2010 was a great year for sewing. Let's take a look at what resulted from hours at the sewing machine:
I figured out the proportions of my current flag garlands in both the triangle flag & the scalloped varieties. I also made a picnic blanket.
I guess that there wasn't any sewing in February, but in March I made sundresses for the girls, bunny softies for Easter & an oilcloth lunch bag for the Mister.
Continued making embroidered animal softies in April & I created a tiger & a moustached bear. I also made a sewing machine cover & re-purposed some adult t-shirts into nightgowns for the kids.
In May I was able to make a cute picnic dress for Claire & I finished the custom king sized happy quilt for a client.
Three tiered skirts for both Sadie & I in June. Plus a gorgeous vintage sheeting blanket & lots of flag garlands.
July saw another sundress for Sadie & a monochromatic scalloped garland.
August was pretty awesome. Seems I was all about using my vintage sheeting linens for burp cloths & a cool pillow.
Was this my favorite vintage sheeting quilt ever? Perhaps. I also loooove this texture quilted pillow.
Our first family themed Halloween costumes. Definitely glad that I made our costumes again this year.
I put Mr. Bearington on a little tote bag.
I finally made my kids an advent calendar, which they really loved all month & I made baby rattles for Christmas gifts.
Whew! I really love to look back over the previous year to see all that I was able to make with the help of my scissors & sewing machine. I love filling my home & life with things I've created & making a living selling my handmade goods is really a dream. Thanks for indulging me with a look back. Makes me excited to see what will be sewn next year. :)