We print your PDF sewing patterns onto our special sewing pattern paper and deliver them to you economically.

Our paper is lightweight, strong and translucent, making it easier to align with the features of your fabric.  The paper is up to 42 inches wide and can be cut to any length.

Colour or black and white patterns are printed at the same price: £2.50 per A0 page in an A0 pattern, or £0.35 per A4 page (when we join up the A4 pages  into the final design and print it for you). 

Standard UK postage is £2.20 and Europe is £5.

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Vintage Sewing Pattern Company specialises in woman’s and men’s sewing patterns from all decades to help you create your perfect vintage style with a unique modern twist.

SIZE:Me has a range of stylish, easy-to-wear designs, with helpful YouTube video tutorials.

Why Choose Us?

We specialise in pattern printing and aim to offer a very personal service.  Text, email or ring us directly.

We use ultralight, 22 grams per square metre pattern paper.  It's tougher than old style tissue paper and has a high degree of transparency. We use two standard widths, 916 mm/36" and 1067mm/42" wide.

Your patterns may be rearranged to fit our wider paper to reduce waste and cost to you.  We print from the roll, so length is virtually unlimited, not fixed to arbitrary sheet sizes.

Patterns are folded to fit C5 (162 x 229mm) envelopes making them both lighter and less bulky.  Better for delivery and better for storage.

Personally and in our business lives, we aim to live and work as sustainably as we possibly can.  We will minimise waste and maintain our printers well.  

About Us

Sandra, Mike and Dave Colman

PatternToPaper's Directors

We are a family business, with two generations of us working together in the beautiful Wye valley in Herefordshire, UK.

Dave spent more than 35 years solving computer problems in IT support before becoming a founder of PatternsToPaper.

Sandra is the fabric fan - from blinds, curtains and soft furnishings to tiny pieces made from the leftover..  She's now developing her dressmaking skills and always looking for advice. 

Mike?  He does all the hard work!