I thought it would be fun to start off the new year by thinking back on all my past sewing projects. I came up with 5 sewing projects that are favorites of mine and strongly influenced my sewing skills. Some of them took me out of my comfort zone and challenged me to learn new techniques. Others simply gave me a sense of pride and accomplishment for taking something I thought up from design to completed project.
I really enjoyed reminiscing a bit about all these projects and hope you enjoy hearing about them!
Click HERE to see what my Five Favorite Projects of All Time are!
I would love to know what your Five Fav are! Please share what your favorite projects are you’ve made in the comments or in a video response. Make sure to use #FiveFav so I can find it!
Now I have to get back to work getting ready for a Snow White themed birthday party this weekend! I will have tons of party ideas and how tos coming up soon. Until next time, Happy Sewing!
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