This is the first of a three part series which is meant to offer a bit of advice to someone who is starting out sewing as to what Oliver + S patterns would be a good place to begin.
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Did you know that you can create your own border print fabric using an ink-jet printer? Ren from The Inspired Wren sewed an Oliver + S Lazy Days Skirt using ink-jet printed fabric.
Now that warmer weather is arriving, it’s time to start thinking about spring sewing. Here are some free sewing patterns you can use to get a jump on the season.
I love chambray. I wear it, I dress my kid and my husband in it, and I never seem to get tired of it. Did you know that chambray, like denim, was originally used only for workwear and wasn’t generally … Continue reading
Starting on Monday, October 12, Melissa of One Crafty Mumma is hosting a five-day Lazy Days Skirt sew-along. She already has over 20 people signed up! See her blog for details and to join. photo by Melissa And while you’re … Continue reading
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Here’s a little trick that will prevent an elastic waistband from turning and getting twisted. Leave a little extra space in the width of the casing, and edgestitch the top edge of the waistband before you feed the elastic through. … Continue reading
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