Here at Charm, we love giving you options to create your own fantasy, so we’ve designed many of our patterns with elements that are interchangeable. Do you want to mix the bodice of the Lamour Dress with the Loretta Shorts to create a romper? You can! (We affectionately call this pairing a Lamouretta!) Click here […]
Make some lovely faux smile pockets to pair with your Patsy Blouse!
Make a fabulous vintage-inspired velvet bow tie to pair with your Patsy Blouse!
Fit has always been central to this work –– it’s so important to us that everyone can feel their absolute best in our patterns. Our current size range of sizes 2-20 with separate A-H cup sizes goes through painstaking testing to make sure that it fits every size in the chart beautifully. To serve even more vintage sewing enthusiasts, we have now created a new size range, in sizes 18-34 with cup sizes A-H. This new range will go up to a 64 inch bust, 56 inch waist and 64 inch hip.
There have been many discussions lately about indie pattern sizing, and I wanted to update you on what I have been working on behind the scenes to improve our inclusivity. Much of this I hoped to keep under wraps until I had concrete results and plans to share with you, but it is clear that […]
Hi everyone! I’m currently looking for a group of sewists to pattern test a new Charm Patterns design. Please read below and if you are interested, fill out this form. Here’s what I’m looking for: People whose body measurements are relatively close to a standard size on the Charm Patterns size chart (see below). […]
I’m thrilled to be hosting a little tea party get-together during Viva Las Vegas! Come ready to talk sewing and mingle with like-minded folks at the lovely Tea Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental. Come dressed in your favorite handmade ensemble. Hats and gloves encouraged! Date: Thursday, April 19th, 2018 Time: 2:00-4:00 pm Where: Tea Lounge at […]
THE SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED. Expanding the size range of Charm Patterns has been on my mind since I first launched the Kickstarter campaign for the line. Now that two patterns have been released and I am hard at work on the next pattern (yay!), I want to strategize the best way to make the […]