I love the classic styling of Oliver + S patterns for children, so I was excited to find out that they are offering their Popover Sundress as a free download.  This pattern appeared in Issue 6 of Sew Hip magazine.  This is a simple pattern, a fast sew for experienced sewists and a great project for beginners.  Go to the download.

[via Crafting a Green World]

[tags]sewing, tutorial, free pattern, popover, sundress, Oliver + S[/tags]

By Anne Weaver


3 Comments so far

  1. Carolyne on May 15, 2011 6:57 am

    Thanks for the download of the popover-sundress.
    I have made several in multiple sizes for my 4 great-nieces. 2 in size 6-7, 2 in size 2 and for the twins over in Ireland 4 in size 1-1/2.

    thanks so much!
    Carolyne in Toronto

  2. June on August 3, 2012 8:17 am

    Thanks for the pattern and ideas. I’m 47 yrs old have 2 grown daughters & 1 grandchild named carlee. I have been very depressed due to the sudden unexpected death of my husband who died while we were sleeping. Soon after this I had a terrible auto accident while taking my 87 yr old mom to dr. Being already disabled from being sturck while walking by a truck 12 yrs ago. Now new accident broke both legs, my back was fracture in 2 places, 5 broken ribs, arm, and lossing blood from somewhere so I needed a blood transfusion. I my much better now. I don’t normally share anything with anyone so this is so not me to write this. I did because this website & download is my first attempt to get out out of the bed and find something to do just to know I can. I went from being a total independent woman able to take care of my job, my family and home. Plus I have a passion being a christian to help families in need and I normally had 2 or more families I was working with. Went from this to bed struck so thank you very much for offering this free. You never know who you kindness is helping. Thanks…June

  3. Nerdine on November 6, 2012 6:05 am

    Get well soon, June, and keep up the spirit! Always best to keep busy if you can, hope you find a way!

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