your projects: march and april

I don’t know about you, but the waning of winter and shift into spring really revs my sew-jo up every year. Browsing the last two months’ worth of projects on social media was very inspirational this time around. We’ve got some gorgeous makes to show off.

Projects made using Liesl + Co. and Oliver + S patterns.

Here are a few of the amazing projects you guys sewed using Liesl + Co. patterns:

Projects made using Liesl + Co. and Oliver + S patterns.

Listed clockwise from top left:

How lovely is this gorgeous green Gallery Tunic by @sew_what73?

We love this leopard-print Easton Cowl-Neck Tee by @jilly.jinx.

@andramakes cleverly used the Yanaka Jacket to make half of a matching skirt suit. It’s a great use for this versatile pattern.

A t-shirt isn’t just a t-shirt when you nail the fit like @casocreativedesign did on this Metro T-Shirt.

The Yanaka Jacket positively glows in the print @sewrayeannsews  chose.

@bohemian_swallow_ found a stunning location to photograph her beautiful Belgravia Knit Dress.

We’re admiring the perfect fit @valmooresews achieved on the All Day Shirt she made her husband.

And now for the Oliver + S side of the house:

Projects made using Liesl + Co. and Oliver + S patterns.

Clockwise from top left:

@jkksmocker sewed a coordinating Ice Cream Dress and Lullaby Layette pants for her grandchildren, and the result is seriously cute.

@naomiksews and her four-year-old daughter made this adorable pair of Sunny Day Shorts together. This pattern is particularly well-suited to teaching kids to sew.

We were floored to learn that @emi_lit_et_coud‘s daughter sewed the beautiful Library Dress she is wearing in this photo!

The print @napportunity chose for her Apple Picking Dress is just perfect.

@sewingforkiddos made a rainbow of adorable Playtime Leggings.

@malinerogne made her little boy’s private eye dreams come true with this Secret Agent Trench Coat.

@ana.sanchorumeu modified the Sunny Day Shorts to have a buttoned, open-front waist and we love the result.



 

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  1. Thank you so much for the mention, Masha! I loved making the Yanaka jacket using a quilted bedspread I got from a thrift store! I am so honored to be in this newsletter! Thank you!

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