February Reflections

After a blur of a January, February finally felt productive again.

The end of January wrapped up my extended New Year’s e-publications sale. By the end of the sale, over 70 publications sold, many to returning readers. This allowed me to recover from my holiday illness without stressing too much over my budget. Thank you.

February began the official spring season for the year. I filled the shop with some favorite styles and some new ones….

February wraps up the two month long series of winter millinery in Millinery Monday’s post. Be sure to check those out if you missed them. March will begin a look at the plaster millinery blocks in my collection.

Whimsy Wednesday continues with weekly chats and occasional projects. This past two weeks we made a woven ribbon pin cushion.

Projects: I have several projects rolling around in my head, enough to actually make a list:

● Delayed: Wadded Hood Pattern
● Urgent: The annual numbers thing
● Historic: 1830s stays (Redthreaded pattern tweaked)
● Historic: Straw sewing appropriate clothes to go over the above stays.
● Historic: I keep thinking about that rose stripe sheer

● Functional: Tall necked millinery head (Must find the wood disks)
● Functional:

● Dolls: New Dolls need clothes
● Grape hat, pink roses hat, burgundy roses hat,
● Just for Fun: Pansy pen wiper



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