Here is a fantasy wardrobe edit Rachel put together for the holiday season. This is what she would sew for her daughter if she was planning a new holiday wardrobe.
fairy tale dress
fairy tale dress round-up
Do you have plans for sewing up a special dress for the holidays? Enjoy these ideas for Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dresses for the holiday season.
Many fun costumes have been made using Oliver + S sewing patterns. Here’s a round up of some of our recent favorites.
heirloom techniques: smocked dress round-up
Here is a gathering of smocked Oliver + S dresses. If you’re willing to invest the time, adding smocking to a garment can achieve spectacular results.
feature friday: hand painted fairy tale dress
Suz of sewpony hand painted the fabric on this amazing Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dress.
my favorite oliver + s pattern: deb from sewing stash challenge
Deb from Sewing Stash Challenge visits the blog today to talk about her favorite Oliver + S sewing pattern, the Bubble Dress.
elsa dress round-up
Very pretty Elsa dresses from the very popular movie “Frozen” are being created using Oliver + S sewing patterns.
easter sewing round up
A roundup of your wonderful Easter 2014 sewing using Oliver + S patterns.
feature friday: easter fairy tale dress by anne
Featuring a linen-and-floral Fairy Tale Dress by Anne of the blog I’d Rather Be Sewing.
feature friday: springy fairy tale dress by olivia jane handcrafted
Featuring Olivia Jane Handcrafted and a springy floral Fairy Tale Dress.
customizing with oliver + s: the 10 stripes fairy tale dress
Rachel from Nest Full of Eggs joins us with a guest tutorial detailing how she made her 10 Stripes Fairy Tale Dress.
flounce vs. ruffle
Flounces are enormously popular in fashion right now. Balenciaga, Gucci, Givenchy, Giambattista Valli, and Chloe all showed big, exuberant ruffles for spring. I’ve been collecting magazine tear sheets featuring flounces because I think it’s amazing how popular they are right …
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