1. Fiyel Levent 2. Made by Rae 3. Clever Charlotte 4. Tea Collection 5. Babushka Girl 6. Figgy’s 7. Magpie Patterns 8. My Poppet 9. Wink Handmade 10. Ida Pearle 11. Threadbias 12. The Wildwood Flower 13. Vistaprint 14. Not So Mellow Designs 15. Re-New 16. shiny happy world
First the sponsors of KCWC need a round of applause! There are so many wonderful shops, artists, and bloggers up there who helped make kids clothes week a success. Often when I am looking around online shops–for fabric or patterns or just nice things–I instinctively say, “Oh, that costs too much, I’m not going to buy it,” but then I stop and remind myself that most of these are women like me, working hard to make and promote handmade goods. Rather than thinking of it as just buying something, I think of it as, in part, donating to the handmade movement: creating beautiful things with thoughtfulness and intention. You are also helping out a young entrepreneur. Everybody wins!
1. color theory top 2. rabbit pajamas 3. train flashback tee 4. urban duck hoodie 5. obscure animals alphabet t-shirt 6. alligator pants 7. sandbox pants, flashback tee 8. dino flashback tee 9. peek-a-boo stripes 10. quiet cats lazy days skirt 11. t-shirt to dress refashion 12. I’m on a boat 13. sunki dress 14. gray boy shorts 15. cloud hopping tee 16. sleepover pajamas
Everybody won this kcwc with all the fantastic handmade clothes that got made this week. With 600 participants, the flickr pool was overflowing with beautiful garments everyday. I could almost feel the creative energy of all of us sewing together, even though we are scattered across the globe! Even if nothing turned out the way you wanted, or everything didn’t get finished, or the pants are a leeeetle too tight, I hope you are inspired to make more clothes for your children.
I would love it if you told me what you thought of this kcwc: what could be better? what you liked the most? what more you do want out of kcwc? what is the worst bit? Anything, I want to hear it all!