Maternity Sewing is proud to carry patterns from a variety of different independent sewing pattern designers. Read all about our awesome designers below.
1 Puddle Lane
Hi, my name is Ann Martin and I’m the owner/designer of the 1 Puddle Lane Pattern Studio. I’ve worked in the fashion industry for the past 30 years doing various jobs as Pattern Maker/Fabric cutter to Production Manager for a small t-shirt company. While my children were growing up I ran a small business from home making Custom Made outfits and also designed a Resort wear range. It all proved to be a very exciting and satisfying career…… I don’t think I’ll ever tire of it! My mission is to produce great quality PDF patterns packed with loads of information so you can become a better informed and more experienced seamstress! You can find me at 1 Puddle Lane.
5 Out of 4 Patterns
Amy Nicole Studio
Blue Dot Patterns
Boho Banjo Art to Wear
Pearl Red Moon is an Australian mixed media artist who long ago trained as a clothing industry patternmaker. Her interest has always been in the arty, alternative fashion style known as “lagenlook”. Her main influencers are contemporary Japanese designers combined with a bohemian aesthetic. These are clothing styles you’ll continue to enjoy wearing long after the baby has come because they’re comfortable, practical and out of mainstream fashion. Pearl writes very comprehensive and detailed making instructions for her designs so that a confident beginner sewist should have success with any of her patterns. You can find her at Pearl Red Moon.
By Marion Pestre
I am a young fashion designer from France. Employed in a publishing house and also a mom, I use my free time to create original sewing patterns that are easy to sew. Always in a creative mood, I like to learn from others, but also to share my ideas and my savoir-faire. I am always overflowing with ideas and have an irrepressible need to assert myself through creation. So naturally I started to develop my own sewing patterns for women, pregnant women, babies and children. You will find the English version of all my sewing patterns for pregnant women in this sewing community! You can find me at By Marion Pestre.
Candy Castle Patterns
Candy Castle Patterns is a European pattern company, stationed in the Netherlands. We create easy to use, step-by-step PDF sewing patterns with very thorough instructions and spot-on pictures. We pride ourselves in creating patterns that any seamstress, regardless of skill, can use. You can find us at Candy Castle patterns.
Chalk & Notch
Coffee + Thread
My name is Jo, and I’m the designer behind Daydream Patterns. I live close to the beach in sunny Adelaide, Australia with my husband and 2 teenage daughters. I’ve been designing and sewing since childhood, it’s always been my thing! After school, I studied Fashion Technology and commenced a career in the fashion industry. I’ve worked as a fashion designer and pattern maker for swimwear, lingerie and bridal companies in Australia and the UK. I started my pdf pattern company in Hong Kong where our family lived for 6 years. My pattern designs are uniquely soft and feminine. They include professionally detailed instructions and illustrations that make them an easy and enjoyable sew.
The dp studio company is a creative studio that also operates as a fashion publishing house. Founded by Dominique Pellen upon the publication of his first three books illustrating his new flat-pattern drafting method for womenswear, the company continues through its publications to promote this innovative, precise and user-friendly way of learning, perfecting and reaching high professional patternmaking standards. Our goal is to conserve, transmit, share and make accessible know-how that will allow others to design and make top-of-the-range contemporary clothing.
Hey June Handmade
Jennifer Lauren Handmade
Hello! I’m Jen and I design fun modern sewing patterns that give a nod to classic vintage attire, with beautiful detail and clean drafting for a gorgeous fit. Built on form-flattering basics and using classic lines, each of my sewing patterns is easily adaptable for women of all shapes, sizes and skill levels. Find me at Jennifer Lauren Handmade.
Laela Jeyne Patterns
At Laela Jeyne Patterns, we’re all about making you feel beautiful in your clothes. Laela Jeyne Patterns was founded in 2014, shortly after my second little girl was born. Store bought clothes really didn’t fit me well and shopping wasn’t fun anymore. I wanted my clothes to make me feel happy, comfortable, and confident! My goal for each of my patterns is to pass those same feelings onto you. About Marisa: I’m a wife and mama to two beautiful little girls. I’m a closet nerd, true crime fan, and foodie. I love Jesus, I love to sing, and I love sewing. My idea of a perfect night is sitting in my PJ’s, watching the newest DVD release with my man, and eating some Red Velvet Halo Top.
Made by Rae
Muse Patterns are designed by Kat Hardisty in Wellington, New Zealand. A lover of vintage styles, particularly those from the 1930's, 1940's and 1950's. Kat designs modern sewing patterns with vintage touches that are easily wearable and customizable by everyone. Each pattern covers a range of sizes, usually from a 28" high bust up to a 48" high bust."
Named is a Finnish clothing pattern label founded by sisters Saara and Laura Huhta. Saara has a background in clothing design, and Laura in shoe and handbag design. The story of Named started in the fall of 2013, from the duo’s dream of turning a passion into a career. Now Named designs two clothing pattern collections a year, with approximately ten styles in each collection. You can find our patterns at Named Clothing.
My sewing journey started in 2010, when I decided to challenge myself not to buy clothes for a year. I've been blogging my handmade wardrobe since then, and have been designing patterns since 2014. I love to design clothes with comfort as a premise, and then add a bit of edginess to the mix. You can find them at Paprika Patterns. I'm also a mother, crafter, builder, and one of the founders of MaternitySewing.
Ready To Sew
Ready to sew is a french clothing pattern label founded by Raphaëlle. It started from the dream of turning a passion into a career. Ready to sew garments are a combination of simplicity and comfort without forgetting details and originality. We support ethical and ecological consuming in contrast to a clothing industry focused on fast fashion. You can find us at Ready to Sew.
Audrey began sewing when she no longer fit into store-bough clothes at the age of 16 and on the way to her eventual height of 6’ tall. She has sewn her way through 8 full term pregnancies, and was so thankful at least her clothes fit when everything else was uncomfortable! She blogs all about her sewing adventures at Skirt Fixation and sells patterns at Savvy Patterns.
Stitch Upon A Time
I have a love for sewing that runs deep and feel so fulfilled by helping others with this passion. The only thing I love more than Stitch Upon a Time is my family. I have two kids, Jason and Ginnevieve, who you have probably seen as my little models, and my husband Travis is a huge reason that I get so much done. I couldn’t ask for better support. I have a huge, sappy heart; I like to use my talents to make the world a little nicer by paying it forward whenever I can. I’m so thankful that I’ve been given this opportunity. Find me at Stitch upon a Time.
Straight Stitch Designs
Tilly & The Buttons
True Bias is an independent sewing pattern company based in Denver, Colorado. It focuses on modern, wearable garments for women, but also carries a few patterns for children and men. Find her at True Bias.