For this addition of Sew + Tell we have Klarissa and Kate visiting from Bombazine sharing and talking about the Oliver + S Lunch Box Tees that they sewed for their daughters.
my favorite oliver + s pattern: alex from giddy ants
Alex from Giddy Ants joins us today to discuss her favorite Oliver + S pattern, the Lunch Box Culottes.
twenty t-shirt tutorials
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.
my favorite oliver + s pattern: meagan from ava’s lookbook
Meagan from Ava’s Lookbook is here to tell us why the Oliver + S Lunch Box Tee is her favorite pattern.
the monochrome project round-up
Come and see all of the fantastic sewing that was done for the black and white challenge.
lunch box culottes – jean paul gaultier style
Here is a pair of Oliver + S Lunch Box Culottes inspired by Jean Paul Gaultier. What do you think, hilarious or hideous?
Here is some animal inspiration for Kids Clothes Week for the optional wild things theme.
spring dress inspiration
Here are over a dozen dress ideas to inspire you to sew some Oliver + S spring frocks. We hope this gives you the little kick you need to get creative!
customizing the lunch box tee: cat embroidered pocket
Learn how to add an embroidered cat to the pocket of the Oliver + S Lunch Box Tee.
wardrobe edit: marsala
Marsala was named the Pantone color of the year for 2015. Here are some ideas on adding Marsala to Oliver + S patterns.
girl friday/lunch box culottes sew-along, day 3
We have reached our third and final day of the Girl Friday/Lunch Box Culottes sew-along. Today we will be finishing up the culottes.
girl friday/lunch box culottes sew-along, day 2
Today is day two of our Girl Friday/Lunch Box Culottes sew-along. We will be attaching the pockets, inserting the zipper, stitching the side seams, and finishing the pockets.
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