Category Archives: The Staple Dress

I’ve had several requests to do a post about sewing with Liberty of London fabric, so today I’m giving you a rundown of tools and techniques that will make the process easy peasy, and you won’t need to feel nervous about cutting into your precious lawn! What is lawn anyway? Liberty tana lawn is a…

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I have been wanting to try this for a long time! After searching for a good lace for a few months, I found one I could live with. It has good drape, and isn’t stiff like many of the laces I came across. There are some gnarley, stiff laces out there, people! To make this…

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I made a Staple Dress for my youngest sister. I thought she needed a new, fun dress to wear to a camp she attended recently, and I had the fabric, which I knew would be the perfect color on her. It really is the perfect shade of mint. Doesn’t she look cute? I added a…

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Good morning! I’m excited to show you my latest Staple Dress that I made for a dear friend. I had wanted to make her a Staple Dress for a while, and when she let me know how much she loved my chambray version, I knew what I was going to do. For the Liberty trim…

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Today I’m showing off yet another Staple Dress. I made this one for my sister out of the solid chambray from Robert Kaufman’s Chambray Union. And like my last Staple Dress, I added bits of Liberty detail because nothing makes a garment more special than a little Liberty. Emilee’s Staple Dress is almost identical to…

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Welcome to Olivia Jane Handcrafted! I'm Meredith and this is my creative journal. Here you'll find loads of inspiration for a handmade wardrobe, home decor, bags, and quilts. I even have plenty of projects and tutorials to get you started or help you along the way. 

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