Debbie sewed her daughter three pairs of Montauk Trousers in three different fabrics. All are sure to be wardrobe staples!
sew + tell: lyndsey’s bento tee sweater
Lyndsey made a gorgeous Bento Tee using a sweater knit. This stylish take on the pattern makes a great holiday wardrobe piece.
how sewing taught me to accept my body
Talitha is on the blog today with an inspiring post about how sewing has helped her on the journey to body acceptance.
sew pajamas with liesl + co.
Mire is stopping by from the Advisors Circle to show how she mixed and matched our patterns to sew pajamas. Read on to see what patterns she used.
pattern hacking: how to add a contrast placket
Aimee is visiting from the Advisors Circle today with instructions on how to hack a pattern to add a contrast interior button placket.
mire’s lined gelato dress
Wondering how to add a lining to an unlined dress pattern? Mire shows us how with her lined, elastic-waist Gelato Dress.
meet the new advisors circle
We’ve chosen nine new Advisors Circle members. Please join us in welcoming them!
would you like to join our advisors circle?
Are you interested in getting a behind-the-scenes look at Liesl + Co. and Oliver + S? We’re looking for new Advisors Circle members!
tutorial: how to pattern-match a patch pocket
Lori’s Montauk Trousers feature comfy patch pockets big enough to hold her cell phone. Wait, you can’t see them? Neither can we. She did an amazing job of matching the floral, and she’s here today to teach you how she did it!
camelia’s belgravia dress
Camelia is here from the Advisors Circle to show off her new Belgravia Knit Dress in a gorgeous floral print.
erica’s montauk shorts: a tutorial
The Montauk Trousers pattern makes a fabulous pair of summer shorts, too. Erica is here from the Advisors Circle to show you how to alter the pattern in this simple tutorial.
sew + tell: elisabeth’s belgravia knit dress
Elisabeth is here from the Advisors Circle to show off her version of the new Belgravia Knit Dress pattern, which she modified to a stylish midi length.
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