Their designs are classic but they have some unique accents that make them different especially in the collars or near the collars.
I love these patterns:
*Sydney coat. Photo belongs to C'est Dimanche
Not only Oliver + S and Japanese Sewing fans that have special blogs, C'est Dimanche is the same! See here: http://cestdimanchefans.canalblog.com/
At this moment, I am waiting for Sydney pattern from someone that sells it at La Fibre Creative. Seven euros plus fdp. Not bad. I have been considering to have one coat pattern for my girl and I think Sydney is so cute. Classic, but cute.
For me, Coupe Couzu's design is also classic. But simpler than C'est Dimanche. Caperon Pas Rouge is interesting. But I have one similar cape from Oliver+S's book that I haven't tried.
* Petit Caperon Pas Rouge - the back part. Photo belongs to Coupe Couzu
The design is, again, classic but sweet. I love to see the website of Citronille. It looks original. The pattern that I like very much is Albertine. I don't know why. I just like it since a long time ago. But I never have it :( I have one Citronille pattern, Hortense, in the category of Nuit. I bought it last year. And yes, I have never tried it yet. I was a little bit scared with the instructions... in french >_<
* Hortense. Picture belongs to Citronille
Fans of Citronille, see this blog: http://fancitronille.canalblog.com/
Her Little World
The first time I saw this pattern packaging in an expo, I was impressed. Lovely and sweet, full of imagination and fantasy. Perhaps that was because I saw their patterns for dresses :D But one that I love is the Médieval dress pattern. Simple and down to earth.
* Médieval dress. Photo belongs to Her Little World
Ok, that's all... I think other brands are not too interesting for me. Those four are my fantastic four for children french sewing patterns :)
See other french sewing patterns in here: Couture Stuff