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NOUVEAU: Les patrons Thread Theory sont chez Brin de Cousette

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Thread Theory, c’est la nouvelle marque indépendante de patrons canadiens qui se fait remarquer en ce moment. Sa particularité: ce sont des patrons exclusivement pour hommes.

 

 

 

 

 

Enfin! Du boxer au manteau, en passant par le tee-shirt ou pantalon, les 5 premiers patrons de cette marque canadienne vont ravir celles et ceux qui veulent pratiquer la couture au masculin.

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Patrons Thread Theory – de 14,90€ à 20,90€ – Attention, ils sont en anglais!

Quelques photos des modèles réalisés, tirées du site de Thread Theory:

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Les hommes vont enfin avoir leur part de couture!

Venez découvrir ces jolis patrons à la boutique.

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