Looking for beautiful fabrics to make Oliver + S and Liesl + Co. clothing out of? How about the Denim Studio by AGF.
pantone fall 2017 colors
Here is a lot of colorful eye candy for you today. Be inspired by the Pantone fall 2017 colors for your sewing.
liesl + co. classic shirt as a dress, all the details
Liesl shows you how you can turn the Liesl + Co. Classic Shirt pattern into a classic shirt dress. It’s easier than you think, and it greatly expands the number of things you can do with this pattern.
free popover placket and tutorial
Ever wanted to sew the Liesl + Co. Classic Shirt as a pop-over instead of button-front style? Now you can with this free popover placket pattern piece and tutorial.
liesl + co. classic shirt as a dress
This week Liesl is going to show you how to turn the Liesl + Co. Classic Shirt Pattern into a dress. Today she talks you through lengthening the pattern.
share your classic shirt with the sew along group
Did you join us for the Classic Shirt sew along last week? Or have you made a Classic Shirt lately? If so, add a link to let everyone see your handiwork.
liesl + co. classic shirt sew along
Join us as we sew through the Liesl + Co. Classic Shirt. There’s no need to be intimidated! We’ve spread it across five fun days.
announcing the classic shirt sew-along and linky party
Please join Rachel for the Liesl + Co. Classic Shirt Sew-along which starts May 8th!
three contrast details for your classic shirt
It’s the little things that count when you’re sewing a basic, wardrobe-staple pattern. Here are three fun details you can add to your Liesl + Co. Classic Shirt to make it extra special.
a shirt gusset tutorial
Liesl shows you how to create and sew a shirt gusset. Download the free shirt gusset pattern piece and use this tutorial to strengthen and add a pop of color or a print to the side of your shirt.
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.
how to finish a shirt with faux flat-felled seams
Here’s a quick tutorial that will show you how to finish your shirts beautifully by using faux flat-felled seams.
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