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kcw october 2013: wrap up!
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kcw: wrap up

kcw october 2013: wrap up

1. aquaman! by Jess by 2. richard scarry knight by Jacqueline 3. baby blue flashback by Kate 4. bimaa for the boy by Monica 5. mustard stripes dress by Sanae 6. komori by Dolores 7. striped skinny tee by Fiona 8. goat bimaa by Brienne 9. banjo shirt by Melissa

 

Another KCW has come and gone. I love that for a week the internet explodes with KCW goodness–amazing garments everywhere you look! And then, after cleaning up the explosion in our studios, we all settle down again, slowly plodding away at this or that project. The creative energy you guys create each season is amazing! Not to mention the beautiful clothes you create.

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kcw sponsors

1. City KidThe Fabric Shop 3. Big Little  4. Made by Rae 5. Imagine Gnats 6. Very Shannon

 

We will do our big wrap up this Wednesday so people can have time to upload all their projects to the kcw site (nudge, nudge). It was an amazing week! We could not have run such a successful KCW without our sponsors. And we are lucky to have such an amazing bunch this season!

 

kcw sponsors

1. Miss Matatabi 2. Zonen 09 3. Blank Slate Patterns 4. Mondays Milk 5. Hey June

 

We are small sewing community and we need to support each other! I think you will find all the fabrics, patterns, and handmade goods in these shops are beautiful and exceptional. After all that sewing, you deserve to get yourself something nice. Don’t you think?  😉

 

 

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kcw: day seven

kcw october 2013: day seven

1. ayashe blouse by Elke 2. school uniform cardi by Krista 3. bleached trackies by Marisa 4. less is more dress by Eva

The last day of KCW is here! You only need to put in one more hour in front of the machine (or with the seam ripper). You know that project you dread picking up because you think it’s going to take forever, then you actually pick it up and it takes no time at all? I bet there are 2 or 3 of those projects stacked up next to your sewing machine right now. Today’s the day! Just sit down and power through those hems, or necklines, or buttonholes. You can do it!

 

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