Audrey from Skirt Fixation is here to talk about all of the Oliver + S skirts and Skirting The Issue, a charity project that will let you sew a skirt for a girl in foster care.
lazy days skirt
oliver + s skirts sewn by kids
Look at these little seamstresses who sewed Oliver + S skirts! If you don’t rush them and work at their pace and level of interest, it’s possible to get girls interested in sewing their own skirts.
sew + tell: rachel’s advent calendar for a doll
The countdown ’til Christmas is on! Learn how you can use Oliver + S patterns to create a doll Advent calendar.
twenty summer sewing tutorials
Here comes the sun! Be inspired by these twenty sewing projects, perfect for sunny days
18-inch doll customized lazy days skirts
Make some adorable matching 18-inch doll customized Oliver + S Lazy Days Skirts!
adding hem tucks to the lazy days skirt
Here is a tutorial on adding hem tucks to the Oliver + S Lazy Days Skirt. It’s a nice way to give a pretty little detail to a simple skirt.
ribbon jar giveaway
Enter to win ribbons from The Ribbon Jar to make your next Oliver + S Lazy Days Skirt.
lazy days skirt round-up
Come see many different ideas for finishing the hem of the Oliver + S Lazy Days Skirt.
three stripes lazy days skirt
Here’s a tutorial that will show you how to create a three stripes Oliver + S Lazy Days Skirt with either a double-thickness or regular hem.
lazy days skirt with double-thickness hem
Here is a quick and easy project on how to add a color blocked double-thickness hem to the Oliver + S Lazy Days Skirt.
feature friday: ink-jet printed lazy days skirt
Did you know that you can create your own border print fabric using an ink-jet printer? Ren from The Inspired Wren sewed an Oliver + S Lazy Days Skirt using ink-jet printed fabric.
summer sewing: lazy days skirts
It’s been hot, and our summer schedule is packed with play dates, visits to the sprinkler park, and trips to cooler indoor spots like the library when we need a break from the sun. That doesn’t leave a lot of …
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