Behind the Seams

Get ready for spring and summer!
Flowy hems, feminine bows, cute ruffles, elegant volants, dynamic cut outs – those and much more were the inspiration for the spring and summer patterns 2019. Each pattern is designed to have a variety of design details which can be mixed and matched to make it either as playful and detailed or as simple and versatile as possible.



Whether your style is playful and cute, sophisticated and elegant, dynamic and edgy or clean and timeless – you’ll find that most patterns offer at least one variation that fits your style.
Versatility in my opinion is hugely important, so all patterns will have multiple variations. Those of course can be mixed and matched – and beyond the variations in the pattern, I’ll be sharing further customizing ideas and step by step tutorials on the blog to help you make the most out of each pattern! (The truth is, I have just too many ideas to put them all into the official pattern, but they’re all great ideas, so get ready for lots and lots of bonus variations…)


All my patterns are designed to make you look and feel good, for example with the design lines, which always compliment a variety of body shapes and enhance the best parts of them, or the compatibility with a range of different fabrics. They are made to be practical, e.g. wearable with a usual bra and made to be trendy and modern but still timeless enough to be still modern in 5 years.


I’m currently working on a collection of spring and summer designs, from feminine dresses over an easy top to elegant knitwear. I’m planning to release a new pattern every 1-2 months, so there’s always new designs in the works – and always patterns to be tested. If you’re interested in helping me improving the quality of my patterns, you might want to become a pattern tester, just apply here.

Thank you very much for your interest in my work and my vision for this little company! As for my part, I can’t wait to introduce you to all those fun designs!


2 comments to “Behind the Seams”

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  1. Caroline Sewall says:

    I cannot find what sizes you make for patterns
    Could u steer me to place to find size chart
    Caroline sewall

    • GPAjnat3 says:

      Hi Caroline,
      The size chart for each pattern is among the picture gallery on each pattern page in the shop section.
      Hope that helps!

      x Tanja

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