liesl + co. patterns round-up

This fall four new Liesl + Co. digital patterns for women were released. Are you curious to know what sewists have been making with them? Along with the older patterns, too? We wanted to share a few of the beautiful projects that have been popping up in the Liesl + Co. Patterns Flickr group. Off we go!

To start the round-up we have Allison who sewed this Bistro Dress. She shares more about her sewing experience with making this dress in her blog post here.

 

Liesl + Co. Bistro Dress

 

Alicia has made a few Everyday Skirts including this one in a lovely Nani Iro double gauze.

 

Liesl + Co. Everyday Skirt

Rae sewed herself a red chambray Late Lunch Tunic.

 

Liesl + Co. Late Lunch Tunic

 

Next up, we have Nicole who shortened the Cinema Dress to just above knee length.

 

Modified Liesl + Co. Cinema Dress

 

This modified Metro T-shirt was created by Amanda who talks about how she changed it in her blog post.

 

Modified Liesl + Co. Women's Metro T-shirt

 

This stylish Woodland Stroll Cape was sewn up by Laura. When you visit her blog post you’ll learn more about the fabrics she chose and discover that she made her daughter the girl version, the Forest Path Cape.

 

Liesl + Co. Woodland Stroll Cape

 

Jeanne made this Cappuccino Tunic in Amy Butler voile.

 

Liesl + Co. Cappuccino Tunic

 

These Anna Maria Horner linen Girl Friday Cullotes were made by Fiona who shortened them.

 

Liesl + Co. Girl Friday Culottes

 

Jen writes more details here about her Bento Tee.

 

Liesl + Co. Bento Tee

 

Lastly, a linen Weekend Getaway Dress by Ute.

 

Liesl + Co. Weekend Getaway Dress

 

Please do show everyone what you’ve made by posting photos of your completed Liesl + Co. projects in the Flickr group.

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7 Comments

  1. Love each and every one of these!!

  2. dianelyons

    What a great round up of beautiful women, beautiful garments and beautiful fabrics!

  3. Megan

    I’d love to see a tutorial on adding a lining to the Everyday Skirt pattern. Just an idea for your list 😉

  4. Kate

    LOVE ALL of these, Liesel, makes me want to run out and grab exact same fabric and see what interpretations I can make of them!! So excited to be sewing them for myself, my girl and my nieces!! YAY!!

  5. All lovely sewing and great images.

  6. Ute

    Thank you so much for featuring my dress! I am honored to be among such great sewing talent! Your patterns are a joy to sew!

  7. Terrific round-up!!

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