kids clothes week fall 2012

September 18th, 2012

The temperature has dropped and fall is finally on it’s way! It must be time for another edition of KCWC.  Kids Clothes Week Challenge is a bi-annual event here on elsie marley where I challenge you to sew one hour a day, each day for 7 days.  The idea is that we all have the urge to sew clothes for our children, but we don’t always give ourselves the time to do it.  If you commit to sitting in front of your sewing machine, or tracing patterns, or cutting fabric, for one hour each day, then at the end of the week you will have some very well dressed kids. And a very proud mama too!

If you would like to know more about kcwc you can check out the kcwc faq page. You can also head to the elsie marley flickr group to check out creations from kcwc past or see all my posts on kcwc here.

So what are you waiting for? Sign up! How do you sign up?  Just leave a comment on this post telling me that you are in. Then go tell all your friends to sign up too! Spread the word on twitter, instagram, pinterest, tumblr with the #kcwc hashtag. Slap a button on your blog or on your facebook page. Link to this post and try to get all your facebook friends who sew to join too. I bet your mom would like to be invited. Last year I think there we had almost 700 people sign up. Can we make it to 800? 900? Now I’m starting to sound like a politician! Go knock on some doors for kcwc!

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644 Responses to kids clothes week fall 2012

  1. Vanina says:

    Can I still join this challenge? I only found out about the kcwc yesterday on my facebook page….
    Thanks.

  2. Jess says:

    I’m in…slow, but I’m going on a few things!

  3. Nailaa says:

    ok this edition is now open for me too :D
    you have great idea !!

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  10. Brigita says:

    Coming late to the party, but I’ll make up for it. I’m working on several items for my kid. Will post photos soon.

  11. I know I’m late but I still want to sign in, if I can.
    I did sew last night a towel robe for my son, and I’ve been thinking on this challenge all week.

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  13. K Warr says:

    I know it’s late in the week, but I’d like to jump in if I can.

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  17. Suzie says:

    Oops. Didn’t do this bit but have already posted to the flickr group and put the button on my page. Been working away and now it’s all official. I’m in, even though the week is almost out!
    Suzie.

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