Sewing the collar on the Leschi top is actually quite an easy process, but when looking at the finished product most people would assume it is more difficult than it is. Sometimes line drawings are just not enough, so I have put together a quick photo tutorial to walk you through the process of sewing the collar on the Leschi.
This tutorial picks up on step 11 of the instructions. At this point you should have the collar piece sewn onto the blouse around the neckline with 1/4″ seam allowance.
The tester roundup is everything when it comes to a pattern release, and the Leschi tester roundup is no different. Sure I love sharing pictures of my versions of the pattern, but I would much rather share the ladies that helped make this pattern what it is. Seeing the pattern on a variety of shapes and sizes helps all of you see just how great you are going to look in the pattern, because these ladies look stunning in their new Leschi blouses.
If you missed the big announcement yesterday, my newest pattern Leschi is now available for purchase. The pattern is marked down 20% through Friday so don’t wait to buy the pattern.
When I started dreaming about this pattern a few years ago I knew I wanted a blouse that could be sewn in a variety of fabrics to either elevate my everyday momiform or rock on a date night. Leschi is everything I had hoped it would be and today I want to share the different fabrics I chose to use for my blouses.
Leschi has been on my mind for over 2 years and from the beginning I knew it was going to be a pattern that could shine in a variety of woven fabrics. I am so happy to be releasing this pattern to the world today, it is everything I had hoped it would be and looks stunning on all different shapes and sizes.