Fun, Fun, Fun!!
The last two days of camp have been so much fun! All campers have completed at least two projects. I am so proud of all of them!
This is a big, huge TAA - DAA moment for this 7th grader. She finished her robe and it is simply beautiful! The workmanship is very professional-it took a long time and a lot of work, but it was well worth it!
Look at that neat and even stitching!
This is a project to be proud of!
Then we have this super cute bat stuffie. One of the things that makes this so fun and special is the fact that there are pipe cleaners inserted into channels in the wings making them posable.
This camper worked hard selecting just the right fabrics for her quilt and for her backing. Such a great job!
This camper brought in her favorite stuffie and wanted to make an article of clothing. Without a pattern, she decided to make a robe.
It's just sooo cute!! And it fits perfectly!
This 7 year old worked really hard on her backpack. She has no prior sewing experience and it turned out really well. Can you tell she is thrilled!!
Another young camper with no prior sewing experience finishes a backpack in no time. Great job!
This 7th grader made this pillow for her grandparents - it is a special food item that they love. Isn't that sweet?
O.K. I have to admit that I simply love these jammies. I have been wanting one of my students to make some jammie pants since I started teaching sewing. Now they have been made and they are as cute as I had envisioned them - maybe cuter because of the fabric that was chosen!
They have these perfect little pockets on the sides - Gotta love the contrasting fabric!