Ready to make a t-shirt? Here are twenty tutorials we’ve already featured on the Oliver + S blog that are easy changes to make to a t-shirt pattern.
Here is some inspiration to get you sewing Oliver + S patterns in lace.
Learn how to add a child’s footprint to the Oliver + S Field Trip Raglan T-shirt.
my favorite oliver + s pattern: heidi from with love, heidi
Heidi is sharing a bit about her favorite Oliver + S pattern, the Field Trip Cargo Pants.
field trip cargo pants sewn by matt chapple
Matt Chapple, winner of the Great British Sewing Bee season 3 is visiting the Oliver + S blog today to share a pair of Field Trip Cargo Pants he sewed for his son.
my favorite oliver + s pattern: brittney from sewing for four (plus one!)
Brittney from Sewing for four (plus one!) is here to tell us why the Oliver + S Field Trip Cargo Pants + Raglan T-shirt is her favorite pattern.
adding sparkle to the holiday season
How about a little bling to brighten up the short, dark days during the holiday season? Here’s some inspiration for adding sequins to Oliver + S sewing patterns.
customizing with oliver + s: thumbhole sleeve tutorial
Learn how to add thumbhole cuffs to the Oliver + S Field Trip Raglan or School Bus T-shirt (as well as the Liesl + Co Metro T-shirt).
outdoor ready: workout shirts
Our blog series, Outdoor Ready, is all about using performance fabrics to make handmade outdoor apparel. Ashley is sharing workout shirts sewn from the Oliver + S Field Trip Raglan T-shirt sewing pattern.
how to do a faux flatlock seam
Shelley shows us how she tinkered with the tension settings on her overlocker to get a pretend flatlock seam. See an example of the results on an Oliver + S Field Trip Raglan T-shirt modified into a dress.
outdoor ready: hiking pants
Outdoor Ready is all about using performance fabrics to make handmade outdoor apparel. Ashley is sharing a tutorial on how she made hiking pants using the Oliver + S Field Trip Cargo Pants sewing pattern.
made for kids month halfway point
Lots of wonderful Oliver + S clothing has been spotted in the Made for Kids Month Flickr group at the halfway point.
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