Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Sewing for Kindergarten - Day 7

I loved Alida's and Jennifer's posts yesterday - make sure you do not miss them.

Today things are getting hilarious...consider yourself warned.
First up is our little overachiever Hayley from Welcome to the Mouse House. (No more introduction needed!)

So this is, besides obvious reasons, hilarious to me. Let me tell you why. When my daughter finished Kindergarten in June we got invited to a award show in her class. Since I'm Danish and my husband is British, we had never gone to school here in the US and had no idea there was awards involved in Kindergarten. It happened that I was chatting with Hayley the day we are going and I mentioned my award show ignorance. We get a good laugh about it - just because we are stupid like that - not because we are actually against awards....and then we have not talked about it since. 

A few days ago I suddenly got the idea that it could be fun to make a round up post from this year's Sewing for Kindergarten by giving every one of the participants some sort of more or less silly themed award....and what do I receive from Hayley the very next day....THIS!! I almost fell down from the chair, laughing so much and just shaking my head over the crazy coincidence that we both thought about it for this series. I think I will skip my idea now and just enjoy Hayley's masterpiece here. Did you notice 'Most Likely to be a Cat Lady.' (we all know how much Hayley's daughter loves cats).

Thank you Hayley (for ruining my round up post, haha).

Go see Hayley's full post HERE.

My next guest is also hilarious (in that ironic way I just luuuv).....It is Susan who blogs together with Adrianna (yes, she is hilarious too - get the theme here?!) on Crafterhours.
So the smart thing about two women blogging together is that they can deliver kindergartners every year. Thanks ladies!

Ahhhhh, I'm so in love with this dress. Somehow Susan has managed to make it look vintage and modern at the same time. I guess it is both patchwork and geometric...well, whatever it is, I'm obsessed and I wish I could go buy the pattern right now (hint hint ms super-pattern-digitalizer). And I don't know about you, but to me it looks like something more might be going on in the looks a bit like the white fabric goes down below the cut at the waistline. Hmmmmmm, need to click over RIGHT NOW!

Thank you so much Susan!

See Susan's full post HERE.


  1. I'm really loving your series! Btw: I'm sending my daughter off next year ;)


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