spring inspiration round-up

Soon it will be time to put away those winter clothes and transition into spring. So I’ve gathered up a bunch of beautiful Oliver + S creations for you today to get you in the mood to sew for spring. I love to see finished examples of patterns before I start sewing, don’t you? Seeing what others made can really help get ideas flowing.

Oliver + S Garden Party Dress

Up first is the talented Sharon who sewed this lovely Garden Party dress with smocking. It makes the perfect spring dress!

Oliver + S Garden Party Dress with smocking

Sharon has such a knack for smocking. You’ll remember her Smocked Pocket tutorial, I’m sure. If you are looking for more ideas on how to incorporate smocking onto Oliver + S dresses check out our Smocked Dress round-up.

Oliver + S Garden Party Dress with smocking

Jenya created this sweet as can be Family Reunion dress. It’s absolutely darling and oh so pretty with that floral border print!

Oliver + S Family Reunion Dress

Courtney is the creator this Hide-and-Seek dress with a cute mini pompom trim. If you’re interested in more ideas like that, be sure to visit our Adding Pompoms and Tassels to Oliver + S Patterns post.

Oliver + S Hide-and-Seek Dress

Lucinda made this Library dress using our knit Library dress tutorial. The fabric reminds me of butterfly wings.

Oliver + S Library Dress

Ashley and Emily sewed this fantastic School Day rain coat for the rainy days in spring.

Oliver + S School Days rain coat

Malgosia knows how to put together a fun outfit. The Swingset Tunic and Badminton Skort are the perfect combination.

Oliver + S Swingset Tunic and Badminton Skort

Here is a Sketchbook shirt sewed by Anne. This little boy is so cute! It looks like he is all ready for Easter.

Oliver + S Sketchbook Shirt

And in case that wasn’t enough of a fix for you, here are some other spring inspirational posts we’ve had on the blog:

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the feature! Hoping we didn’t “jinx the weather” with our raincoat – putting our area into an extreme drought right after sewing it. Thankful she’s gotten some wear out of it this winter :). . .

  2. Thank you for including my little girlie’s dress 🙂 I loved sewing it. Sadly she already grew out of it. Time for another? Dress, not a girlie haha

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