wrap up: kcw oct 2014

wrap up: kcw oct 2014

That’s a wrap folks! Another fantastic season of Kid’s Clothes Week has flooded the internet with creative and beautiful handmade children’s clothes. Season after season you blow me away with your creativity and your skills! Some of my favorites from the season are pictured below. The first collages showcases a beautiful and super modern fall pallette: rich […]

day six: kcw fall 2014

day six: kcw fall 2014

Welcome to day 6 of Kid’s Clothes Week! Are you still sewing strong? Are you starting to lose motivation? Maybe looking at these fabulous finished garments will give you that little push to finish what you are working on. 1. roodkapje by Lieselot 2. ponderosa dress by Brienne 3. julia sweater by Natalie 4. strawberry […]

day five: kcw oct 2014

day five: kcw oct 2014

It’s already day 5 of Kid’s Clothes Week. The project pool is positively blowing up! I want to favorite every single project in there. 1. peg the cat dress by Amy 2. a girl with freckles tee by Julie 3. tablecloth raincoat by Erin 4. catching a star by Maria  I mean would you just […]

day four: kcw oct 2014

day four: kcw oct 2014

Welcome to day 4 of Kid’s Clothes Week! You guy have taken this season’s theme, STORYBOOK, and just run with it! It’s amazing to see. All of today’s featured garment are inspired by children’s books. 1. curious george dress by Fiona 2. liberty blouse for fall by Ana Sofia 3. no m’agraden els espinacs by […]

HOW TO sew with words

HOW TO sew with words

Hello again! This is Marisa from Thirtynine, bringing you another round of pre-Kids Clothes Week inspiration. Our Kids Clothes Week blog posts until now have focussed on the visual aspects of storybooks – the people and creatures depicted in the illustrations, the look of the characters’ clothes and the colour palettes. But there’s more to […]

HOW TO be a book for halloween

HOW TO be a book for halloween

Hello, hello! I’m Tasha from Glitter+Wit. The stars are aligning for this season of Kids Clothes Week. October sewing dates + a storybook theme–are you thinking what I’m thinking? Costumes!! I’m so excited to share with you some ideas for turning your favorite your kids‘ favorite children’s books into costumes for Halloween (or everyday play). It seems […]