Oliver + S

book party April 10, and you’re invited!

If you’re in the New York City area, I hope you’ll join us this Sunday, April 10, from 1:00-3:00 PM for a book launch party at Books of Wonder at 18 West 18th St. If you’re not familiar with Books …

introducing the new family reunion dress sewing pattern for girls

Every little (or not so little) girl needs a unique special-occasion dress. I’m not talking about the dress-up-party-make-it-with-six-pink-ruffles-and-sparkly kind of dress. I’m talking about the you-need-to-look-nice-but-not-like-you’re-trying-to-look-too-nice kind of dress. You know the dress I mean. It’s the one you wear …

crafternoon at the new york public library, april 2

If you’re in the New York City area (or if you want an excuse to come visit…), please join us at the New York Public Library on April 2 from 2:00 -4:00 for an Oliver + S Little Things to …

introducing our new spring and summer patterns

It’s finally time to take the wraps off our new spring and summer collection to give you a preview of the line. This season, we are releasing three new patterns: two dresses and one blouse and shorts outfit. So, without …

modern workshop fabric packs now available

When I introduced you to the new Modern Workshop fabric collection earlier this week, I mentioned that although yardage will be available in late-April, pre-cuts are shipping now. I’m happy to announce that the nice folks at Moda have made …

upcoming events

Over the next few months, I will be visiting a few of the great independent fabric shops that carry Oliver + S products. At each location, I’ll be signing copies of Oliver + S Little Things to Sew. If you …

introducing modern workshop, for moda

I’m very pleased to introduce Modern Workshop, the second Oliver + S fabric collection for Moda. Modern Workshop takes its inspiration from the Wiener Werkstatte. Based in Vienna at the turn of the twentieth century, this circle of artists and …

the pop-up blog tour begins!

Now that it’s March and Little Things to Sew has officially launched, we’re going to get things going with a pop-up blog tour. Instead of telling you in advance who will be reviewing the book, we’ll let you discover it …