Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Kids Clothes Week Challenge: 2010

Last week I signed up for the KCWC at Elsie Marley, pledging to sew for an hour a day Monday to Sunday. After not sewing clothes for a long time I realised how slow I have become at it (the bulging stomach getting in the way of everything may also be a factor).

Pattern: Quick Change Trousers from Handmade Beginings by Anna Marie Horner
(These little babies are reversible... two pants in one!. The alternate side is the spots with stripey pockets)

Pattern: Burda 9793
For the Monkey, perfect for our toilet-training in progress with their elastic waistband

Pattern: Oliver & S Puppet Show (now Out of Print)
These are for Bella, and I make them without the elastic around the legs for comfort

I must admit I missed one day, the call of the Nanna Nap was too great, so last night I made up for it

My second attempt at knits, and after getting the pattern out of the mail box I had this all made up in less than 2 hours.

Pattern: Butterick 6659
Fabric: Sandi Henderson Flannel

Now I have replenished my tracing paper at a new (to me) fabric shop I dropped into on the way home (cheaper AND closer than my normal one... danger) next up I think I will start on the Oliver & S Music Box dress or Oliver & S Ice Cream dress now the patterns are here.


Kate said...

Great sewing - love this knit you used for the hopscotch top.

Ellyn said...

fabulous! I especially love the first pair of reversible pants! Awesome

Luvvie said...

You've been so productive and these clothes look great! Well done you!

meg said...

if this is "slow sewing," then you are going to need more closet space if you speed up! well done. and thanks for playing along with kcwc

kids furniture said...

I love the shorts with the pulka dots and the stripes. Nice combination of colors. Very lovely. The pulka dots makes it so attractive.