I started one more project that I thought I MIGHT squeeze in before KCWC ended, but I realized I didn’t have the right buttons and I wouldn’t have been able to photograph it till tonight anyways. So I’ll share that with you later this week and just call it a wrap for my first KCWC.
I finished 4 projects last week and feel like I was super productive. Not just with sewing, but with photographing and blogging too. Sometimes I’ll sew something and maybe even take pictures, but who knows when they’ll get transferred to my computer. And blogging about it? That’s a big maybe. Writing a blog post takes me FOREVER. So it was a good challenge to not only sew quickly, but also try and take less photos and blog faster as well. There’s no way I could ever keep that kind of schedule up for good, but it was fun to try.
So here’s a little recap of my projects:
Shirt to Skirt RefashionOriginal pattern
Fabric: Thrifted shirt
Every Little Thing pattern for the bodice
Original pattern for the body + felt bow pin
Fabric: Gray and white striped cotton
Chambray Summer ShortsOriginal pattern
Phew! KCWC is certainly a nice way to whip up a new spring/summer wardrobe for your little one! Thanks to Meg from Elsie Marley for hosting such a fun and motivating sewing event and to all the other participants for SO. MUCH. AMAZING. INSPIRATION!
Alright, now back to sewing . . .