Sew Easy’s “I Made It!” first Fashion Show 2014!

Last Saturday, March 22, 2014, Arielle and Kayla joined other kids of Sew Easy For Kids Manila in its very first fashion show entitled “I Made It!”.  It was the studio’s culminating event for the year where all the students, ages 8 to 15, proudly walked down the runway wearing their very own Lounge Wear and Casuals pieces which they sewed themselves!  The event was a collaboration of supportive moms, friends, and sponsors (Brother International Philippines, California Advanced Nails and Skin Care (CANS), McDonald’s, Claire’s, Mean Green, Alabang Town Center) who made it all possible!  Ooops!  Let me correct that.   It was really the Lord who made it possible because all the pieces to put up a show just seamlessly (ehem!) fell into place in such a short period of time. And it was also the love and passion of the kids and parents to bring back the craft and life skill of sewing which made the work behind the show easier.  

Before I share some of the FUN! photos of what happened before, during, and after the fashion show, you may read more about the event here and here.

And now for the photos..

The runway!

Thank you, McDonald's, for our lunch!

Thank you, McDonald’s,
for our lunch!

Havin' their nails done by CANS :)

Havin’ their nails done by CANS :)

Time to glam up the hair!

Time to glam up the hair!

Arielle wanted a braided hairstyle :)

Arielle wanted a braided hairstyle :)

Just one of the scenes backstage:
Everyone helping out each other
with their makeup :)

 

Kayla's Night Shirt

Kayla’s Night Shirt

Kayla's Square-Neck Blouse, Denim Skirt, and Shoulder-Tie Bag  (Yup! She did all those!)

Kayla’s Square-Neck Blouse,
Denim Skirt, and
Shoulder-Tie Bag
(Yup! She made all those!)

Kayla's Pants

Kayla’s Pants

Kayla's Flowy Skirt  and Backpack

Kayla’s Flowy Skirt
and Backpack

 

Arielle's Denim Shorts

Arielle’s Denim Shorts

Arielle's Capri Pants and Backpack

Arielle’s Capri Pants and
Backpack

Arielle's V-Neck Blouse and Shoulder-Tie Bag

Arielle’s V-Neck Blouse and
Shoulder-Tie Bag

Arielle's Flowy Skirt

Arielle’s Flowy Skirt

 

The woman behind Sew Easy, Teacher Anne
del Rosario!

Everyone just clowning around after the show! :)

Everyone just clowning around after the show! :)

 

I am just so proud of these young girls and so thankful to Teacher Anne for making sewing SO FUN and SO  SEW EASY! :)

If you want to give sewing a try and discover for yourself a new craft or hobby (Believe me, it’s quite addicting!), then check out Sew Easy studio along Aguirre Avenue in BF Paranaque for their summer camp!  That will be a total of 15 hours of pure sewing fun! :)

 

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. Posted March 24, 2014 at 6:43 PM | Permalink

    Looks like super fun! I hope by the time my daughter is 8, there’s a Sew Easy studio, or something similar, in QC!

    • racquel
      Posted March 31, 2014 at 12:02 PM | Permalink

      It was FUN!!! I will let our teacher know about your comment :)

  2. Posted March 24, 2014 at 7:30 PM | Permalink

    Congrats to your daughters and their classmates on a successful show! Sorry we couldn’t make it. Was planning to drop by with the boys but we got back to Alabang so late na.
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    • racquel
      Posted March 31, 2014 at 12:03 PM | Permalink

      Thanks again, Patty! And sorry for this late reply! I need your Maltesers! :) Will let you know if the studio will come up with something again :)

  3. Posted March 24, 2014 at 8:31 PM | Permalink

    Congratulations to the girls and their parents! It’s admirable that they have sewing skills already at this young age and exciting that they got to showcase their projects
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    • racquel
      Posted March 31, 2014 at 12:05 PM | Permalink

      Sorry for the late reply, Dette! Thanks again!

      Arielle felt “bad” because she forgot daw to say that sewing is one of her crafts when she introduced herself to the group in our workshop last Saturday! She had to tell it to me 2x! :P

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