Halla Coat from Named Patterns: Breaking the Pattern Book

A few months ago MinervaCrafts and Quadrille offered me an opportunity to review a sewing book that would be released in November. I eagerly signed up along with 4 other bloggers to make something from the book, write a review and of course take pictures.

Book Cover of Breaking the Pattern by Named Clothing

As soon as I received the book I was immediately taken by at least 6 patterns so selecting what to make for the MinervaCrafts blog was challenging! In the end, I used the logic of sewing for the weather I am in right now. Plus the coat pattern is called Halla kinda loosely alliterates with Hila. Hila’s Halla sounded fun. My fate was sealed :-).

If you’d like to read my 800 word review of the book then please click on the link here: Hila’s Halla Coat which will take you to the post. You can check out the other makes from the book posted by the bloggers over there.

Halla Coat – Breaking the Pattern

I love (lurve) the colours of the boiled wool! I have my eye on the mustards and the emerald green….

Have you also got Breaking the Pattern; A Modern Way to Sew? 

Thanks so much for stopping by! Until next time Happy Sewing!

Peace and love,

Hila

NB: Quadrille Publishing provided the book. Minervacrafts provided the materials. I did all the hard work of tracing, sewing, taking pictures and writing up a post. So yeah – all  opinions are 100% my own. I was under zero obligation to proceed with the review if I didn’t want to.

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7 thoughts on “Halla Coat from Named Patterns: Breaking the Pattern Book

  1. Absolutely gorgeous, Hila! The sewing is impeccable and you wear those colors well…off to read your post over at Minerva…

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