archive for January 2010

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a: Craftastrophe A giant knitted rock: Craft Business From the annals of brilliant ideas in reusable packaging design: Subtraction A great opportunity for fabric lovers who live in Portland: Heather Ross Make your … Continue reading

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A shop to benefit the work of Doctors Without Borders in Haiti: Etsy Tutorial for a cat house: Sewtakeahike Shortbread buttons: Forty-Sixth at Grace The number of Crayola crayons doubles every 28 years: Weather Sealed Carved baseball bats: Craftzine The … Continue reading

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During the month of January, we’re giving you the opportunity to ask Oliver + S a question. Any question. Since we opened up our Formspring page for questions, we’ve fielded over 30 excellent inquiries on topics ranging from how to … Continue reading

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small but mighty

Not only an apt description of Cloth and Bobbin, in lovely Narberth, PA, but this phrase potentially describes the School Days raincoat I’m about to make during our workshop tomorrow. This Amy Butler print is not exactly small, with bright … Continue reading

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The best passive aggressive fridge notes of last year: Passive Aggressive Notes The cutest things of last year: Cute Overload Interesting piece on copyright and ethical dressmaking: The Sewing Academy We’re totally doing this at our house: Cakies If we … Continue reading

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