I wish I could already show you more of my sewing, but unfortunately I didn’t have much time to sew. I had several birthdays and occasions with gifts to prepare and a cake to bake, a short trip, cleaning the mess that I ignored while baking and short tripping, and now I am sitting at home with an upper respiratory tract infection (the internet tells me the abbreviation for this is URTI, which sounds to a German native speaker like the unbeloved Swiss aunt that is staying just a bit too long: “How is it with your aunt URTI?” – “OH she feels very well, you know, I think she will stay for another twelve cups of tea”) half of the time sleeping, the other half of the time tea drinking and netflixing (yay, finally an excuse to sign up for the free trial month!).
You know a German writes a text when there is no full stop for 7 lines!
Long story short, netflixing gets boring and I need something that is entertaining but not exhausting and so I started to think about my upcoming and want-to-sew projects and UFOs (UnFinished Objects) that are lying around here!
- The Companion Carpet Bag by Sewing Patterns By Mrs. H
- The Penny Inn by Chris W. Designs
- The Manhattan Bag by Emmaline Bags
- Dallas Vintage Duffle by Swoon (UFO!)
- Glenda Convertible Clutch by Swoon
- The Aeroplane Bag by SewSweetness
- The Trinity Bag by U-Handbag Sewing Patterns
- The Trinity Clutch by U-Handbag Sewing Patterns
- The Barcelona Satchel from “The Handmaking Bible” by Lisa Lam
- Arya by machwerk (don’t own this pattern yet)
- a key pouch for my Mom
- Everything from the book “Sahneschnittchen” by Silke Türk (German)
- Shirtdress McCalls 6696 (UFO!)
- From La Maison Victor Issue 1, Autumn 2014 (German, French or Dutch)
- From Ottobre Design Spring/Summer 02/2015
- From Ottobre Design Spring/Summer 2/2014
- Shirt Lady Mariella from mialuna (German)
- Shirt Shelly from Jolijou (German)
Wow, I am surprised how much it is! No way I am going to sew all of them or even close to all, but seeing all of the patterns in one place instead of having them on a unsorted stash might help remembering and deciding on all the patterns!
I plan going back to this list at the end of the year and recapitulate what I managed to sew up!