Here are seven tutorials to help you make dress-up clothes or costumes. Lots of links to costume inspiration is also included.
fairy tale dress
how to do lacework
Learn how to do lacework using this tutorial. Rebekah sewed an exquisite flower girl dress using the Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dress.
how to make a jeweled belt
Learn how to make a jeweled belt for a sparkling waist. It looks gorgeous on the Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dress. You’ll earn lots of cool mom points when you make this project!
sewing it yourself with oliver + s
Get your creative on! Here are several ready-to-wear examples to inspire your creativity and to help keep your sewing fresh.
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.
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.
easter outfits sewn by you
You’ve been busy whipping up beautiful Oliver + S Easter wear for your little ones, and we thought it’d be fun to feature some of your hard work today.
spring dress inspiration
Here are over a dozen dress ideas to inspire you to sew some Oliver + S spring frocks. We hope this gives you the little kick you need to get creative!
pattern mash-up linky party
Please join us for the Oliver + S Mash-up Challenge. Add your photos before February 5th.
christmas dress tradition
Shea from Empty Bobbin Sewing Studio is visiting today, sharing her Oliver + S Christmas dress tradition.
what to make with it: rose quartz and serenity
It’s twins! Pantone color experts delivered double the dose of excitement. For 2016 there are two colors of the year: Rose Quartz and Serenity. See how these colors work wonderfully on Oliver + S patterns.
fabric ideas for holiday sewing
Fabric inspiration to sew fun and festive holiday clothes and pajamas for your little one using Oliver + S patterns.
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