top 15 of 2015

Thank you for being here with us and reading the blog throughout 2015.

Over the month of January, we’ll be looking back at what appeared on the blog last year and sharing some highlights with you. It’s always fun to take a look back after the calendar turns to see what the biggest hits were from the previous year.

Top 15 Oliver + S tutorials for 2015

Here is a list of last year’s most visited tutorial and inspirational posts based on Oliver + S patterns. These were your favorite posts of 2015.

Top 15 Oliver + S tutorials of 2015

1) Dior Rose Tutorial
2) Lettuce Hem using a Serger
3) Reversible Rayon Roller Skate Dress Tutorial

Top 15 Oliver + S tutorials of 2015

4) Karamatsu Shibori Technique
5) Ruffle Skirt Dress
6) Adding Pompoms and Tassels to Oliver + S Patterns

Top 15 Oliver + S tutorials of 2015

Shelley contributed ten posts to the blog in 2015, three of them are included on this list.
7) Customizing the Fairy Tale Dress Adding Box Pleats
8) Hide-and-Seek/Cinema Dress Front Placket Tutorial

Top 15 Oliver + S tutorials of 2015

9) Sewing for Dolls
10) Sashiko Embroidery
11) Spring Dress Inspiration

Top 15 Oliver + S tutorials of 2015

Brittney contributed eight posts to the blog in 2015, including these three.
12) Fox Playtime Dress
13) Hooded T-shirt Tutorial
14) Faux-layered Long Sleeve T-shirt

Oliver + S Playtime Leggings with iron-on image

15) Customizing the Playtime Leggings Iron-on Images

Many thanks to everyone who contributed to the Oliver + S blog last year! We couldn’t have provided you with so much inspiration and so many ideas without the work of all our wonderful contributors. Please join us in giving them a big “Thank you,” and we hope you have a very creative 2016.

4 Comments

  1. I’m so happy to have my Sashiko dress included. Thank you for inviting me to contribute!

  2. Sarvi

    So much gorgeous stuff!! I am inspired all over again.

  3. Cheryl

    I just printed new measurement charts this weekend AND I even filled them in! I will make a Pinterest board of patterns too–great idea! Thanks!

  4. If my tinkering and blathering is appreciated then I’m just as happy as can be!
    It’s always a delight and an honour to contribute to the Oliver + S blog, and I can see at least three other blog posts there that I’ve referenced myself this year. It’s a great resource for all of us! Thanks Rachel and Liesl/Todd for this great space.

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