10 years agocybele727 @cybele727
So many of you have sewing blogs. You might link to one post, or obliquely mention them. I, for one, would love to see all your blogs in one place, like a list here! (If that is ok with Liesl.) Many of you inspire me in Flickr, but I might not have the time to click through and then I forget.
It is also a rather nice tribute to see what O & S has “spawned.”
What do you think?
Jenny10 years agobren5kids @bren5kids
I think that’s a great idea! I don’t have a blog, but I love to read sewing blogs, especially those written by people I “know” thru O&S. And I often forgot exactly who has a blog, and will randomly click on names or links in the discussion comments or flikr.10 years agoNicole @motherof5
Here ’tis http://fiveandcounting-motherof5.blogspot.com.au/#uds-search-results I *think* this will show up O+S posts.
Oliver+S (and my sweet friend Claire) started me blogging.10 years agoFrances Suzanne @Frances Suzanne
I think this idea is FANTASTIC! Logging into flickr has been problematic as of late, so I feel like we have lost touch with so many of you!!!
Here is a link to our o+s posts – http://francessuzanne.blogspot.com/search/label/oliver%20and%20s10 years agojuliamom2009 @juliamom2009
My blog is http://socalsewingmom.blogspot.com/ – most of my posts are of my O+S sewing!
I need to get better at subscribing to other folks’ blogs as I generally just access thru Flickr if people put them. The Flickr on my desktop has been a pain in the butt lately – every time I try to comment, or say thanks to someone’s comment, it acts wonky….10 years agoMasha RichartKeymaster@roundtheworldgirl
I just started a new sewing blog: http://itinerantseamstress.blogspot.com. So far it is entirely selfish sewing.
I used to post sewing projects on my general blog, here is a link that should show the sewing posts there, as I didn’t use an O+S tag: http://mashaandjeremy.blogspot.com/search/label/sewing10 years agoLightning McStitch @LightningMcStitch
Pretty much everything I make is from an Oliver + S pattern but I do use tags on my blog posts so it’s possible to search the blog for a particular pattern.
I love looking at people’s blogs but my Bloglovin reading list is getting sooo long. Still, I like the idea of this list as a quick reference in case I’ve forgotten to see what someone’s been up to.10 years agoMama_Knowles @Mama_Knowles
Most of my sewing is now O+S patterns since I was first bitten by the O+S sewing bug a few years ago!
I also use tags on my blog too so it makes finding the right pattern easier.
I do enjoy reading everyone’s blogs, very inspiring and they make me want to start on a new project every time! : )10 years agoscgoble @scgoble
Here is mine. I’m at prolly half & half kid and adult stuff these days.10 years agoRachel Le Grand @nestfullofeggs
I can offer 2 ways to best view most of my O+S sewing.
Firstly, I have a set on flickr dedicated to everything O+S (and each photo has a link to the corresponding blog post): http://www.flickr.com/photos/19337958@N02/sets/72157631481215164/
Secondly, the best way through my blog would be to find the Search This Blog box and type “Oliver+S” and then click ‘search’.10 years agomeleliza @meleliza
Also, you can link your website in your profile here so people only need to click on your handle to get to your site.10 years agoDeb @Mynorth
Most of my sewing projects are Oliver + S patterns. I’ve got them all and made them all.
Oh, and I started this blog to document busting my stash but for some strange reason, it isn’t working 🙂
~Deb~10 years agobeachmom @beachmom
Flickr set of Oliver + S sewing:
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