Did you know that several of the Liesl + Co. patterns offer cup sizes to help you on your way to getting a perfect fit? Here’s a round up of them for you.
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sew + tell: men’s metro t-shirt cycling jerseys
Emily from the Advisors Circle joins us to share a few Liesl + Co. Men’s Metro T-shirts that she made for her husband. She used the pattern to make him cycling jerseys for his daily bike commute.
double scoop of gelato: regular and extended sizing
Claire from the Advisors Circle joins us to share her two Liesl + Co. Gelato Dresses. She made the same dress in regular and extended sizes.
camelia’s denim rush hour dress
Camelia from the Advisors Circle joins us to share her Liesl + Co. Rush Hour Dress that she sewed in denim with topstitching.
border print gelato dress
As part of our Advisors Circle, Lisa is here to share her Liesl + Co. Gelato Dress that she made for herself using border print fabric.
an expanded size range for our liesl + co. patterns
We’re happy to announce that we have created an expanded size range for our Liesl + Co. patterns for women. The new size ranges runs from 16 to 30.
winter and summer rush hour blouses
As part of our Advisors Circle, Erica is here to share her winter and summer Liesl + Co. Rush Hour Blouses that she made for herself.
adding waist ties to the breezy blouse
Claire from the Advisors Circle joins us to show you how you can add waist ties to the sides of the Liesl + Co. Breezy Blouse to give a cinched waist effect to the pattern.
lori’s rush hour blouse
Lori is here to tell us all about her Rush Hour Blouse that she sewed for herself.
rush hour dress for every day
Camelia is here to share her cotton sateen version of the Rush Hour Dress, perfect for every day wear.
lori’s gelato blouse
Lori is here to share the Gelato Blouse that she sewed for herself.
sew + tell: elisabeth’s rush hour dress
For this edition of Sew + Tell, we have Elisabeth sharing and talking about the Liesl + Co. Rush Hour Dress that she sewed for herself.
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