your projects, our patterns: november and december

Happy New Year, friends! We’ve got high hopes for 2022, as I’m sure all of you do. And we can’t think of a better way to start the year off right than to showcase some of the beautiful things you’ve been sewing.

Clockwise from top left:

These cozy Parachute Sweatpants by @floating_light are sure to get a lot of wear.

This stunning tartan taffeta Building Block Dress by @cham.west is super-Christmasy.

Can you spot the pocket in this Sketchbook Shirt and Shorts set by @sewingforkiddos?

The Red Riding Hood is a classic, and this version by @busyhandsidlemind is exquisite.

The plaid @mindlina chose is perfect for this holiday Library Dress.

Clockwise from top left:

@bronzewingmakes made a breezy Fira Top perfect for the hot weather in Australia.

This Fitzroy Blouse by @carolineejdriggs is so elegant.

We love this adorable Verdun Woven T-Shirt by @sewing_pains.

@kiyokoharris finished a Classic Shirt she started in 2019. We think it was worth the wait!

I’ve been waiting to see a velvet holiday Easton Cowl-Neck Tee since the pattern was released, and @sewginny delivered it.

@kmc.laowai will be ready to meet the spring with this gorgeous Geneva V-Neck Blouse.





    Is there an adult size cape like the red riding hood? I have a lovely piece of fabric that would be beautiful as a light evening coverup – a cape or a ruffled shawl.

    1. You could try our Liesl + Co. Woodland Stroll cape: .


    Thanks. I. will keep looking. This flowery, sheer fabric needs ruffles or loose, flowing style.

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