In todays vlog, Im chatting about my sewing plans for 2020, how my 2019 #makenine challenge turned out and a few fun sewing challenges that you can participate in the new year. Even though Im not always great at sticking to a plan, I love making plans for the sheer excitement and anticipation they bring. Planning is a great way to thoughtfully decide what youd like to make whether thats based on need, or skills youd like to learn or even just that irresistible urge to make something fun.
Ive been doing the Make Nine Challenge for a few years now and its a nice way to plan my project for the next year. Ive never managed to sew everything on my list because I frequently change my mind or get distacted but I still enjoy making the list. This year Im bringing my three unmade items from 2019 over in to 2020 and adding three more. That leave three empty slots but Im sure Ill be able to fill them eventually.
For more info on the pieces that I did finish check out the blog posts:
My #makenine list for 2020 is:
Falda Jacket by Pattern Fantastique
Flynn Jacket by In the Folds
Free Range Slacks by Sew House 7
Ginger Jeans by Closet Case Patterns
Clover Dress by Papercut Patterns (I couldnt find this on their website so maybe its no longer available?)
Wattle Skirt by Megan Nielsen
And Im leaving three open spots for whatever strikes my fancy when the new year arrives. I already have a few new patterns that I want to develop but those will be kind of secret for right now.
If youre interested in the Sew My Style challenge, you can learn more about it here. As I mentioned in the video, its a really fun year long challenge and my Ali Sweatshirt pattern will be featured in November.
By the way, if you like to record your plans and makes in a physical journal or notebook, I now have two printable sewing planner designs in the shop. I love using my planner and the free calendar to plan my year and keep a record of my makes. Links below to check out the planners.6.95 Add To Cart 6.95 Add To Cart