A book with the theme of "Let's make clothes to wear tomorrow," where adult women can make the clothes they want to wear now. Full of useful items for every season, such as coats and dresses and tunics made of warm materials. This book consist of sewing patterns of adult clothes delivered by the editorial department of the quarterly sewing magazine Cotton Friend. Under the theme of "Let's make tomorrow's clothes today," we have gathered adult clothes that are easy to make. Including items that are easy to make, such as ponchos, solid and kimono coats, as well as pants, tunics, dresses. Also note the proposal to enjoy the arrangement by changing the collar and fabric. The motto is “I want to make and wear them now.”
About the Author
Yuko Katayama & Kyoko Sakauchi & Michiyo Ito YukoKatayama Yuko started sewing at the age of six, and after graduating from Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo, she joined a publishing company. Worked for 15 years as an editor of craft books specializing in sewing. Currently, she resumes freelance editing. Every day she tries to improve herself on new things and also she uses the skills and knowledge that she has cultivated over more than 30 years of sewing in different areas such as customizing and repairing clothes and accessories. Kyoko Sakauchi After graduating from a design college, she worked for an apparel maker as a planning department patterner for seven and a half years. Retired in 1997, then as a freelance patterner and sample maker, she produced wholesale clothes and casual wear. She joined to several workshops and learned how to make shoes from Katsumi Shigeru. She works on sewing pattern designs, production of paper patterns, development and sales of handicraft kits and publications in Europe and Asia and also teaches sewing class.