Are you wondering what it’s like for us to be living here in Spain right now? Here’s a little update for those of you who are wondering what it’s like to live under a lockdown.
the gelato blouse + dress and sew my style 2020
The Gelato Blouse + Dress is being featured in the Sew My Style 2020 challenge for the month of March. Read on for more details!
Liesl is back with her weekend links, including some ideas to keep you occupied if you’re waiting out the coronavirus at home.
easter sewing inspiration
Spring is coming! We’ve rounded up some ready-to-wear styles for boys and girls that you can recreate using Oliver +S patterns. What are you waiting for?
the camp shirt: two versions by erica
Erica from the Advisors Circle is here to show us two versions of the Camp Shirt + Dress: one casual in reversible double gauze and one dressy, in Liberty silk charmeuse.
sewing small talk: what’s your favorite sewing machine feature?
This week in Sewing Small Talk: what’s your favorite sewing machine feature? Tell us what you think!
sew + tell: reeni’s hybrid hoodie
Reeni combined three of our patterns to make this bespoke hoodie for her daughter. She’s here to explain how she did it.
your projects: january and february
Need some sewing inspiration? Look no further. It’s time for the latest round-up of projects made by you.
sewing small talk: favorite fabrics to sew
In this week’s Sewing Small Talk, Liesl asks about your favorite fabrics to sew.
sew + tell: red velvet building block dress
Masha’s daughter designed her own red velvet dress with our Building Block Dress Book.
kids can sew: kiki and catie’s girl on the go dresses
Working with knit fabrics can be intimidating for adults, but that didn’t scare Jessika off from introducing a knit pattern to some of her youngest students. She is here to explain why a pattern intended for knits is the perfect starter project for the beginning garment sewist.
It’s Friday, and that means it’s time for this week’s edition of Weekend Links.
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