Sewing seems to have slowed down lately, not because of lack of interest or a shortage of things waiting to be sewn, but because other things have taken priority due to a long awaited weather break. However, because this blog was reborn to log my sewing projects months by month I need to tot up just exactly what was sewn during May.
First up was this wool and cashmere coat for India, my great grand-daughter followed by this plaid shirt for her younger brother Jude.
I also sewed a button thru’ olive green cotton skirt for me – yet to be photographed, a white cotton crepe shirt for my daughter Deborah [which I forgot to photograph before giving it to her] and finally the apricot tunic shirt for my grand-daughter Harri.
Not such a big total as previous months perhaps, but one more than April I think.
“Not such a big total as previous months” it’s not quantity, it’s quality and that includes how much it will be loved and worn. I think you’re onto a winner with these three.
Thanks for putting it in perspective for me! As usual you’re quite right, I did say I was going more for quality didn’t I? –