Learn how to do lacework using this tutorial. Rebekah sewed an exquisite flower girl dress using the Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dress.
a different way to become a designer
Following up on her last post about her journey to becoming a pattern designer, Liesl returns to tell you about how she can help you follow that same path—without committing to making a full career change.
taking customizing to the next level
Liesl shares the story of how she left her job in the corporate world and went back to school to learn fashion design and pattern making.
ten yoke tutorials
Here are ten techniques or ideas for the yoke of the Oliver + S Hide-and-Seek Dress + Tunic or the Liesl + Co. Cinema Dress patterns.
tiered maxi dress
Learn how to make a tiered maxi dress using the Oliver + S Popover Sundress (free pattern!) in this fun tutorial.
school bus t-shirt three ways, boy version
Learn how to take the Oliver + S School Bus T-shirt to create three wardrobe staples: a tank top, a color blocked t-shirt, and a banded sweatshirt.
hide-and-seek dress with woven yoke
Mathew is here with a fabric weaving tutorial. This technique looks fantastic on the yoke of the Oliver + S Hide-and-Seek Dress!
first communion fairy tale dress
Shea is sharing a very unique Fairy Tale Dress that she sewed for her daughter that will now become a special family heirloom. She was inspired by a dress that her mother wore in the 1950s.
exposed zippers on welt pockets
Thanks to Deb we have a nice tutorial on adding exposed zippers on welt pockets. They look fantastic on an Oliver + S Book Report Dress!
beachwear with oliver + s
Yes you can make beachwear using Oliver + S patterns! Shelley is here to show you how.
embroidered everyday skirt
Try your hand at adding some embroidery to your next garment. See what Sara from Radiant Home Studio did to her Liesl + Co. Everyday Skirt.
pleated fairy tale bodice
Learn how to add a pleated section to the Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dress pattern with this step by step photo tutorial. It really adds some nice texture and interest.
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