Today is the third day of Kid’s Clothes Week and the project pool is practically overflowing already! You guys are making amazing things. I have to say, the boys really pulled to the head of the pack today. The idea that boys’ clothes are boring to sew is finally dead in the water. WooHoo! Just look at those stylish and well made duds up there: upcycled t-shirts, rugged dungarees, corduroy hoodies! Ok, that last one might be for a girl, but switch out the lining and any boy would look handsome in it.
The finished projects are starting to roll in and seriously, you guys! I mean seriously. This stuff is amazing. The young ladies up there are wearing a mix of handmade, upcycled, self-drafted, and just plain awesome clothes.
Day one of Kid’s Clothes Week is finally here! Did you prep like crazy? Or are you going in cold (like me)? It’s always exciting to wake up the first day of kcw to some beautiful finished garments already sewn up by those in other time zones. There were cute little dresses, whole outfits, and adorable legwarmers–with a matching skirt to boot! Go check out these and all the projects on the kcw community site!
Today is the last day of giveaway week. I hope you had a good time! Maybe even discovered some new-to-you pattern makers and shops. Our last guest this week is a new-to-me shop called Monday’s Milk. Rozalinde is a the shop owner, but also a designer and young mother. She tries to design products that strike a balance between simplicity and sophistication, and also make you smile.
I’ll let her introduce you to her shop:
At MondaysMilk you’ll find a treasury of fabrics and the most gorgeous handmade goodies. The stories of this shop are first told, fresh as a dewdrop and pure as a glass of milk. Each order packaged and shipped with love and care. Over 3 years ago Rozalinde opened the doors to MondaysMilk. With an ever growing love she welcomes you in her shop, take a look, let yourself be enamored.
Welcome to day 4 of our KCW giveaway week!
Adrianna is one half of the crafty blogging team behind crafterhours. She has opened up her own shop, Hey June, and filled it with her amazing children’s wear designs. Here’s Adrianna to tell you about it in her own words:
Hey June is a growing shop for children’s pdf patterns, focusing on comfortable and modern clothing that kids will love to wear. Each design includes many options for adding your own unique touch to really make it your own. Each pattern includes fully digitally illustrated directions to make sewing simple and fun for the beginner and pro alike. Hey June donates 25% of profits to charity, so every pattern you purchase is also making a difference in the life of a child in need.
Today is day 3 of the KCW giveaway week. Our sponsor today has come all the way from Belgium. Please welcome Sharon from Zonen 09.
I am so excited to introduce you to Zonen 09. They are a small Belgian pattern company that makes sewing patterns specifically for boys clothes.
Zonen 09 is passionate about handmade boys’ clothing. We want moms all over the world to sew for their sons and not only do we want them to sew, we want them to love it. That is why we focus on designing stylish and comfortable boys’ clothes patterns with extra detailed photo tutorials making it fun and easy for all moms out there to dress their sons in unique handmade outfits.