While the weather was miserable for most of the month, my sewjo was on fire so I got a lot of sewing done.
I shared the following:
Denim Simplicity 8687 - finished February 1st
Style Arc Mildred Jumpsuit - finished January 30th
Dover Maxidress/Coat - finished middle of January
and 2 Pembrokes that were completed but haven't made it to the blog yet.
...and a half made shirt that needs more fabric to make it work.
I bought quite a bit of fabric too. I was at 44 yards until 16 more yards showed up from Fabric Mart yesterday. BTW, I've tracked my fabric intake/output for the last couple of years. I'm not doing it this year. One reason is because I do have more storage space now. The second reason is because since I can see ALL of my fabric, it's a natural deterrent to purchasing a lot more. Now doesn't that last sentence make me sound like a liar. However, I can say that quite a bit of what was purchased lately has already been cut and is waiting to be completed.
I'm not buying fabric just because it's cute. I need a purpose for it and two of the projects I cut needed 5 yard pieces which were not in the collection. I am, however, using collection fabric too so I'm calling it all good.
The blue collection sewing is proceeding and more of those pieces are being worked on now hopefully making it to the blog soon. Weather and my pandemic mood is definitely playing a part in picture taking.
However, since my sewjo is back I wanted to document my sewing progress.
...as always more later!