I will admit that I'm stealing the title from a comment on Shams post, New Spring Vogues, Hurry, Hurry for Sale! Robin, who authors the blog, A Little Sewing, said that she's ended up making all of her clothing. And my thought to her comment was, well of course you are, because the clothing you make fits you so well.
I know that I'm making about 95% of what I wear...jeans and some sweaters being the exception...but it made me wonder. How many sewists aim to sew EVERYTHING that they wear? How many sewists sew more than half of what they wear? And if you don't sew the majority of what you wear, what percentage do you sew? Finally, how many of you strive to sew your entire wardrobe? Is this a pie in the sky dream since retail is so easily purchased? Or do we as sewists use our bodies as a canvas to showcase our work and our talent?
This is the Question of the Day people, so talk back to me!
...as always, more later!