Believe it or not, the reason why I mend (and sometimes make) my kid’s clothes is not the money. Making clothes, even fixing them is not always cheaper. It is simple, today “time is money” and everyone who’d sewn anything in their life will know that it takes time even to make the simplest thing. […]Read more, you know you want to!
As you can see in the photos, P is not into posing for me anymore. He had to do it, because I made these oil cloth aprons for his kindergarten so he felt somewhat obliged to put it on, but not really enough to put on his model face too. These were surprisingly simple to […]Read more, you know you want to!
It sounds pretty bold to say you have a remedy for colic and it is also a lie. However, my both kids had bad cases of colic and while with P the only thing that helped (and we tried everything) was to physically squeeze out the air from his tummy, the only thing hat helped […]Read more, you know you want to!
For Hungary and Croatia today was the last day of the first week of school. I don’t have school kids yet, which is why I can still be enjoying my summer vacation in September, but before I left to spend my 3 weeks in Croatia, I made two drawstring backpacks for two kids (my friend’s […]Read more, you know you want to!
You know when you get a piece of clothing for your kids but you can’t really picture them wearing it, or at least not in that actual form? These striped pajamas are too big for the baby, and too short and weird shaped for the boy, but you like the fabric. It looks good and […]Read more, you know you want to!
I made this softie during nap time, for the baby boy we went to visit yesterday. Very simple project from an old Ikea Fredrika fabric with tree prints. Note: stump needs to be made wider otherwise it will fold over because it can’t keep the weight of the tree top. P woke up and had […]Read more, you know you want to!
As the title says, I think I am awesome! My whole life I was freaked out of sewing with knits. I started a while ago with some upcycles and it really wasn’t that bad at all. But to make a T-Shirt was impossible to imagine for me. I thought I needed a serger, my machine […]Read more, you know you want to!
I discovered Sophie and Cirque Du Bebe through stuff n’ stay for creative play tutorial, and I’ve been hooked ever since. The stuff she sew for her boys is always amazing. I’ve been known to sit and wait, nervously hitting the f5 button on my computer to see what her next entry for KCWC will […]Read more, you know you want to!
Meet Carla from Small & Friendly. Why do you do KCWC? Because it gives me the extra push I need to complete a few of the many sewing projects on my ever growing to do list. And I feel so inspired by all of the amazing clothes people create for their little ones. How many […]Read more, you know you want to!
Hello there my KCWC friends, mingling is continuing with Jacq from BEGINwithB. I’d definitely let my people talk to her people. Her boys wear pink! My boys wear pink too! I love boys in pink! For a year or so I followed KCWC, watching the things that people made and being so inspired but too […]Read more, you know you want to!