Thursday, January 01, 2015

2014 Resewlution Wrap-up


At the start of 2014, I set a goal for myself: sew at least one garment per month for the year.  It was a low bar, but it wasn't so much about sewing 12 more garments for my wardrobe as just creating on a regular basis, even when life got busy.  Here's the big round-up of all my garments this year (click on the photo to go to the blog post):

January

February

March



April

May


June

July

August

September

October

November


December


That's about 39 garments (conservatively--I didn't count all the undies and random tee shirts that made and didn't get posted):
  • 11 tops
  • 11 dresses
  • 5 pairs of pants
  • 1 pair of shorts
  • 6 skirts
  • several pairs of underwear and a camisole
  • 2 jackets
So what's up for this coming year?  I am not taking any patternmaking/ sewing classes this year (again, they don't fit into my work schedule), but I'd like to draft a few new garments, focusing on blouses.  And I've got heaps and heaps of fabric, recently purchased, that are earmarked for various garments.  But the one thing I MUST do this year is sew a quilt for my littlest man.   That is my primary goal for 2015.

Thank you for stopping by and sharing my sewing adventures this year!  Have a happy and safe New Year!


9 comments:

  1. What a beautiful, productive year!

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  2. Great sewing production in 2014!

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  3. Renfrew cowlneck in silky wool knit in february. sigh! so pretty!

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  4. your year in sewing was fantastic!!! I am both impressed AND jealous! thanks for sharing

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  5. Woohoo! Am drooling basically from August on!

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  6. I learn so much from seeing what you make, Nicole! Great work last year and I look forward to what 2015 brings! :)

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  7. Very productive year! I'm looking forward to seeing what you make in 2015!

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  8. Wow, you were so productive! I am hoping to make one garment a month this year. I've already made a maxi dress, so I'm doing good so far!

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  9. What Kristin said! Your blog is a great place to learn and a real visual treat! happy 2015

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