Brand new men’s PDF pattern now in SEWSEW DEF MAG…

Yo Whats up!

For those that don’t know we just launched our 5th issue of SEWSEW DEF Magazine and its full of dope projects as well as our two fire patterns that come with the issue. Since Fall is approaching I decided to do a slim fit cargo pant “The Levine” that will give you a stylish and sporty look all at the same time. Designed with seams midway down the leg and inserted panels this will definitely become your favorite cargo!

Take a look below and please give us feedback on what you like or don’t like so much about the pattern. Also make your way to magazine to get more information on purchasing the new issue.

For the ladies we have “The Mimi” a batwing dress with neckband and snaps.

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    September 12, 2017 at 5:20 pm

    Hi Norris, I’m a keen dressmaker in the UK, and follower of men’s fashion, Savile Row tailoring, Pitti Uomo and men’s street style. I love the style of your new patterns, your own styling. Kudos for championing men’s sewing. In case you’ve not already thought of it, I’d love to see ‘The Smarties’ of Soweto (South Africa), mentioned in Sew Sew Def. They are a group of men who sew and style their own stuff, they have a sewing clubhouse in Soweto. Check out The Sartorialist’s blog for them.

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    September 13, 2017 at 3:27 am

    Also, what a great pants pattern. I have just bought September magazine and looking forward to making ‘Levine’ up. It is such a relief to finally see men’s patterns that modern men would actually want to wear. My son has been asking me to make something similar so I got it like a shot. I’m much look forward to any patterns you design.

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      Norris Danta Ford
      September 20, 2017 at 8:41 am

      Thank you for supporting the projects we have been working on.

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    TShirt iDEAL
    November 9, 2017 at 2:58 am

    Cool DIY! That is some incredible beautiful work. You are so talented. I have never tried to make pant for myself but would love to give it a try. Thanks for the pattern.

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