day three: kcw may 2016

day three: kcw may 2016

Welcome to day three of Kid’s Clothes Week! The weather is heating up in these parts and that means my children’s wardrobe will soon be whittled down to two things: shorts and t-shirts. 1. biscuits by Brittney 2. chicken tee by Caitlin Betsy 3. chambray pullover by Angela 4. beach cover up by Elena Sometimes they mix […]

day two: kcw may 2016

day two: kcw may 2016

Welcome to day two of Kid’s Clothes Week! 1. school bus tank by Kristi 2. cloud 9 gathered skirt by Sylvia 3. honeycomb maillot by Masha 4. I want to be like you by Zoe  For the most part I try to keep KCW season-less–even though we have one each season;) I’m trying not to exclude […]

day one: kcw may 2016

day one: kcw may 2016

Welcome to the first day of the rest of Kid’s Clothes Week! These amazing sewers not only signed up, but got busy sewing already! Check out all the amazing garments already made in the KCW project pool. 1. mario overalls by Ann 2. vintage tinny by Natalie 3. kitty cat dress by Caitlin Betsy 4. neon solis […]

kcw and me: Cherie

kcw and me: Cherie

Hello! I’m Cherie from you & mie and while I don’t really blog anymore, KCW was a big part of my former life as a kids sewing blogger, as it probably has been for so many of you. I’m honored to be here to reflect back on what KCW has meant to me as it […]

kcw and me: brienne

kcw and me: brienne

Brienne Moody here, reporting from the north shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota, USA. I have a sleepy little blog over here: briennemoody.typepad.com and I post daily about what I’m working on here: instagram.com/brienne_moody Guys, I have profound feelings about you all and Meg and about Kids Clothes Week. Making kids clothes as a part of […]

kcw and me: Molly

kcw and me: Molly

Hey, guys! I’m Molly, from Life With Zeke. This is so exciting for me to get to share my KCW experience. It’s been amazing to watch this challenge grow into this awesome community. I love being a part of it! My first KCW was back in October of 2012. I used it as an excuse […]