Thanks to Elisabeth we have a great tutorial for you today. She got clever by hacking the School Bus T-shirt with the placket from the Parachute Polo in order to create a henley t-shirt.
Liesl is back this Friday with her regular Weekend Links post.
liesl + co. chai tee sew-along
Are you ready to sew your Liesl + Co. Chai Tee? We’re glad you’re here to join us! We’ve broken down the sewing and spread it across three fun days.
fabric shopping in minneapolis
We’re continuing our fabric shopping series, visiting cities form all over the world. Today we’re bringing you a fabric shopping guide for Minneapolis.
flat s visits ghent and bruges, belgium
We’ve heard from Flat S again as she continues her travels around the globe. She has just wrapped up a nice visit with Nele and family in Belgium. Here’s a recap on what she did during her stay.
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.
my favorite liesl + co. pattern: isabel from la vie en diy
Isabel from La vie en DIY is here to discuss her favorite Liesl + Co. pattern, the Everyday Skirt.
Liesl is here with her regular Friday Weekend Links post. This week she also recaps her visit to London for The Great British Sewing Bee Live show and talks a bit about body consciousness.
announcing the liesl + co. chai tee sew-along
Join our sew-along to make your own Liesl + Co. Chai Tee over three days starting October 9. The top is flattering for all body types thanks to the separate cup sizes.
first day of school dress tradition
Gail shares her first day of school dress tradition with us. Come see her five fantastic Oliver + S Jump Rope dresses!
tops made by our testers
When we develop new patterns, we have them tested by many sewists. This season we did even more extensive testing than usual, and many of our testers have agreed to share the photos of the tops they made with you.
inspiration: patchwork and quilting in fall fashion
This season patchwork is making a return to fashion. Here’s some inspiration for how you can use this trend in your sewing.
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