|A 1930s UFO – it’s not made well, but it’s made!|
The year thus far has been a rollercoaster (understatement), and my sewing adventures have been rather manic-depressive – great big swings between “sew all the things” and “I haven’t entered my sewing room in longer than I can remember.”
A lot of us are feeling this way right now. I’m on a semi-upswing of sewing. I do about a good day’s worth, then lose energy to continue, but even in that stripped-back way I’m getting things done, and drawing benefit from the creative time.
|My “big” project of 2020 – pulling this 1760s sacque out of its plastic bag and pushing it through to completion.|
I don’t have tips for you on how to re-energize and get back to sewing. I’d just like to share the things I’ve made this year, and what I’m kindof working on right now…
Things I’ve Made/Finished…
- 1630s Dutch Lobster-Bodice
- 1890s Linen Blouse
- 1930s Dotty Old Lady Dress
- Green Late 1930s Day Dress
- 1760s Robe a la Francaise
- 1890s Linen Cycling Jacket
|1730s Robe Volante in progress – this is pretty much a hot mess at the moment.
|1890s Shirtwaist. I look hopeful for the future. LOL.|