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Asmita’s Antwerp Pullover
Asmita sewed our Antwerp Pullover and made some clever design decisions related to the thickness of the fabric. She’s hear to talk about how it worked out!
the zen of sewing
Do you sew to stay calm? Or is it stressful for you? A few thoughts on why and where I find calm in sewing, in addition to other places.
finding your style
Liesl is back after her big move, talking about finding your own personal style through Allison Bornstein’s Three Word theory.
cosmetic case comes in “clutch”
Kari uses the In A Clutch Cosmetic Case as a solution to a jumbled mess of knitting supplies.
i’ve got it all with this wallet
A classic Liesl + Co pattern offers a quick afternoon project for Kari.
weekend links: a reflection on personal style
A little reflection on personal style vs. the homogenization of our personal aesthetic via social media and the algorithm.
asmita conquers darts
Asmita conquers her fear of sewing darts with the Kyoto dress pattern.
antwerp and amarena by mire
Mire shares a surprise fabric choice for the Antwerp pullover as well as how she plans to wear the Amarena dress year-round.
holiday (beach) sewing
Shelley’s back to share the Liesl + Co garments her family wore on holiday in Fiji.
how to add texture and depth to your wardrobe
Liesl is talking about how you can add a lot of depth and texture to your wardrobe by styling the items you own and wear with layers.
the versatility of the amarena dress and blouse
Sue inspires us with the variety of Amarena-inspired garments she’s customized!
our annual before black friday sale
For the rest of the week you’ll save 40% on our patterns and the Building Bloc Dress book when you use this special coupon code.
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