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Oliver + S ... what are they?

May 23, 2008

Are they doll patterns? Are they paper dolls? Are they children's patterns? These are all very good questions considering the adorable little characters on the pattern fronts. I am here to finally solve the riddle. Oliver + S are the cutest children's patterns with wonderful details you won't find in the retail marketplace. And, they come with a paper doll and an outfit! How great is that?

The creator, Liesl Gibson decided to create this pattern line after her daughter was born. She shopped for patterns to create for her daughter and couldn't find the fit or style she was looking for. She's trained in the fashion and design industry and has worked with some of the top designers in International fashion. So, she's got the pedigree and the talent to create anything she desired. That's how the company got its start.

OSP-002.jpgThe patterns are sized for 2T to size 5.  We have a terrific selection of fabrics from Amy Butler's designer creations to our fantastic Everything's Under $5.00 selections to create these heirloom-worthy garments. We hope you have fun making creative clothes for your toddlers. Remember, we always love to see what you've made. Take a picture of your Little one is her new treasure and post it in the Sew & Tell Gallery.

P.S. Dear Readers,
If you do not recognize the writing style, Kristl has returned much to our delight. We knew she could not stay away. So get ready for rollicking good times ahead!
Have a great holiday weekend!
Fabric Maverick

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