Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Mother's Day Blog Tour, Sewing With Liesl + Co

Happy Mother's Day Early! I am happy to be apart of CBAT Mother's Day Blog Tour. Today I thought I would share you ladies a few of my favorite tops I have sewn myself. I have made these a while ago but never have taken time to blog about them or share them. 

First up is Liesl + Co Gallery Tunic made in Art Gallery Voile. This is the perfect top for summer and early spring for me. I burn so easy so this fabric is light weight enough for it to be worn as a long sleeve even in the hot summer sun. 

I do wear this top a lot as well. I love the pattern and the ease of the construction as well as the fit. I made a straight size 18. It loose fitting so I could size down but I love the breezy feel of this one so I do adore the fit as is. I am hoping to pair it with a capris this summer. 

Next up is the most worn shirt to date. It is nothing fancy but is sewn in my all time favorite Art Gallery knit fabric of mine. It reminds me of Florida and makes me smile.   I used the Liesl + CO Cappuccino Tunic in all knit. I all this tunic pattern as much as the first pattern I talked about. I have yet to make it in a woven but hope to soon. It is divine in all knit.  The fit is straight from the pattern, no mods needs. This is the second top I have made in all knit with this one. I must make a all knit dress for fall and one denim dress for fall as well. Defiantly a staple in my wardrobe! 

Be sure to visit all the blogs this week (their links won't be live until the date listed, but I encourage you to visit!): 
 5/3/16: Sharon from Sweet Pea & Pumpkins 
 5/4/16: Essence from Adventures with Bubba and Bug
5/5/16: Melissa from Rebel and Malice 
 5/6/16: Heather from All Things Katy 
 Happy Sewing and I hope you enjoy your Mother's Day!



  1. Happy Mother's Day! Beautiful tops❤️

  2. You look really pretty dear and the dress really suits you well. I wish everyone a happy mother's day and in hope that everyone wil cherish their mother's who bore them 9 months in their womb and who do so much for us through out our lives.


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