announcing the soho shorts sew along and linky partyMay 17, 2017 / byRachel Le Grand / Categories : Feeds
One of the bonuses you get with Liesl’s sewing patterns is that you get sew-alongs with step-by-step photos and extra tips and tricks. And we’re happy to announce that we have another sew-along planned. This time it’s the new Liesl + Co. SoHo Shorts. It will take place May 29-June 2, and we have a special guest contributor who will be leading you through the sewing. It’s coming just in time for summer!
A stylish pattern to make pleated shorts that sit 1″ below the natural waist. The style includes a contour waistband, invisible zipper at the side seam, front pockets, and front and back pleats.
SoHo Shorts Sew-Along Schedule
Day 1: Make the Shorts Pleats
Day 2: Sew the Pockets
Day 3: Assemble the Shorts
Day 4: Attach the Zipper
Day 5: Finish the Shorts
How to Participate
If you have a blog, grab the sew-along badge to add to your posts or to your sidebar, to let people know you’re participating.
Tag your in process photos of your SoHo Shorts with #lieslandco on Instagram so we can all see. When you have completed your SoHo Shorts, post it somewhere and then add a link to it using the button below.
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