Learn how to do lacework using this tutorial. Rebekah sewed an exquisite flower girl dress using the Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dress.Read More
lengthened city stroll wrap skirt
Liesl is here with a tutorial for lengthening the Liesl + Co. City Stroll Wrap Skirt. It’s one of her favorite patterns, and she has made a longer-length version in rayon for warm weather.
pom pom skirt tutorial
The forecast for today is partly cloudy with a 100% chance of pompoms. Thanks to Anne from I’d Rather Be Sewing, we have a nice tutorial on how to make a fun pom pom skirt. Our free Onstage Tutu skirt is used as the starting point.
how to make a jeweled belt
Learn how to make a jeweled belt for a sparkling waist. It looks gorgeous on the Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dress. You’ll earn lots of cool mom points when you make this project!
reversible bucket hat tutorial
Learn how to sew the free Oliver + S Reversible Bucket Hat with this step-by-step photo tutorial.
baby tie tutorial
Here is a free pattern and step-be-step photo tutorial on how to make an adorable baby tie. It looks darling on the Oliver + S Lullaby Layette Bodysuit.
tiered maxi dress
Learn how to make a tiered maxi dress using the Oliver + S Popover Sundress (free pattern!) in this fun tutorial.
hide-and-seek dress with woven yoke
Mathew is here with a fabric weaving tutorial. This technique looks fantastic on the yoke of the Oliver + S Hide-and-Seek Dress!
exposed zippers on welt pockets
Thanks to Deb we have a nice tutorial on adding exposed zippers on welt pockets. They look fantastic on an Oliver + S Book Report Dress!
beachwear with oliver + s
Yes you can make beachwear using Oliver + S patterns! Shelley is here to show you how.
pleated fairy tale bodice
Learn how to add a pleated section to the Oliver + S Fairy Tale Dress pattern with this step by step photo tutorial. It really adds some nice texture and interest.
pieced swingset skirt
Learn how to make a pieced Oliver + S Swingset Skirt with this step-by-step photo tutorial.
make a hat from “cat in the hat”
Shelly from Sew Shelly Sew joins us with a guest tutorial detailing how she made her “Cat in the Hat” hat using the free Oliver + S Reversible Bucket Hat pattern.
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