This is meant to offer a bit of advice to someone who is starting out sewing as to which Liesl + Co. patterns would be a good place to begin.
my favorite liesl + co. pattern: sarah from fabric tragic
Sarah from Fabric Tragic is here to tell us why the Liesl + Co. Bento Tee is her favorite Liesl + Co. pattern.
turning the bento tee into a dress
Liesl shows you a couple simple customizations she used to turn the Liesl + Co. Bento Tee pattern into a dress for spring and summer.
how to add ruffled sleeves to a t-shirt
Here is a tutorial on how to add ruffled sleeves to a t-shirt. 2017 seems to have become the year of the sleeve, so now is the time to have fun with sleeves and make a statement.
bento tee round-up
The Liesl + Co. Bento Tee flows seamlessly into any wardrobe. Come and see what your sewing friends have done with the pattern.
sew + tell: bento tee, alabama style
Liesl shares a special Bento Tee she has made using reverse applique. It’s perfect for wearing around her Spanish neighborhood.
machine bartack tutorial
Here’s an easy tutorial that will show you how to add a fun bartack detail to your shirts using your sewing machine.
side vent tutorial
Here’s a quick and easy tutorial that will show you how to add a side vent to any t-shirt pattern.
tulle hem tutorial
Here’s a simple little hemming tutorial to give you a tulle ruffle or a layered look to your sewing. Have fun with it!
sew + tell: rita’s scuba bento tee
Today Rita from Madrid joins us for another version of Sew + Tell. Wait ’till you see what fabric she used for this version of the Liesl + Co. Bento Tee.
how i wear it: liesl’s bento tee
Liesl shows how she has customized and how she styles her Bento Tee.
bento tee stripe solution
Shelley shows us how she modified the Liesl + Co Bento Tee into a long sleeved striped Breton top.
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