people say the nicest things

I’m thrilled to share some recent online reviews of our patterns with you:


Sew Mama Sew is an web-based fabric shop based in Oregon, with a wonderful selection of sewing patterns and fabrics. Rachael reviewed the Tea Party sundress pattern for their blog. And how cute is her daughter?


Molly of Purl Patchwork made an adorable Tea Party sundress for the Purl Bee. I love the mis-matched buttons especially. And what a great idea to use two fabrics for the skirt!

Lyra posted a thoughtful review of the Tea Party playsuit at Sewing Pattern Review. We haven’t really called much attention to the playsuit yet; it’s a great pattern for both boys and girls and is included with the Tea Party sundress pattern.

And finally, Amy of Angry Chicken is about to sew the Puppet Show tunic and shorts for her daughter using Liberty fabric, my favorite. Can’t wait to see how this turns out!


Check out the Oliver + S Flickr group for more photos of the Oliver + S clothes!

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5 Comments

  1. Your creations are so lovely!

  2. I just read about your patterns on amy’s site. they are lovely! Is the difficulty level listed anywhere with the products in your shop? I just want to know what I’m getting myself into before buying a pattern!! I love the sundress and tunic! thanks!

  3. Molly:

    I was wondering about that too, but then I figured it out. Just click the products tab, then choose the pattern you like, then click more details on the left…and you’ll see suggestions for fabric to use, yardage needed, difficulty, etc.

    I was thinking about the unisex one for my sister’s upcoming little one. I cannot sew very well; I haven’t tried in a long time, but I will try and pray I don’t mess up:) P.S. Love how your Snow Birds inspired Kristen Doran’s MollyBirds. Amazing:)

  4. Anonymous

    i am so happy to have ordered 2 patterns at your shop today! can’t wait! thank you!

    joanna
    http://www.candlelight.hk/blog

  5. I just discovered your patterns, they’re just great ! Maybe you’d like these : http://citronille.free.fr/
    Do you ship to France ?

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