Tag: sewing goals

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2018 Year in Review

The 2018 year in review is going to be different than 2017’s. Last year I had a review of only my wins. For 2018 I want to review the misses AND the wins. But instead of calling them “fails,” I’m going to think of them as “course corrections.” I was …
Sewing

Feb18 Recap

For the second month in a row, I feel like I spent ALL OF MY FREE TIME at the sewing machine. I have finally started forcing myself to take an hour long lunch break and just stop completely once my husband gets home from work. I don’t know when I …

Feb18 #SigCOTM Inspiration: Amethyst

This month I wanted to take a deeper dive into why I’m doing a color-focused project. I’m the type of person who eats with her eyes. If something looks appealing, I WANT! And by “eat” I mean “consume.” Whether it be food or fabric, beautiful things call to me. And …
Sewing

Jan18 Recap

I gave myself some lofty goals for January. I was super excited for the new year, and that added to my ambitions. And I’m proud to say I’ve met most of my goals! The plans were: SWAP cardigan and skirt: Accomplished…but they both turned into non-wearable muslins due to all …

Joggers for Her – Simplicity 8268

The upside of a unisex pattern is the twofer deal: one for him and one for me. The major upside of fitting into the same size as your husband is using his muslin as your finished piece. For the non-sewist, a muslin is a “practice” piece made to ensure fit. …

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