announcing the girl on the go sew-along

There’s a new pattern in town and it’s our 50th Oliver + S style! It’s the Girl on the Go Dress + Top, and it’s available now in both paper and digital formats. You can learn more about the pattern by visiting Liesl’s introduction post. Also you can get ideas about fabric choices here. Then come join us soon to make one alongside your virtual sewing pals as we will be hosting a Girl on the Go sew-along April 2-3.

Girl on the Go Sew-Along

Pattern Description

This simple pull-on dress and top is designed for knit fabrics with a little stretch. The View A dress features a fun front tie detail and short sleeves, while View B makes a classic top with 3/4-length sleeves. Both styles include a neck facing with topstitching detail and a forward shoulder for a comfortable fit. You’ll love the look, feel, and versatility of this dress and top which make great wardrobe basics for every girl on the go.

Suggested Fabrics

Suitable for knits of all sorts. Stable knits are especially good for this style. Suggested fabrics include jersey, double knit, thermal knit, interlock, sweatshirt fleece, and French terry.

Girl on the Go Sew-Along Schedule

Day 1: Before you start, finish the neckline

Day 2: Sew the sleeves, ties and side seams; finish the dress

How to Participate

Be sure to get your pattern if you haven’t already. It is available in both paper and digital format. Also gather your fabric and supplies, and we will see you here on the blog on Monday, April 2!

If you have a blog, please feel free to grab the sew-along badge you can add to your posts or to your sidebar, to let people know you’re participating.

Oliver + S Girl on the Go Dress + Top sew-along badge

Tag your in process photos of your Girl on the Go dresses and tops with #oliverands and #osgirlonthego on Instagram so we can all see. When you have completed your Girl on the Go dress or top, post it somewhere and then add a link to it using the button below.



 

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1 Comment

  1. Dianne

    Yes, yes. thank you so much for this stylish pattern for tweens. As my fashion forward 10 yearold granddaughter continues to want me to sew for her, I struggle to find appropriate patterns.

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