Today it is all about Liesl + Co. tops. Did you know that several of the Liesl + Co. patterns offer cup sizes? We make it really easy for you to get the perfect fit for your body.
These patterns feature separate pieces for A/B, C, and D cup sizes to help you make a great fitting shirt.
1) Rush Hour Dress + Blouse (including expanded sizes available in PDF): all blog posts
Lined, fitted dress and peplum blouse. The princess seams on this style allow you to customize the fit easily. View A, the sleeveless dress, includes a pencil skirt with back walking vent while View B, the peplum top, features your choice of short or long sleeves and an asymmetrical peplum. Both styles have an invisible back zipper. The pattern includes cup sizes, a Dior dart, and instructions for customizing the pattern to fit your shape.
2) Breezy Blouse: all blog posts
This easy-to-sew and easy-to-wear pull-on, loose-fitting, sleeveless blouse features a keyhole back opening, side panels to provide a contrast fabric option, darts for shaping, and separate pattern pieces for A/B, C, and D cups to enhance fit. The pattern eliminates side seams for a fun and unusual take on a slightly boxy top, and it has a gentle shaped hem and bias facings at the neck and arms.
3) Classic Shirt: all blog posts, sew along
A wardrobe staple, this shirt is both versatile and polished. The pattern features separate pieces for A/B, C, and D cup sizes and includes many professional details to help you sew beautiful looking (and fitting!) shirts.
4) Recital Shirt: all blog posts
This princess-seamed blouse includes lots of elegant details and options. In addition to the separate pattern pieces for A/B, C, and D cup sizes, it includes a tower sleeve placket, sleeve cuffs, and a semi-fitted back with darts. View A features a band collar with ruffle trim and a continuous (cut-on) placket. View B includes a pleated tuxedo-style front with separate (set-in) front placket and tuxedo collar.
5) Afternoon Tea Blouse: all blog posts, sew along
Perfect for an afternoon out with friends or a day at the office, this semifitted blouse features a fun chest detail that makes it extra special. Sew the blouse with contrasting fabrics for a color-blocked detail or choose lace or a sheer fabric for the inset stripe. This contemporary take on a vintage blouse eliminates the shoulder seam so the sleeves are easy and fun to sew. The inset panel forms a pretty chevron over the bracelet-length flounce sleeves, and the back features an easy keyhole opening with a button-and-loop closure. This pattern includes separate pieces for A/B, C, and D cups for ease of fitting.
6) Chai Tee: all blog posts, sew along
This simple and stylish pull-on top is much more than a basic tee. It has an easy fit and is as comfortable to wear as your favorite T-shirt, but it brings a touch of elegance to every day with its shoulder yokes and pleats and its feminine shaping. Leave the sleeves uncuffed (View A) or stitch the cuffs in place to secure them (View B). The pattern comes with separate pieces for A/B, C, and D cup sizes to help you make a great fitting shirt.
The classic shirt pattern is out of stock. Do you know how long it will be before it will be shipped? Thank you!
It should be available again toward the end of September. Meanwhile, the digital version remains available if you don’t want to wait for the paper to be back in stock.
Thanks so much for your reply. I believe I’ll wait for the paper version. I’m so excited about this pattern!
For the recital blouse where did the fabric on the pattern front come from