the first KCW of 2016!

the first KCW of 2016!

The new year is here and there is a new season of KCW to go with it! Out with the old, in with the new. Out with thinking this or that pattern is too hard for you to sew; out with the idea that “you don’t sew knits”; out with lying on the couch looking […]

our wonderful winter sponsors

our wonderful winter sponsors

KCW would quite literally not exist without the support of our sponsors. I know when a company I like supports something I feel strongly about then I’m extra happy to buy from them. All of these companies stand proudly behind our beloved KCW! 1. Scientific Seamstress 2. Paisley Roots Designs 3. Urban Sew (formerly the Fabric […]

why I sew: Sarah

why I sew: Sarah

It’s Sarah from The Crazy Tailor back again with the last post for this season’s Kid’s Clothes Week! I’ve definitely not been leading by example for the actual sewing portion of this season. I did have good intentions, but you know, life and all. I’ve been enjoying reading the various thoughts and motivations of my […]

why I sew: Holly

why I sew: Holly

Hello again! It’s Holly from Hamster and the Bee, returning for my last post (*sniff) this season. I’ve really enjoyed writing and  sharing and sewing with all of you! Your beautiful projects and encouraging comments have been such an inspiration to me, and I hope that I’ve been able to return the favor just a little […]

why i sew: saskia

why i sew: saskia

Hi all, it’s Saskia from Vera Luna again, with my final guest post. This week, each of the contributors will write about why they sew, and today it’s my turn. Over the past few days, I’ve been pondering about this question, and I realized that there are several answers. M sweater, Luuk hat First, I sew and […]

mistakes: sarah from the crazy tailor

mistakes: sarah from the crazy tailor

Hey all! Sarah from The Crazy Tailor here to (gasp!) tell you about my mistakes! Ha. It’s a book I could write. As creatives, you know that mistakes are what change us. They push us to try again, be problem-solvers, get even MORE creative. So let’s keep this positive – we need to make mistakes […]