Oliver + S

Help identify dress in Little Things to Sew.

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    thrillhouse @thrillhouse

    I the photo of the Tea Party dress for dolls the child holing the doll is wearing a green dress. My friend is looking for the pattern for that dress. Does anyone know where it came from?

    Thanks kindly!

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    KMcSews @KMcSews

    Alas, I’ve always assumed that was a Tea Collection dress. It’s cute!

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    with love Heidi @with love Heidi

    I’m fairly sure it’s not Oliver and S. Is the girl Leisl’s S?

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    Todd Gibson
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    You’re all very good–too good!

    Yes, that is S modeling for that shot and, yes, the dress she’s wearing is from Tea. It’s not an Oliver + S style.

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    thrillhouse @thrillhouse

    Thank you all so much! Does anyone happen to know of a pattern that is similar to that dress?

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    pippi @pippi

    The little flutter sleeves reminds me a lot of one of the views of Simplicity 2828. It is A-line too, but the bodice is not quite so much of an empire waist. I am no fancy seamstrest, but you can see my crack at it here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/59555784@N02/6844102509/in/photostream. The bodice looks a little like the puppet show dress with a bias neck instead of a collar…maybe you could play with that?

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    aegean17 @aegean17

    if it’s the dress I’m thinking of then there’s a blogged tutorial for it:

    http://www.craftinessisnotoptional.com/2011/05/playdate-dress-tutorial.html

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