Halloween has us feeling nostalgic for days gone by, which is why we're bringing you stories on vintage clothing, timeless costumes and some seriously adorable kids' coats. They're by Handmade Charlotte for Anthropologie and feature classic silhouettes with charming details. Can they make them in adult sizes, please?
Craft Bits — Handmade Kids Clothes At Anthro, Vintage Giveaway, Handmade Costumes
For the full scoop on Handmade Charlotte, visit ChildMode.
That's what the New York Times is saying, at least. Some people, it turns out, are tired of seeking out handmade and vintage objects to decorate with. We say: More for us, then! What do you think?
To make your decision, visit The New York Times.
It's every vintage-lover's dream ... a museum is giving away (OK, selling away) clothes from their archives! The catch? The museum is in Wales. Maybe it's time for us to take a trip?
Get your envy on by checking out the full story about the vintage clothing giveaway at the BBC.
Times Free Press
We've grown tired of the trite roundups of, shall we say, obviously unseemly Halloween costumes. Which is why we were happy to see this news piece on how handmade costumes are catching on among kids and grown-ups alike. This Little Red Riding Hood and wee Strawberry Princess? Too cute. Will you be making your own costume this year?
Read the full story for more ideas on handmade costumes, in the Times Free Press.
We're always hoping for a sewing trend to kick off the same way knitting and crochet did in the past. But still, no dice. However, there's hope in the form of small groups who are getting together to teach basic sewing skills for newbies, like Brooklyn's Sewing Rebellion. We think that the emphasis on mending rather than executing challenging patterns might win over more people, so thumbs up to them.
Read more on Sewing Rebellion and other sewing groups in The Herald News.