Today we have a guest post by Alissa, who is sharing two beautiful versions of The Classic Shirt. We love seeing our patterns in different fabrics!
tutorial: classic shirt to tiered dress
We love the tired shirtdress that Mire made from the Classic Shirt pattern. She has provided a tutorial on how she altered the pattern to meet her vision. Check out this easy pattern hack. She liked it so much she sewed two!
me made may with liesl + co.
We’ve rounded up all the wonderful Liesl + Co makes from this year’s Me Made May. Get some inspiration for your sewing plans!
the fitting room: lyndsey’s classic shirt
Lyndsey from the Advisors Circle discusses how to add contouring by adding a vertical dart. Even better, you can use this technique on shirts that are already sewn and even ready-to-wear. If your shirt is too boxy, this is a great way to make it more flattering.
inspiration or imitation?
Shelley’s back on the blog with musings on inspiration, imitation and flattery, as well as a few looks inspired by our own Liesl.
three reasons to split your sleeve into two pieces
Liesl has three possible reasons you might want to divide your sleeve pattern into two pieces, with a video tutorial to show you how!
pattern mash-up tutorial: verdun woven t-shirt and classic shirt
Mel’s clever combination of the Verdun Woven T-Shirt and Classic Shirt patterns makes the perfect summer top. She’s written up instructions so that you can make your own.
the fitting room: mire’s classic and recital shirts
Mire made some patterns adjustments to tweak the fit of the Classic and Recital Shirt patterns. Now she’s got three new shirts that fit her perfectly. The details are in this installment of our series, The Fitting Room.
the fitting room: lauren’s classic shirt
In our latest installment of The Fitting Room, Lauren will be talking about the adjustments she did while fitting the Classic Shirt. If you’re interested in shirt fitting, you won’t want to miss this one!
sew + tell: lucie’s classic shirts
Lucie sewed two stunning, but completely different, versions of the Classic Shirt pattern. She’s here to talk about her experience with the pattern in today’s Sew + Tell.
my favorite liesl + co. patterns: recital shirt and classic shirt
Did you know the Recital Shirt and Classic Shirt patterns have interchangeable pattern pieces by design? Cindy knows, and has made a wardrobe of stunning shirts using these two workhorse patterns.
the fitting room: meg’s classic shirts
Sometimes fitting is an evolution. Meg made four Classic Shirts, tweaking the pattern along the way until she arrived at her perfect fit.
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