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Have you sewn Sew Liberated?By AlexisW on 5/23/14 1:14 PM

A delightful mix of rustic and modern style, Sew Liberated patterns are designed by artist Meg McElwee. Ranging from women’s and children’s garments to playful accessories, these boho-chic pieces will add a touch of fun to any wardrobe.

The flattering fit of the Brynna Dress has a simple no-fuss style, perfect for those on the go this summer. The contemporary sailor collar detail gives this dress a fresh and trendy look. Go from day to evening by styling the Brynna Dress with complimenting jewelry and heels for a night out with friends.

More than just your average t-shirt, the easy-to-sew Mariposa Tee features eye-catching elements that stand out from the crowd. Use two contrasting fabrics for the neck and body to create a unique pop of color. The Mariposa Tee also includes thorough instructions and assembly diagrams for beginners new to working with knits.

Frustrated with poorly-fitted pants? The Simple Skinny Jeans are intended to be comfortable, with a knit elastic waistband and the flexibility of stretch denim. As an easy alternative, omit the pockets and use a mid-to-heavy weight knit fabric to make a pair of trendy leggings.

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mjmartingale said... (6/6/14 3:41 PM) Reply
I have her Growing Up Sew Liberated book and I love it! I'm currently working on her hideaway play tent. I also have a couple of the popular patterns, including the Emmeline apron and the Schoolhouse Tunic, but have yet to try them. Her clothing has a very distinctive aesthetic, which I appreciate.
katlew03 said... (5/31/14 6:39 PM) Reply
I saw a couple of tops that were cute. However, nowhere did I see any kind of size chart with measurements. XS to XL in women's could mean up to a 40 bust or a 50. Until I see more information, I think I'll have to pass.
katlew03 said... (5/31/14 6:38 PM) Reply
I saw a couple of tops that were cute. However, nowhere did I see any kind of size chart with measurements. XS to XL in women's could mean up to a 40 bust or a 50. Until I see more information, I think I'll have to pass.
Katrynka said... (5/31/14 10:34 AM) Reply
I have several of the apron patterns that I bought when she had a sale, but I have yet to try them! I did make the mei tai as a gift. I found the pattern easy to follow.
dbsewer said... (5/27/14 3:06 PM) Reply
To me, these look like they're made for 18 year-olds. I did make one of the aprons and it came out beautifully, but the garments are just too young.
dbsewer said... (5/27/14 3:05 PM) Reply
To me, these look like they're made for 18 year-olds. I did make one of the aprons and it came out beautifully, but the garments are just too young.
KOSew said... (5/26/14 9:43 PM) Reply
definitely no to FB

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