It’s time for another installment of your projects! Grab a cup of something hot and read on for inspiration from our customers, gathered during January and February.
First up, a number of projects made from Liesl + Co. patterns. There is something for everyone in this round-up. What will you sew next?
Top row, from left to right:
- We love this chic Gallery Tunic made by Anna Price Lazarus from the Facebook group.
- @emsquattish sewed up a Terrace Dress using crepe fabric that she designed herself.
- The fabric for this Everyday Skirt by @molly_moo_and_jessica came all the way from Kazakhstan.
- @projectleeway sewed a wool/cashmere Lisette for Butterick B6244.
Bottom row, from left to right:
- @sbsewshares made a fabulous tweed Chaval Coat.
- @maiawpz sewed this Classic Shirt entirely by hand!
- @lotuspeachblog sewed a cozy color-blocked Neighborhood Hoodie.
- Meredith made her son and her husband matching Liberty shirts using our Oliver + S Buttoned-Up Button-Down Shirt and the Liesl + Co. All Day Shirt.
Our Oliver + S family has been busy as well.
Top row, left to right:
- I love the combination of the sunny orange and the summery stripes in this Reversible Bucket Hat by @mm_lam.
- @mangosteenha sewed an angel costume using the Building Block Dress Book.
- Look at the beautiful color of this School Photo Dress sewn by @grapefruit.handmade.
Middle row, left to right:
- @mariajsanroman was a Lullaby Layette-sewing machine. She made a number of sets, including this adorable bodysuit upcycled from an old shirt.
- The ruby red lining on this Messenger Bag by @nicolekeller_74 is the perfect complement to the fox print fabric.
- @moonlightseamstress sewed this set using our Playtime Leggings and a hacked School Bus T-Shirt.
Botton row, left to right:
- How fun is @francessuzanne’s zebra appliqué tank from the Pinwheel Tunic + Dress pattern?
- Check out the classic trench coat Valentina Kachanovskaya (from Facebook) sewed using the Secret Agent Trench Coat pattern.
- @apinchofsewing made this peplum tee out of sweater knit sloth fabric by hacking our Lunch Box Tee pattern.
I don’t know about you, but these roundups make me want to sew all the patterns right away. What sewing plans do you have for the next few months?