We get a lot of questions regarding the finished garment measurements for the Liberty Shirt. Here is the chart for easy reference.
On a recent trip to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Melissa Greene showed me two linen vests that she had made using both the Liberty Shirt and the Tosca Dress patterns as starting points. I was so intrigued, that I just knew that I had to make some summer vests incorporating that concept.
The perfect coat for this Northeast rainy weather, the Soho. I love the vibrant red with the black toggles. Great detail!
Color blocking is so in fashion lately. And Marilynn always knows how to pull it off! I think someone found her new “signature” color. That teal blue is dynamite in the Liberty Shirt!
We finally have a new dress pattern! And with all the Tosca Dress garments we keep seeing at the expo, it seems our customers were excited too! I love it in this Grey Wool Knit. So flattering!
I think Karen likes the San Diego Jacket pattern (she was wearing 3 yesterday) Shown here as a vest in the most glorious crinkle fabric. I think we need to go fabric shopping together.
Do you know what I love about sewing? The endless possibilities! You can create multiple garments from just 1 pattern.
The Liberty Shirt is a perfect example. You can make the pattern the way it was intended, using a shirt-weight cotton.
But what fun would that be? Mix it up a little; try using a knit. But don't stop there-use 2 different knits; a solid and a vivid stripe.
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