your projects: november and december

Our hashtags have been filled with coats and pretty dresses lately, as well as other beautiful, bespoke garments made by you! Here’s a round-up of a few of them.

A round-up of garments sewn using the Oliver + S, Liesl + Co. and Lisette pattern lines.

First up, we have projects sewn using the Liesl + Co. and Lisette pattern lines. Whether your style veers more towards classic or edgy, these makes prove that the new Liesl + Co. Chaval Coat and the Lisette B6244 coat have you covered.

Garments sewn using the Liesl + Co. and Lisette pattern lines.

Clockwise from top left:

  1. @nicolekeller_74 sewed these gorgeous Lisette B6296 pajamas.
  2. How cool does @megans_singer look in her Lisette B6244 coat?
  3. I love this festive plaid Classic Shirt with popover modification and a band collar by @thankuimadeit.
  4. @melukyla made this stunning All Day Shirt using her mom’s old Marimekko tablecloth.
  5. @schillinaz sewed herself a comfy Chai Tee out of gray linen.
  6. @nuala_mcg looks so put together in her new Chaval Coat!

There were more great garments than I could fit in one photo collage, so here is another!

From left to right:

  1. We have another great-looking Lisette B6244 coat from @article_expert
  2. @belle_citadel chose a stand-out pink fabric for her Chaval Coat.
  3. This striped Classic Shirt by @beckssews reminds me of orange sherbet.

And that’s just the adult patterns. You guys have been busy sewing up Oliver + S patterns too!

Clockwise from top left:

  1. Sarah Scott made a little girl’s dream come true with this School Days Coat sewn in laminated unicorn fabric.
  2. Nancy Werner used the Building Block Dress Book to create this sweet little piece made with fabric that came all the way from Tanzania.
  3. Don’t you just love the print @sewpoco chose for this Ice Cream Dress?
  4. The awesome fabric really makes these School Bus T-Shirts by @melukyla.
  5. @coles_worth made a trio of adorable Hopscotch Dresses.
  6. @emilybruzzini made this happy Music Box Jumper for an adorable recipient.

Garments made from Oliver + S sewing patterns.

From left to right and top to bottom:

  1. You know these Star Wars Sleepover Pajamas that @mrsemilyglover made were well-received.
  2. Nicole Baugh posted this sassy dress made from our Sailboat Top, Skirt and Pants pattern on Facebook.
  3. @making_a_nest sewed up this cozy shirt using sweatshirt fabric and the Lullaby Layette Set pattern.
  4. @jennfm24 made this classic plaid dress using the Playdate Dress pattern.
  5. I love the crane print @rachelf_78 chose for her Jump Rope Dress.
  6. @cham.west sewed a Building Block Dress and a matching dolly dress.

Garments made from Oliver + S patterns.

Clockwise from top left:

  1. Two festive Building Block Dresses by Sarah Elkins on Facebook.
  2. @lucyjulsto used the Building Block Dress Book to draft a bodice for this sweet peppermint dress.
  3. Plaid Jump Rope Dresses are perfect for Christmas. By Elizabeth Vancura via FB.
  4. The top for these adorable baby PJs by @studiopolkapinka is none other than our own School Bus T-Shirt.
  5. We love this bold buffalo check Hide-and-Seek Dress by Shirine Rowley on Facebook.
  6. These dinosaur Sleepover PJs by @laurelmals were surely a hit.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this round-up, and maybe even come away with some inspiration. What will you be sewing in the new year?



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