KCWC: Color Block Striped Tee

I decided I needed a little quicker project, after the pants I worked on the past couple of days. One that wasn’t quite as detail oriented. So obviously a striped T-shirt is the way to go! This shirt is made with a combination of striped, knit fabric I scored from a rummage sale and an … Continue reading KCWC: Color Block Striped Tee

KCWC: Corduroy Pants

KCWC is slow-going these days. Apparently children think that napping is optional during this week. Mama does not agree. But nonetheless, we have pants! These pants are a modified version of the Nowhere Man pants pattern. You can see a previous pair that I’ve sewn here. I used a dark green, thinner corduroy from JoAnn’s. … Continue reading KCWC: Corduroy Pants

the pants that took over KCWC

Every Kids’ Clothing Week Challenge I am overly ambitious.  My to-sew list is always much longer than I could realistically accomplish.  And this year was no exception. These pants were a labor of love.  I usually crank pants out pretty quickly [once you get the hang of them, they really don’t take that long to … Continue reading the pants that took over KCWC

KCWC – take two!

This will be the second year I’m participating in the Kid’s Clothing Week Challenge over at Elsie Marley.  The idea is that for an hour each day you sew clothing for your kids.  I have been slacking in the clothing-making department, so I need this challenge!  My boys desperately need some summer clothes.  And hopefully … Continue reading KCWC – take two!

Upcycled Adventure Tee: pattern anthology make (believe) collection

Today is the last day of the latest Pattern Anthology collection, Make (Believe). I sewed up an Adventure Tee, and I can’t wait to sew the rest of the collection! The Adventure Tee has a bunch of different options, and it’s perfect for boys or girls — the whole collection is! Short and long sleeves, … Continue reading Upcycled Adventure Tee: pattern anthology make (believe) collection