KCWC day 2 - a workout for the seam ripper

Day 2 of Kids' Clothes Week Challenge: Bit of a busy day, so today's effort was something easy that I've made many times before: a peasant blouse, as modelled by little Miss Fidget:Not that my sewing machine was wanting to cooperate. It was having one of those days, where it tried to chew things up at every opportunity.One light and airy top for summer. Now I'm off to find something to make tomorrow.

Take care.

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful top! This is just the sort of kids clothing I like - simple but still cute. It reminds me that I have a similar pattern, you've inspired me to dig it out :-)

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  2. I'm really impressed with everyone cimmitting to KCW - I know my limitations ;-)

    Your dress and top have been lovely - can't wait to see what you come up with tomorrow!

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  3. Love the blue gingham. I always loved the gingham summer dresses girls wear to school in the UK...!

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  4. I love this, however simple it may be, I think everything should be in gingham! Can't believe how you're racing through this challenge, I'm still working on my Number 1 !

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  5. Beautiful! I remember days that I've struggled with an ornery machine - no fun - but the result is so cute!

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  6. So adorable! I've been there with my sewing machine when it's being finicky. Great result.

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  7. Cute and comfy - perfect for summer!

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  8. I still think this is one very cute pattern. The top looks great. (Just hand her an icecream and she could be an add for summer!) Were there any earth tremors this time?

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  9. Oooh I absolutely adore this little one! Every gal needs a peasant blouse.
    ps. Miss Fidget is one of the best kid nicknames I've heard in ages… it's really the best name for every single kid under 6…(nb. I may revise this age group when my 6 yr gets older) : )

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