Fun was had by all, and will you check out the ADORABLE dresses made by these girls in the Beginning Knits class. The pattern we used was McCalls 6787, and all the girls made view B with lace or sheer sleeves. I love how they are all so unique, and everyone was super happy with the outcome. Leggings or jeans underneath and they are styled for the day. Cuteness! I know you can’t see any detail, but the divine Miss M. also made a darling clutch bag during “free sew”, complete with lace trim, a button, and buttonhole. She is ready to go out!
Level 1 kiddos had a great time embellishing cuffs and a water bottle cozy. I love the “I hate having my picture taken” look on Miss L’s face.
I have a new respect for photographers who shoot pix of children. How in the world do you get them all to look cute and do what you want at the same time? Herding cats would be easier. Anyway, drawstring backpacks!
Can you see the backpacks better in this shot? The girls any better? I gotta go practice shooting kid pictures. It’s hard!
In Level 1 we also made pillowcases, but managed to miss getting a picture of those competed projects. Next time!
If you are thinking about signing up your son or daughter for sew camp fun this summer, some of the sessions are already filled. Don’t delay if you want to get in on the fun too!