2016 is one of those years we will always remember for it’s tragic events, raising lack of humanity/ compassion for the most vulnerable in our society (and world).
But for me, 2016 will always be one of the mot important years in my life – it’s the year my son was born.
Thus a big change in my priority’s (and time/energy) leaving my sewing somewhat on the backwater.
And taking into account that I had a 6 months hiatus from sewing last winter(Oct 2015 – April 2016) there is a miracle I managed anything at all. But I did actually finish a few items both before and after my delivery in June.
And here they are:
Viscose 1790s Roundgown (both with and without baby-bump)
Jackets, bodys, pants, hats and rompers several of each.
A hat and shirt for a newborn
Henry VIII Costume
(not yet posted about)
1950s turquoise viscose dress:
I’ve also finished a few minor projects like, hemming skirts/pants, sewing curtains/pillows, adjusting dresses etc.
And as always I have a few things on their way which I didn’t manged to finish before the new year (but which hopefully will be completed in he following months).
Al in all I think I did pretty well with my 3 mayor project, which all has been on my wishlist for quite some time.
2 thoughts on “2016 in Review”
I think you have sewed quite a lot. At least a lot more than me!
The items you did create even with your time off were quite numerous and most impressive! I love historical sewing, but I am so loving the things you made for your little man!! Can’t wait to see what 2017 brings!