Liesl color-blocked our Metro Tee with stretch mesh for a sheer effect.
Liesl reminisces about her trip to Ukraine last fall and shares her weekend links.
saint germain, city stroll and terrace mash-up
Liesl combined the Saint Germain Wrap Dress, the City Stroll Wrap Skirt, and the belt from the Terrace Dress into one dress.
masha’s extra-sharp pencil skirt, at last
Masha’s been meaning to pair this pattern and fabric for a few years. She finally did it, and here’s the result.
5 ways to modify a skirt pattern
It’s spring and I’ve got skirts on the brain. Here are five tutorials for modifying a skirt pattern.
sharon’s verdun with v-notched back neckline
Sharon made a pretty warm-weather top with a surprise in back using the Verdun Woven T-Shirt pattern
Liesl’s riff on the classic button-up shirt continues. Is it an obsession? (Probably.)
introducing the new balance collection from named patterns
Introducing Balance, the first new collection from Named Patterns in five years. Balance is a capsule wardrobe of five new patterns that are perfect for spring sewing.
your projects: january and february
We’re rounding up the things you made in January and February in this post. Prepare to be inspired!
asmita’s patchwork breezy blouse
Asmita used scrap fabric to create a stunning patchwork Breezy Blouse. She also took the time to achieve her perfect fit. Details in this post!
look of the day
Our latest look of the day is a simple day robe in a beautiful fabric. You can make your own using our Wynwood Robe pattern.
monochrome for spring
Here’s your spring sewing inspiration, monochrome edition. Make these elegant looks using Liesl + Co. patterns.
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