Jalie has stood out from the lot since the very beginning in 1983. We listen to our customers and have always created sewing pattern that are difficult to find elsewhere, that are wearable for people of all shapes and sizes and that uses fabrics you find in ready-to-wear.
We create patterns that  will outlast any other pattern in your stash!

Multi-Size Tights

Many sizes included

Your children will need great-fitting t-shirts from kindergarten all the way to college.

With up to 29 sizes in the same envelope, you can dress the whole family with the same pattern for years to come. 

We got your covered if you gain or lose a few pounds

With Jalie, you will never have to buy a size up or down. Also, our multi-size patterns make it easy to grade in and out if your bust/waist/hips are not the same size.

 

High-quality paper

All our patterns are printed on heavy white paper that it easy to manipulate, that you do NOT need to iron, that you can refold/reopen for as long as you will need your pattern. Most recent designs are printed in color too!

Jalie Paper Pattern Pinned Onto Fabric

Jalie PDF Pattern

Start sewing today

You need a leotard to tomorrow's competition? You need a new top to go out tonight?

Most Jalie patterns are now available in digital format that you can download and print from home on letter or A4 paper. PDF patterns require is some assembly, but you won't have to pay for shipping and won't have to wait for delivery. Also, because there is no limit on printing, there is no need to trace! You can cut your pattern and print again if you ever need it in another size.

When converting the paper patterns to PDF, we always make sure the layout takes as little paper as possible, with minimimal taping because we know you would rather spend your time sewing :) 

Mommy's Here!

Jalie is all about family and we always treat our customers and retailers are part of it. You need help ordering, finding the perfect pattern, choosing the proper fabric, cutting, sewing, fitting? We are only an email away. Nothing makes us happier than reading about beginners who conquered their fear of sewing knits with Jalie, moms whose daughter tells her coach at the rink "MY MOM MADE MY DRESS!" with a huge smile in her face, or a new grand-mother who tells us she took out her Jalie patterns from the 80's and took her sewing machine out of retirement for her grand children. 

Émilie in the Warehouse