Friday, March 4, 2011

Little Stitcher

I got to sew on my challenge quilt a bit tonight and I like the way it's coming together so far. Once I start sewing, it's hard not to just go all night, into the wee hours of the morning. 
Needle in Action
Jenna likes to do everything related to a project in one sitting too. I love the little Chicken Socks books that Klutz Books publishes and I found this sewing one. She has been asking me to sew for a while now and I thought this looked like something she would enjoy.
Super Simple Sewing
With some guidance, she was able to put all of the little projects together pretty easily. 

First projects
The plastic needle that was included was very easy for her to use. I'm planning on taking some felt or cardstock and punching holes in it so she can make some other things.

If you have little ones, are they taking an interest in sewing? How are you finding ways to involve them?


randi said...

how sweet!

my 9 year old has her own sewing machine and she goes in and out of sewing love. right now she is out and drawing is #1. sewing will be back in the limelight soon, i am sure. :)

Pippa said...

Wonderful! You must be so proud. I can't wait to teach my kids how to sew (in a few years, when I actually have kids lol).


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