Mood Presents: The Gauze Collection - Free Sewing Patterns

Posted on January 24, 2020 by Molly Hannelly

Though the term “gauze” may have you thinking of wrapping swollen wrists and padding bandages, gauze fabric was originally made of silk and used exclusively for clothing. Today, gauze can be made from a variety of fibers and is ideal for light and airy ensembles, warm-weather attire, and ephemeral silhouettes. Fashion wide-leg trousers for heading to a spring barbecue, or a wrap-dress for warm days at work. Utilize a stiffener for a more structured silhouette, or allow this airy textile to flutter with bell sleeves and circle skirts

A huge shout out and thank you to The Rosé Mansion for providing the gorgeous background for this photo shoot. Follow them on Instagram!

The Mallow Dress

Shavonne sports The Mallow Dress using a misty gray gauze. 

Foggy and flirty, this slouchy dress is the quintessential spring silhouette. A faux wrap-dress that’s both comfy and cute, made of gauze it’ll breath like a dream and fit in with your fashion. Add a sparkling belt for a more cinched waist, or use cord rope for a subtle sailor style. Adorn the hemline with a simple ikat trim for a pop of print, or utilize feather fringe for some fun fashion!

The Ursi Ensemble

Stephanie sports The Ursi Ensemble in a light blue gauze.

Trendy and terrific, The Ursi Ensemble is the ideal spring travel ensemble! Whether you’re backpacking through Europe and need something for drinking coffee in Paris, or heading into the city on a variety of trains and subways, this light and leisurely look will keep you cool and collection. Insert a lining for a pop of print at the lapels, or create a detachable sleeve using looped elastic and small cover buttons. Pair with chunky wedges for brunch by the beach, or a bejeweled necklace made of appliques for a show-stopping statement piece.

The Lavender Tee

Emily sports The Lavender Tee in a lovely ivory gauze.

Basic and beautiful, The Lavender Tee was made for layering. Pair with The Willow Cardigan and some high-waisted shorts for heading to museums on a spring afternoon, or tuck this tee into The Cress Skirt for a voluminous look. Adorn the bottom hem with chainmail trim for a stunning style, or utilize cord to create contrast seams. 

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Do you with you could say “that’s a wrap” on gauze, but love these garments? Utilize a stretchy knit for a Mallow Dress that will move with you, or fashion the Ursi Ensemble using a jacquard for an upscale style. The Lavender Tee is so simple, go crazy and fashion it from faux leather or sequins for something simple in creation but complex in style. Going gaga for gauze but not into these garments? Create The Lantana Maxi Shirt using a simple gauze for layered days, or fashion The Clover Crop Top for a stunning spring silhouette.

Don’t forget to tag your garments on Instagram using #MadeWithMood, and check the Mood Sewciety Blog for future collections, free patterns, sewing tips and tricks, trend updates, and so much more! 

What will you be creating using The Gauze Collection? 

A huge shout out and thank you to The Rosé Mansion for providing the gorgeous background for this photo shoot. Follow them on Instagram!

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