Oliver + S

mrskanuckles

  • I just sewed view b for my 9 year old who is broad across the shoulders and very very pre boobies. The size 12 with 1.5 inch length added does fit her but seems it would be more giving if I moved it a bit off the fold and dropped the arm pit a bit to make bigger arm holes. I think it would pull a bit less. How would I adjust the size of the…[Read more]

  • I just had to look for myself, I have made 11 pairs of sketchbook shorts and 4 shirts and one dress made from the shirt. Hardly as many as you… 🙂
    I love the shorts shortened with a cuff for my daughter’s school shorts… I see a lot of people using the pattern in many ways for girls too.

  • mrskanuckles replied to the topic Adding Piping in the forum oliver + s: sleepover 6 years ago

    Thanks Tamara, I think that is what I need to do is sew on the piping to the shirt facing before I fold it over. I couldn’t get there with my own brain. I appreciate it.
    Thanks Sherry.. I will check out your link.

  • Highpowermom, Thanks so much for posting the pictures. It helps to see it for sure. I was going to try an even skinnier leg then the straightleg for an outfit for project run and play sew along, but I ended up changing it to a shorts outfit. I still want to try the trousers with the straightleg just as you did, for my son. They look perfect.

  • Highpowermom, Thanks so much for posting the pictures. It helps to see it for sure. I was going to try an even skinnier leg then the straightleg for an outfit for project run and play sew along, but I ended up changing it to a shorts outfit. I still want to try the trousers with the straightleg just as you did, for my son. They look perfect.

  • Thankyou! I actually had saw that tutorial, but I am looking to keep the trouser look of the top of the pants with the pleats, and just skinny the leg up for a boys pair of pants. I was thinking I should start from the hip area and just skim some off the outside and maybe the inside. After rereading this, I think that *may* work.

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