Monday, October 3, 2016

Scuba pattern inspiration and new colours







I am so excited by all the Scuba pictures that have been popping up on my Pinterest account lately. I have been updating the Scuba board with loads of inspirational ideas. From big party dresses, to simple sweatshirts or oversized coats. Scuba is really showing itself to be a huge versatile fabric trend that is going nowhere.

Here are our newest Scuba fabrics and some patterns to inspire you. Find our full range of scuba fabrics here.

Grey marl scuba, I love the idea of a simple pencil skirt with a fake tie waist paired with an oversized sweatshirt in this fabric.
classic casual | jeans and grey sweatshirt:
Image from Pinterest


Sportswear is looks great made in a scuba with lots of body. Cosy and very modern ticks all the sports luxe boxes.

Country Road Woman - March 2015. Shop new arrivals at http://www.countryroad.com.au:
Image from Pinterest

Sewaholics Seymour jacket made in our 2 tone bonded scuba in claret would be an ideal cover up for now and an extra warm layer in the winter.

Already planning your Christmas party dress? Why not go for a scuba one for added oomphh! Navy is a little more grown up than black and looks great in this midi length style.
Image 3 of ASOS WEDDING Scuba Off The Shoulder Midi Prom Dress:
 Image from Pinterest

Recreate this look with the Bardot dress from Simple Sew or the Cashmerette Upton dress (which goes up to a size 28 and has 3 adjustable cupsizes) in our plain Navy scuba.


Brighten up your outdoor wear with a scuba coat in a bright colour and a peplum hem, bang bang, double trend alert!
orange scuba coat.
Image from Pinterest

The Abbey coat from Jamie Christina has the perfect hem and our Red scuba ticks the brights box.

Happy sewing xxx

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