2011: The Rundown
After nearly a full year of blogging about sewing and the like, it’s time to show off how awesome my counting and graph making abilities are! Everyone loves a good end of year bar graph.
First, a month by month comparison. It’s obvious I was sick of school after I graduated in May so most of that month was spent sewing, but the summer time is always my most productive… for sewing that is. December looks deceptively productive, but actually most of that is just crafty projects.
Next up, a comparison of the types of projects I completed. I don’t know why I sew so many dresses, I don’t wear them that often. But I’m pretty sure for nearly every dress made, an unwanted one was taken out of my closet, so it’s all good. I did try to focus on tops purposefully since I wear jeans and tops ALL the time, this theme will most likely continue into 2012.
And finally, the pattern companies I sewed from. I have the most patterns from Burda, Butterick, McCall’s, Simplicty, and Vogue because they’re the most easily accessible where I live (well, not Burda but that’s subscription) so it’s obvious that those would be the patterns I end up sewing from the most. I have found several new independent designers that I’d like to sew from more next year (Pattern Runway, Salme, Victory Patterns).
That was fun, wasn’t it? Maybe not for you, but for definitely for me.