Oliver + S

Oliver + S Colouring Book

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    Colouring Book

    I cobbled together a colouring book with the Oliver + S line drawings from the back of the pattern envelopes. You can find a download link on the blog post linked above.

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    This is soooo great Lotta! I’m downloading as we speak. Thank you so much xx

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    Lotta, what a thoughtful thing to do, thank you. I have downloaded and will print them all onto card stock, then cut out inside the lines to place over fabric to help granddaughter imagine what each outfit will look like finished.

    Also going to give her mum a copy so they can work out next seasons wardrobe. Great way to build a wardrobe and have everything mix and match. So thank you for all your effort. Sherry

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    What a wonderful idea Sherry! I find my girls often have trouble visualising what a dress will look like in fabric. Cutting out inside the lines would definitely help! I may pick you up on that.

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    Lotta, thank you so very much. You are clever.

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    Profile photo of with love Heidiwith love Heidi @with love Heidi

    Thank you! Even though I have made my own version I will enjoy this one too 🙂

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    You are amazing, Lotta! I am so excited to print these off.

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    How fun!
    I’ve been tracing line drawings in patterns for years as a way of sketching out my ideas first. Eventually, I got good enough to draw them more freehand, but I still rely on tracing a lot of the time. I like the DOING stuff and completely lack your patience for extracting and PDF making – so thank you for sharing!

    I shall give this to my daughter on Monday morning when the boys have left for school.

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    Exactly @meleliza, I admire the skill involved and the time taken to do this. I tend to hand ball (this sort of thing) to Hugo as I am complete dunderhead when it comes to computers.

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    This is going to make such a fantastic mom/kid project, thank you! LOTTA, YOU’RE BRILLIANT!

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    Profile photo of Frances SuzanneFrances Suzanne @Frances Suzanne

    Fantastic idea!! Can’t wait to share with the nieces {although it may be used for more “coloring”, than designing….initially}!

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    You are all welcome! I’m so happy you like it. 😀

    I’ve had parts of it sitting on my computer for months and months and it didn’t feel right not to share!

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    Thank you so much for compiling all the line drawings and sharing them, Lotta! You’re awesome!

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    Thanks SO much for doing this! It’s downloaded, printed, and being colored in by my daughter right now – perfect for the “I’m bored” morning she’s having today.

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    Thank you very much, It’s lovely.

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