It's day five of Elsie Marley's Kids Clothing Week Challenge. And I now have something to show for it. Where did day's two to four go you might ask? To a crapload of tracing and fabric cutting!
I've decided I generally dislike fabric cutting, and I'm also super slow at it. It's kinda a downer, after the excitement of finding awesome fabric and a great pattern, you then have to risk life and limb but cutting into said fabric, hoping desperately that you'll do it right and the finish product will look great, and that you don't later realize you had some other different and potentially more awesome project to use that fabric with. BUT when the project gets finished and it looks awesome, all is sunny happy times again! yay!
So speaking of sunny, I cut into some of my super cute stash fabric (in this case some Kokka trains, and Sherbet pups by Aneela Hoey for Moda) and made Squiggles red pants! That's right, red pants. The red was my first experience with Kona cotton... soooo much nicer than the standard cotton available at my local chain fabric store!
Pattern seems to be a perennial favourite of many sewers, Anna Maria Horner's Quick Change Trousers from Handmade Beginnings. My first attempt at them and they were pretty darn easy.
I made the Size 2, which I knew would be long of Squiggles, and boy was a right! But hey, he'll grow into them eventually.
So That's all I have to show for KCWC so far, not much, but many more things are now cut out ready for the upper of sewing them together!! If I'm lucky I'll finish one more thing before Sunday, but I'm not holding my breath!