kids clothes week spring 2011

April 14th, 2011

Spring is here and my kids have no clothes to wear. Well not really, but definitely not enough cute, springtime ones. KCWC to the rescue! If you have no idea what I’m talking about, that is completely understandable. KCWC stands for Kids Clothes Week Challenge. It’s one week (I’m sure you figured that out) where we commit to sew one hour a day for 7 days. Sewing clothes, of course, for our kids!  Or other people’s kids, but not your inner child and absolutely not your canine child.

Sound good? Want to make a big pile of little skirts and dresses and shorts and bow ties? Because a lot can happen in a week if you put in a little time each day. And with hundreds of people sewing along with you and cheering you on, well, you can’t help but make great stuff! So leave a comment on this post to tell me you are in! Then grab a button and post it on your blog (if you’ve got one) to spread the word. You can even head over to the elsiemarley flickr group to check out past KCWC and join so you can post for this one.

If you’d like to know a little more about KCWC, hop on over to the FAQ page. Then hop back here and sign up!


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452 Responses to kids clothes week spring 2011

  1. Jamie Olander says:

    I just learned about this from grosgrain fabulous, and I am in!

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  5. Kate says:

    So, I’m new to all this, how to do you want us to share photos of what we made, on flicker? If so, how many can we share and what not? Thanks!

  6. Kate says:

    Ok figured it out. But I didnt realize we were to post pictures daily. Grr. Oh well! hahaha

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  15. Sertyan says:

    I just realized that I needed to sign up here. I did participate, but was late in signing up! I managed to do a sew along for the KCWC Challenge!

  16. Mrs Biddle says:

    Okay, so I’m completely late to sign up. But only just found out about KCWC so have been doing my own a week late! You have a lovely blog – lots of inspiring ideas which are much welcome as I am expecting a little boy this weekend. Mrs B x

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