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Athleisure Collection Pattern Round Up

You know how exciting it is when Amelia Lane Designs releases a new pattern.... so it's through the roof exciting right now because there's FOUR NEW PATTERNS! All at once!


If you're already too excited and just need them right now you can go straight to them here!



If you decided to read on, thank you! I'm going to talk about the collection and then I want to tell you about each pattern!


We're calling the collection the "Athleisure" collection. Meaning the patterns are suited for athletics or leisure purposes (spoiler alert, they're also a perfect canvas if you love to hack!). The entire collection is offered in ALD's size inclusive chart that includes sizes 00 -34.


All four patterns come with the features standard on all ALD patterns:


Detailed tutorial with photos

Full set of pattern pieces for all parts (including bands and bindings!)

Pattern support in our Facebook group

Multiple print formats - Letter, A4 and A0, (with copy/paste-able print charts by option)

Projector pattern files with layers, an inverted colors version and pattern pieces available both mirrored or on the fold.

Full measurement chart

Full color layers to make printing your size(s) easy (or print in grayscale to save ink)

Fabric requirement chart to make calculating yardage a breeze

No trim pages for easy assembly

Clickable table of contents

Pattern piece layout guide

Supply List




The Blade Tank is designed to be made with your favorite knit fabrics - Light-Midweight athletic/performance, Double or Single Brushed Polyester (DBP/SBP), French Terry, Heavyweight Rayon Spandex or Jersey - anything with at least 20% stretch and good recovery.

The Blade Tank features a keyhole accent and a built in sway back adjustment.

This tank has a stylish silhouette to put a bit of swing in the hips!


Let's check out some tester images! (Use the arrows to scroll through!)





The Core Tee is designed to be made with your favorite knit fabrics - Double or Single Brushed Polyester (DBP/SBP), French Terry, Heavyweight Rayon Spandex or Jersey - anything with at least 20% stretch and good recovery.

The Core Tee features Viennese seams and has the following options:

  • Two sleeve length options - short or long

  • Optional kangaroo pocket

Let's check out some tester images! (Use the arrows to scroll through!)





The Cadence Tights are designed to be made with your favorite knit fabrics - Mid to Heavyweight Athletic/Performance, Double or Single Brushed Polyester (DBP/SBP), Cotton/Lycra - anything with at least 20% stretch and good recovery.

The Cadence Tights offer the following options:

  • Three height options - Petite (5'0), Standard (5'6) and Tall (5'10)

  • Two Views in multiple lengths

    • View A - Seamless outer leg in 6 lengths

      • Full

      • 7/8

      • 3/4

      • Capri

      • Shorts

      • Shorties

    • View B - Paneled outer leg in 5 lengths with optional side pocket

      • Full

      • 7/8

      • 3/4

      • Capri

      • Shorts


Let's check out some tester images! (Use the arrows to scroll through!)




The Relay Shorts are designed to be made with your favorite knit fabrics - Athletic/Performance knits, Double or Single Brushed Polyester (DBP/SBP), French Terry, Stretch Woven - anything with at least 20% stretch and good recovery. The multiple binding options make finishing the legs a breeze!

The Relay Shorts have the following options:

  • 3 length options - short, mid, or long

  • 2 waistband heights - tall and narrow

  • Optional waistband or side pocket


Let's check out some tester images! (Use the arrows to scroll through!)





 

Ready for more?!

Those were just the options in the base patterns! Keep checking back here on the blog to see all the amazing ways the team has hacked these patterns and check out their tutorials on how they did it! They'll all be posted in this category. Here's a sneak at some of the upcoming hacks!




 

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