A Kids Sew Camp for Classmates

It’s happening again! Another crazy-fun Kids Sew Camp this week, and this one has been a blast from day 1. Our projects for the week are a color-banded gathered skirt, an infinity scarf, and yet-to-be-made pajama pants. And keep in mind most of these young ladies have barely any sewing hours under their belts.

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Oops. How am I going to ask Miss Maris my question with all this string cheese in my mouth?

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

A small dance party might have happened sometime this week. 🙂

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Miss C! You are one crazy-straight stitcher!! Seriously UH-mazing work, darling!

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Check out the ADORBS skirts and infinity scarves these 3 cuties finished up today. And Miss C, I just love that big, proud smile on your face!!

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Sewing takes con-cen-tray-shun!

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

PUH-leeze! More agua, por favor!

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Hmmm. Is this the best square for my quilt design?

Just before heading home for the afternoon, we gathered outside for a quick fashion shoot. Thank goodness our Seattle weather is cooperating!

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Sister! Your scarf!

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Six proper young lovelies all lined up in a row and primped for photos.

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Starting to work it now…..

Kids Sew Camp with Sew Maris

Hahahaha! Losing it!

Nothing warms my heart like sewing with these young ladies. We’ve had a barrel of fun so far, and I’m pretty sure they learned a few things about operating a sewing machine. Now just to get those PJs finished up tomorrow!

Happy sewing!

Maris

 

 

 

 

2 Responses to A Kids Sew Camp for Classmates

    • It is such a fun project to add, and the kids love them. Most of them used 1/2 yard of 60″ wide fabric – one little gal used 2 different fabrics (1/4 yard each) which was really cute too.

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