(This post is incredibly belated, but as I like to say: B-L-T-N.)
Whew! April is over. This has been a great month, personally and creatively. I’ve learned some things, impressed myself, and achieved some goals.
Focus is more important than inclusion. Sexy Month, though it seemed like a good idea, totally clashed with the theme and tone of this blog. I’m glad I tried it because blogging is about experimentation, but I doubt I’ll do ‘sexy’ on this blog again.
It’s not possible to blog daily while working full time and taking on arts jobs!
I accomplished three of the goals I set for April: I’ve begun photographing my makes within days of making them; I took professional action by costuming a play; and I have been taking progress photos of my makes, though I have no clue what to do with them. I may have also cut into five pieces of fabric, but I’m not really sure. However much I sewed in April, I felt quite happy with.
(These will be May/June goals, since I’m writing this so late in the month.)
1. Schedule time for reading the sewing and personal style blogs I currently follow.
2. Link to all those wonderful ladies!
3. Continue to photograph progress and completion of projects.
4. Take two professional actions; one big, one small.
5. Review one magazine issue.
6. Find events to wear my fancier me-mades. (Like this one.)
7. Give away some sewing.
8. Find and post about happenings in the sewing blogosphere.
9. Explore a new form of social media. (added 5/29)