Mindy and I did a Holiday Challenge this year, started in February. Here's my report:
February: heart pillows.
March: Dr. Seuss print clothes for all my girls.
April: JE's birthday dress, because birthdays are holidays!
May: SM's birthday dress.
June: Nine Independence Day skirts for my 5 girls and 4 of their cousins.
July-August-September: the bottom fell out on my sewing mojo, and I did nothing for any holidays. That's when I need to start working on Halloween costumes and Christmas gifts, actually. In August, I was hoping to get a picnic blanket put together for Labor Day out of cut-up jeans. I started cutting old worn-out jeans one day in my living room with my kids "helping," and then the scissors had to get put away when JE started giving haircuts. We still have some extra-choppy bangs going on.
October: birthday dresses for RG and TA (and I started the Sew All 26 alphabet challenge. Always looking for something new to motivate myself!)
November-December: All the sewing for the Christmas gifts, which I just posted in my C and D alphabet posts.
These review posts are helping me organize my thoughts and see where I did well and where I need to improve. Hooray that I completed so many sewing projects! And I'm really glad I met the target of making birthday dresses for all 5 of the girls. For another round of the Holiday Challenge, I think it would be better for me to choose what holidays I'm going to work on through the year and some project ideas for each, all in one big list so I'm not trying to come up with new ideas all the time. The planning is what trips me up on a lot of things.