us, you love having a new me-made to show off in the sunshine but you probably don't want to spend too long making something as you might miss out on enjoying the hot weather and, if you live in the UK, it all might be gone the next day!

We've put together a list of five quick and easy patterns that you can quickly sew up before heading out to bask in the sunlight.

Sew Over It - Full Circle Skirt

Full Circle Skirt
A great pattern for beginners, this skirt is a classic. Easy to sew yet always impressive, you can make her in anything from cotton to viscose.
Sizes UK 6-30.

Sew Over It - Silk Cami

Silk Cami
This is perfect pattern to show off a beautiful fabric. Use viscose, cotton lawn or silk of course!
Pair the Silk Cami with a pair of shorts or something pretty like the Full Circle and wear her tucked in or out for different looks.
Sizes UK 6-20.

Sew Over It - Esma Dress

Esma Dress
Designed for knit fabrics, Esma is super comfy to wear and nice and quick to make.
It features a sweet round neckline, short sleeves, skirt gathers and roomy pockets to keep your sunglasses in.
Sizes UK 6-30.

Sew Over It - Alba Skirt & Lucy T-Shirt

Alba Skirt
Alba is one of the 5 patterns included in our Summer Dreaming eBook.
A simple wrap skirt that will take you very little time to sew, she comes with the option to add an extra frill to the hem.
Sizes UK 6-30.

Sew Over It - Ultimate Shift Dress

Ultimate Shift Dress
With no zips or buttons and minimal seams, the Ultimate Shift Dress comes together quickly and includes many variations.
The sleeveless version just screams summer and can be made as a dress or a top. Sizes UK 6-30.

These are all great patterns to keep handy so when the weather gets hot you can pair them with a pretty fabric from your stash and be ready to hit the park in a new me-made!

We hope you're feeling inspired and can't wait to see what you create. Make sure to tag us on Instagram and use #sewoverit in the caption so we spot your projects.

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