2016 in review: top tips and tutorialsJanuary 24, 2017 / byRachel Le Grand / Categories : Feeds
Just around the corner, in March to be precise, the Oliver + S blog will turn nine years old! Can you believe it’s been that long? In the past nine years we have posted hundreds of helpful tutorials on the blog. Have you visited the tutorials page recently? There you will find more than 100 free sewing tutorials, pattern customizations, and sewing tips. Last year we regrouped many of our tutorials together into different blog posts to highlight some things that went well together.
Here we have them all conveniently located in one spot for you. Enjoy!
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