There’s a great case study of Luscious Little Somethings in the August issue of Sew Magazine that has just been published. It’s a really nice issue too because it is very child focused, but from a Mum’s point of view.
‘Beth Sutherland is the designer behind eco brand, Luscious Little Somethings, encompassing hand-dyed fabrics and yarns, as well as homemade clothing for children. Based on the desire to create organic garments for her own kids, Beth wanted to share her garments and materials with others…’
The conclusion is nice as well saying Luscious Little Somethings’ products are every bit as eye catching as they are organic and the future looks bright. We are on the same page as Oliver + S patterns.
The only addendum I would add is the cloth dolls I have been working on are based on the very lovely Dolls and Daydreams pattern, which I’ve adapted it to use with my own dyed organic fabrics and natural superwash wool stuffing as well as superwash handspun hair, all of which I’ve had tested.
You can purchase Sew Magazine or subscribe / download issues of it on your iPhone, which is what I’ve done.