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Liberty Shirt Class Favorite

Liberty Shirt Class Favorite

The Liberty Shirt pattern is among our favorites here at the studio. And apparently we're not the only ones!

A weekly sewing class from G Street Fabrics in Rockville, Maryland loves the Liberty Shirt pattern. 

"I am sending pictures of 12 different versions of the Liberty shirt made by my sewing class that meets weekly at G Street Fabrics in Rockville, Maryland. We all love the pattern. Two more members of the class are planning to make it as well. It has truly become our class jacket. We would love to see these posted on your Gallery." 

Gallery picture? Of course! Blog entry, definitely! What a display of beautiful fabric choices, fit and variety. When you can make a pattern over and over again, in different fabrics, you have a true classic. For more style options, check out our gallery. 

Get the Liberty Shirt for only $16.00 for a limited time. This weekend only - through Monday, November 9, 2015, midnight CST.


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Guest - Anonymous on Tuesday, 05 January 2016 15:13

I REALLY like seeing a variety of pieces sewn by a variety of sewists using the same pattern. That generates far more sewing possibilities in my mind. I hope to see more such presentations.

This new blog format is really nice allowing exchange of many more ideas. Congratulations! I've always enjoyed your patterns and fabrics, but this format is such a new treat.

I REALLY like seeing a variety of pieces sewn by a variety of sewists using the same pattern. That generates far more sewing possibilities in my mind. I hope to see more such presentations. This new blog format is really nice allowing exchange of many more ideas. Congratulations! I've always enjoyed your patterns and fabrics, but this format is such a new treat.
Briana Vilayoune on Wednesday, 06 January 2016 15:49

Thanks for the great feedback!

Thanks for the great feedback!
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