I can't believe Kids Clothes Week is officially over! What a whirlwind. I'll do a recap post next week to show you in more detail what I whipped up! :)
Here's what I worked on the last few days of KCW!
Here it is hanging up, looking like weird pants:
Emmy loves this sweater! She just started gymnastics (squee!) so this will come in so handy on cool mornings when we head into the gym. It's so great because it's a mock-wrap - easy on, easy off! No fuss at'all. I'll be making more of these, you can count on that!
This one is sewn in a space-dyed sweater knit, from where I can't recall! I'm getting so bad at that, I need to start keeping better track of where I procure my fabs. Yeah, me and fabric are so tight, we have nicknames for each other.
Then, in between all the kids sewing, I snuck in a little selfish-sewing pattern test for Sew Much Ado! Stay tuned for THAT action. I wore this top all day yesterday, then to work today. Yeah. It's good.
Then, since my serger was still loaded with grey thread from the sweater (lol), I opted to make ONE MORE Skater Dress! This is number 4, people. Here's one and two, and here's three.
This one is in a slinky grey knit, with neon yellow lightweight sweater knit binding:
This dress. THIS. DRESS. I can't say enough about it and it's designer, Amanda.
The Skater Dress is the dress for us. Not frilly, yet still feminine; not hard to make, yet still great-looking. Best dress ever.