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So let’s take a look at my sewing plans for winter! I really like to plan out my makes this way, where I create a mini wardrobe and stick to a certain theme. It can be workout clothes, a stash buster, basics or as in my latest video a color combination, which was not pre-planned, but the four garments have a very limited color range.
Hopefully, November and December will allow for more sewing time since all the sewing for my book is finally done. I still have a little work left on my Fehr Trade top, but that should not take more than a day. I might squeeze in a pair of matching track pants after I’ve done the top before I start tackling my winter wardrobe, we’ll see! I do look forward to sewing proper garments again and I really like the sewing patterns I’ve picked for my winter collection. Stylish but not overly complicated, with the focus being on high-quality fabrics.
Do you plan out wardrobes or just sew what you are currently feeling? I can see the merits of both approaches, but because I’m so addicted to planning that I sometimes have a hard time being spontaneous with my sewing.
Things mentioned in the video
Wendy Mullen’s Sew-U book (affiliate link)