Oliver + S

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    Tara @4dfamily98

    @liesl, thanks for your response. It makes sense what you are saying and am glad that you do make a few anyway. Thank you!

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    Tara @4dfamily98

    In case anyone else is looking I found a pattern on Jalie. I love the metro shirt package here at Olive and S and am looking forward to making those into hoodies for my crew for Christmas.

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    Tara @4dfamily98

    Hi
    I read through the link for the errata for these shorts. When it says look for the number in the box at the bottom. In my series of numbers that go from left to right it reads 1 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 2
    Does the 2 at the very right mean printing 2? Thanks so much for clarifying. I am attempting to size up so want to make double sure I have the correct measurements.

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    Tara @4dfamily98

    Thank you Tamara! That totally helps. Will check those out.
    Good to know about samples, that will help him decide.

    And being that I had always wanted rtw looking clothes when my mom/grandma sewed for me, I totally get it and yes will pretty much do what it takes to perfect the look. Thankful to have the support here.

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    Tara @4dfamily98

    Great! Thanks Liesl for the news. Can’t wait until it’s out.

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    Tara @4dfamily98

    I just bought my first Oliver+S pattern. Am impressed with the attention to detail. My garment for my daughter turned out top notch. My question for you all is about the Sketchbook pattern. My son (14 yo) is too big for this pattern, boo! Was wondering if anyone knows of a pattern by Oliver + S or similar (something top notch) that I can make a button down shirt as well as some nice pants like these shorts. He likes linen blend for the pants to give a feel for the material and type of pants. In this pattern, I like the faux fly and pockets.

    Thanks for any help you can provide

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