Welcome to Pattern Revolution! We're a collective of women focused on encouraging and educating the modern sewist. Our team is made up of moms, shop owners, hobbyists, and masters of the trade. Our skill levels and project interests may vary, but our love of electronic PDF patterns are the same. Read more about the future of sewing patterns, or dive right in and let our posts inspire you:


Tutorials & Inspiration
TuTu Cute!!! Ballet with Jalie

All right - I will confess, I didn't plan on participating in dance week.  I set it up and gathered patterns for our amazing team and watched them share inspiration and start to sew.  I felt a bit wistful, but I didn't really have the need.  And then it happened.....I bit the bullet and signed Mack and Bex up for Ballet 1 - EEEEEEEKKKKKKK.  Suddenly I needed dance wear, and fast!  Luckily for me, one of our team members needed to pull out of her slot and I snatched it up - I need the motivation of post deadlines to get things done in a timely matter - anyone else????  So here is my version of the Jalie Princess Seam Leotard with Tutu skirt.

Pattern Reviews
Free Taylor Skirt by My Childhood Treasures

Review of the Free Taylor Skirt from My Childhood Treasures by Sarah. 

Sewcial Sewing Feed

Sewcial Sewing Feed
Call Ajaire- Not Just a Sunsuit Tour

Ren, Rebekah and Lisa from Pattern Revolution share their versions of the Paneled Sunsuit by Call Ajaire in the Not Just a Sunsuit Tour.

Featured Designer
AD Challenge: Cote d'Azur Sun Hat from ShannonMac Designs

Hi everyone! I've been away from pattern making for several months, but I'm back with a brand new pattern. I've been spreading my wings, so to speak, and I've stepped outside my normal quilted box to release my very first wearable design!

It's almost summer here on our side of the globe, and I'm a pale, pasty chick. I avoid the sun like a vampire. It doesn't take long for me to turn lobster red, and I've had more than my fair share of sunburns in my life, especially on my face, shoulders, and the back of my neck. To avoid raising my risk of skin cancer even more, I decided I needed a big hat. And why not? They're very fashionable these days, and much easier to put on than sunblock (which I'll still wear!) Most of the wide-brimmed hats I see are some kind of woven style, but I wanted a fabric one, so it's washable and keeps out ALL the sun's rays. And this is it! Introducing the Cote d'Azur Sun Hat from ShannonMac Designs!