Next up in our Drawstring Bag series is a memory game. Meredith joins us today to share the one she made. I think you’re going to like it!
Next up in our Drawstring Bag series is a drawstring backpack. Anne-Sophie joins us today to show you how to make it. It’s a very useful item and an easy transformation to do.
travel kit bag
This is the first in a series on the Drawstring Bag pattern from the Oliver + S Little Things to Sew book. We’re kicking it off with a travel idea: a road trip busy bag!
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.
twenty summer sewing tutorials
Here comes the sun! Be inspired by these twenty sewing projects, perfect for sunny days
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.
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.
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.
ten spring sewing tutorials
Bring on spring! Here are ten fresh sewing projects using Oliver + S patterns for a beautiful spring.
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.
school bus t-shirt three ways
Learn how to take the Oliver + S School Bus T-shirt to create three wardrobe staples.
jeans from oliver + s patterns
Yes, you can sew jeans using Oliver + S pants patterns! Shelley has gathered many fantastic examples to prove it to you.
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