For Micaiah, I sewed less than last year. There is good reason. He's started to get pickier about what I make. I noticed a lot of times, I would make him something and he would NOT want to wear it, already at 3. See that cute striped sweater with the cute deer pocket... NOPE! The color blocked shorts? They were too "bulky". The belt... well, we did wear that some, but not as much as you would think, because he doesn't really need a belt. The cute deer hoodie? The zipper broke and I just haven't gotten around to fixing it. What in the world was I thinking with that last red chevron pants? NO idea. They are ridiculous and lame. NOT going to make him wear those! In fact, can we name that the weirdest item I have sewn to date, ever?! haha!
I always love some selfish sewing! In fact, I'd really like to fine tune my women's sewing this next year, so I know I will be making more once my body is back to "normal" to come!
Then, there were the random items that I sewed that didn't fit into one particular category!
But then again, I'm having a newborn in less than 11 weeks. I probably won't get anything "done". And that's okay. I think keeping a human alive counts for something!
All in all, I give God the ultimate glory for allowing me the skill to make all of these things for those I love. I love spending the time creating for my family and for others as gifts. I did a lot of embroidery projects this last year, but I don't tend to blog those since they aren't quite so "creative" as completely sewn outfits and such!