Category Archives: Tutorials

Who’s ready for another Ogden Cami hack? The version I’m showing you today is a peplum top that I made a month ago, but forgot to take pictures of! Anyway, its an easy peasy modification that can take you from a light summer top to a dress! I like to pair mine with my favorite…

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I’m so excited to bring you a brand new tutorial today. I’ve been working on this for a shamefully long time, but its ready and I suppose now is as good a time as any to share! DuckaDilly fabrics has partnered with me to bring this project to you, so I’ll be linking to some…

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Hemming is that step that’s always such a drag for me. I guess its the equivalent of binding a quilt for some, but I love that step in quilting and always do it by hand. But there’s something about hemming garments, especially with curved seams that is just loathsome. Well, it used to be that…

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I have been on a serious Ogden making kick. Everyday Layla asks me how many I plan to make that day. Yep, it’s that addicting. But good addicting. It’s a great staple piece for the wardrobe and a great stash buster. I’ve been using so many fabrics I love but didn’t have a purpose for…

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I love making clothes, but for the longest time, storing the pattern pieces in a way that made sense baffled me. I tried rolling. I tried keeping them flat. And I always misplaced the instructions. It seemed like they just took up a ton of room, and going back to reuse one was a long…

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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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