weekend links

Hello friends!

It’s been a while since my last Weekend Links post, and I’ve missed you! I also have lots of links for you today.

But first, isn’t this a cute outfit from The Sartorialist? You could make something similar with our SoHo Skirt and a lengthened Bento Tee with a tall neckband. I love the grid print of the skirt.

Photo from The Sartorialist

Weekend Reading

Have a wonderful weekend. As always, we’ll be back next week with inspiration and ideas for you. What are you making this weekend?




  1. Teresa

    Will you be back in the states in April 2022?

    1. I don’t have any plans to do so at present, Teresa. Any particular reason why you ask?

  2. Addie

    I always enjoy your curated links Liesl! You found some interesting ones this month. I understood better why I haven’t been interested in the prairie dress trend. I’m uninspired by the Spring Pantone colors, Daffodil and Basil are the only colors I really even like from those selections. I’m looking forward to reading about “In America” this weekend. It’s fascinating to learn about the creative process involved in creating the costumes for films and television. That Vermeer discovery is incredible! Thanks for sharing!! I’m hoping to sew some navy blue elastic-cuff trousers that I’ve had cut out for weeks. I’m definitely into “dopamine dressing” but rather than brights my personal happy palette is mostly wine, olive, mustard, chestnut, navy, rust, cream.

  3. Thanks for sharing such an interesting article about the ‘prairie’ dress style. I believe some of the companies making those dresses have (unwittingly?) attracted customers who actively embrace the racist history – there have been issues on Instagram around this. I’m planning to make an Edwardian blouse (using Folkwear’s Gibson Girl pattern), which I always think of as a suffragette blouse, and will now be thinking very carefully about other possible associations of that style.

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