Here are some pages from my latest book purchase: Everyday Style by Lotta Jansdotter. I saw it in the bookshop near my work and couldn't resist the beautiful Scandinavian styling. Over the years I've bought most of Lotta's books and I love her friendly tone and style.
I think this is my favourite yet though - it's truly beautiful and inspiring to look at but also practical and I know I will make most of the patterns. There are patterns for some basic clothing (pants, dress, top, jacket, skirt) interspersed with other projects (bags, jewellery, etc.) But what I like best is that the clothes are made up in different fabrics and then shown on different women in the author's life: some younger, some older. The clothes are modelled by these real people, along with a little story about them.
I do recommend the book if you like sewing clothing, or are interested in getting started. I've been collecting fabrics (you can see them in the first photo above) to use with these patterns and can't wait to get started.
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