Genevieve from The Orla Project is here to tell us why the Oliver + S Reversible Bucket Hat is her favorite pattern.
little things to sew
Next up in our Drawstring Bag series are party bags. Sew up some cute goodie bags for your next party to hand out to your party guests.
pajama storage bag
With the leftover fabric from your pajama sewing project you can make a matching pajama storage bag using the Drawstring Bag pattern from the Little Things to Sew book.
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!
pattern mash-up linky party
Please join us for the Oliver + S Mash-up Challenge. Add your photos before February 5th.
sew and tell: a new school bag
Liesl has sewed S a new school bag using the messenger bag pattern from Little Things to Sew. Here’s her Sew + Tell recap of the project.
Here is some inspiration for your back-to-school Oliver + S sewing.
Here is some animal inspiration for Kids Clothes Week for the optional wild things theme.
sewing for dolls
Wondering what to do with all of those smaller pieces of fabric in your stash? Sew Oliver + S doll clothes!
customizing with oliver + s: upcycled sweater mittens from little things to sew
Jane from Buzzmills shows us how to use upcycled sweaters and a little rib knit to make the Little Things to Sew mitten pattern earth-friendly and extra cozy!
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