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The size 5 project

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    Nicole @motherof5

    Sarvi, I don’t know any one as modest as you!

    Swing Set in the larger size would be lovely!

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    with love Heidi @with love Heidi

    Even though I only own 2 of the early patterns Teaparty and Puppet Show you guys are making me want the Swing Set too!

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    Tamara @justsewit

    The swingset is lovely but I think I would be more inclined to team the top with the shorts for a very young baby and leave the skirt for a walker – but then I could totally contradict myself by making a tiny version for a wee one – and then it would be a perfect excuse to include frilly knockers in the ensemble!

    I would love it should said pattern and puppet show be upsized. They lend themselves very well to children above size 5.

    So I say go for it Heidi!

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    Justine J @justmejay

    ….since it’s (supposedly) spring/summer here, & also KCW, I’ve started this: I traced off the Bubble, the Swingset and the Tea Party on the weekend, cut the Bubble and the Tea Party, and have now sewn up the Tea Party 🙂 – this is definitely a bittersweet project, but one that I am excited about

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    Aww, hugs to you. You’re quick, too!

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    Reeni @Reeni

    is anyone still going on this? I am thinking of making a Puppet Show upsized to a 5-6 for a new fall/winter dress if that counts…

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    Hi Reeni! I’m so sorry, I got busy and dropped the ball on this one. Thanks for the reminder. An upsized Puppet Show absolutely counts! Where in our sewing lists are we all at the moment? What would be the best way to organize it?

    How does this sound — since there’s a lot of interest in the Puppet Show, would some like to host a sew-along for that one as the first one we tackle? We could start it in a week or two to give folks working on the School Days coat a chance to finish up. Here’s the list again:

    Puppet Show: http://oliverands.com/oliver-and-s-patterns/OLV-OS002PS.html

    Bubble: http://oliverands.com/oliver-and-s-patterns/OLV-OS003BB.html

    Tea Party: http://oliverands.com/oliver-and-s-patterns/OLV-OS001TP.html

    Swing Set: http://oliverands.com/oliver-and-s-patterns/OLV-OS004SS.html

    If anybody’s ready to go and doesn’t mind taking the time to take photos and write it up, please volunteer! I’m leaving town for a week pretty soon and am scrambling to get organized, but I’d love to get dibs on the Tea Party, it’s my most emotionally-loaded pattern.

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    Nicole @motherof5

    I will

    Do swing set if no one else wants it

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    runciblespoon @runciblespoon

    I’d love to do the Bubble dress, Sarvi – it was my first ever O+S in the smallest size, and I can’t quite believe it’s already time to make the 5T.

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    Yay, thank you so much, ladies!

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    Brittney @georgeandizzy

    I could do the Puppet Show if no one else wants to, I have been meaning to make that one again.

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    Awesome, thank you! I’ll be following along with you, I want to make that set as well for photos for Christmas cards.

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    Rachel Le Grand @nestfullofeggs

    I am late in joining this discussion, but whenever you’d like to get this started on the blog, let me know. Let’s plan with Brittney starting with the Puppet Show Shorts. Does that sound good?

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    I’ll let Brittney speak for herself, but yes, I think we’re all close to ready. I’ll trace off the Tea Party so I’m ready to go. How are your schedules looking, gals?

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    Frances Suzanne @Frances Suzanne

    To say we are excited about this project would be a MAJOR understatement!! Our oldest niece has just entered the size 4…and we are already discussing those sweet patterns that don’t go past a 5. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU ladies for “stretching” the pattern usage a little further for us. We will definitely be following along, and saving for later!

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