select projects from oliver + s little things to sew now available

We were sorry to see Liesl’s first book, Oliver + S Little Things to Sew, go out of print last year. The projects in the book have been favorites of many of you.

But we’re happy to announce that we’ve just re-released eight projects from the book as individual digital patterns. So some of the most loved projects from the book are available again for people who weren’t able to get a copy of the book before it was discontinued.

Little Things to Sew Projects

Welcome back the messenger bag, art smock, bias-trimmed apron, cozy winter hood, penguin backpack, red riding hood, explorer vest, and the bear carrier. All these patterns are available now as Oliver + S Singles at a special price. You can find them all in the new accessories category of the Oliver + S shop.




  1. Carmen

    Several years ago, I purchased “Little Things to Sew” at Half Price Books and it is one of my favorite sewing books. I made my granddaughter four laminated bibs with the pocket. My daughter-in-law favored these bibs over store bought. The pocket was invaluable for catching bits of food. I also made my granddaughter the art smock and it was a quick sew using my serger. The bear carrier is next up on my sewing list.

  2. Jenny P

    LTTS is my favorite. I did the cover-to-cover challenge a few years ago, and now it’s my #1 Go To for birthday gifts. Just this month I made 2 vests and an apron. Others have been the base of multiple costumes. These are excellent, versatile patterns.

  3. My love for this book is well documented. So great to see some of the patterns available as singles.

  4. Katy

    I’ve made 5 of those 8 patterns, most multiple times. I just love those patterns and I’m glad to see you’re able to keep offering them.

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