Oliver + S

Fall Patterns?

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    Violaisabelle @Violaisabelle

    Can you view this direct link to one of the pictures? https://www.flickr.com/photos/hemoglobinhummingbird/15185758416/in/pool-oliverands If you are able to view this link, perhaps you can get in to view the others. Sorry, I am not very good with all the changes, myself. 😉

    Carol

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    I won’t bore everyone again with my frustration with flickr, but yes, the link Carol provides should work. You should be able to click left and right for photos of a muslin, with detailed notes, more views of the chambray dress (done ‘by the book’) and a photo of a dress done with some minor changes, giving a different look.

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    avashmava @avashmava

    Yes! Thank ya, thank ya, lady! That is a lovely dress, Sarvi! It looks great on you! You also have gorgeous curly hair! 😀

    That was what I needed to send me over the edge……….we are going on vacation next week and I think I need one or two of these.

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    The pockets are perfectly placed and very functional, I have shot two events in that dress and never lost a lens cap, sunglasses, or set of keys. I imagine it would be a pretty perfect dress for traveling.

    Also, I’ve only just noticed there’s a whole separate group for Liesl & Co patterns so I have moved my photos out of the O+S group. Sorry about that!

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    avashmava @avashmava

    I think so, too. I have it downloaded and am off to Joann’s after schoolwork is done! I can’t wait to see the other new patterns coming soon.

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    Violaisabelle @Violaisabelle

    Sorry Sarvi, I don’t mean to frustrate you with Flickr, but now I can’t see your lovely pictures! 😛 They are gone form the Oliver + S, but I cannot see them in the Liesl & Co photos. Are they public in that group? Is there something I need to do to be able to view them?

    Carol

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    D’oh! Not sure what I did now, but hopefully this will work:

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/hemoglobinhummingbird/15208793845/

    Let me know if you can’t scroll back from there to the other photos and I’ll try again to fix it.

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    Violaisabelle @Violaisabelle

    I can get to your photos through the link and scroll, but only through your personal photos. When I click on the link that says it’s in the Liesl + Co group, it does not show up on the main page of the Flickr photos??? Sorry, Sarvi! At least I can find your photos, now! 🙂

    Can anyone else see Sarvi’s photos on the main Flickr page for the Liesl + Co?

    Carol

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    Tamara @justsewit

    Yes I can see them.

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    avashmava @avashmava

    I can’t see them in the Flickr pool, either. I have to use the link above. Weird, huh?

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    enajybbil @enajybbil

    So my muslin is, mostly, all made up. With no sleeves it fits like a dream. As soon as I add sleeves it becomes too tight across the shoulders, so if I lift my arms the whole thing rides waaay up. The top of the cap rides up a touch and there’s some horizontal pull lines . I’ve never considered my upper arms to be disproportionately big so I’m pretty stumped. Like I said, sleeveless fits perfectly. The arm hole is just right. I feel like I need to alter the sleeve only but am, again, stumped.

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    Liesl Gibson
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    @liesl

    Can you post a photo? I should be able to help if I can see how the sleeve is fitting you.

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    enajybbil @enajybbil

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    Turns out I sewed the sleeves on backwards the first time. Womp womp. When I put them on the right way they fit much, much better. However, my arms still feel like they are pinned down at my sides. The first photo in my stream is what the shoulder area does when I sit down. With my hands on my hips (as a mother of four I’m sure you can imagine how many times a day I strike that pose ;-D) you can see how tight the fit across the shoulders becomes. Anyways, this is a straight size 20 (thanks for the bigger sizes btw) with the only adjustment being that I chopped 3″ off the front yoke piece and added three to the bottom piece for the preggo belly factor. In all honesty I’ll probably have more use for a sleeveless version since I like to layer with knit cardis and generally hate the feeling of woven sleeves inside knitted sleeves. But I do have some lovely wool crepe that I’d really like to make a sleeved version with.

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    Liesl Gibson
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    @liesl

    Can you get someone to take a photo from a little further away? It’s difficult to see from this angle.

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    enajybbil @enajybbil

    Did you see the 3 other photos after it? I might need to make them public….

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