My 2020 Goals

Happy New Year. It’s that time of year. Time to reevaluate goals and decide what is a priority for the new year. This year I am making an effort not to make resolutions (or resewlutions), but to make general goals which are easier to stick to. That means I will not pledge to go on a fabric ban (because we all know that won’t last) or to make 2 garments every month (because things happen). Here are the types of things I want to keep in mind this year.

Sew more for others

 

In the last year I have collected some really cute patterns for kids. I would love to create some outfits for the little one, and maybe some that match mommy or daddy’s outfits too!

Keep track of Fabrics

 

I use Trello to keep track of my fabrics (including a picture and the yardage). I’d like to keep this up-to-date and make sure I check it when I’m shopping to avoid repeat purchases.

Use the Correct Needle

Yup. This one is a tough one. I have a bad habit of keeping the same needle in the machine for multiple projects. So, this year I will make a note of what needle is in the machine before starting to sew.

Sew for my lifestyle

 

I will be returning to work after my maternity leave this March, so my goal is to make sure that I have some pieces that I can wear to the office. Party dresses are great, but not necessarily practical in all situations. 

Keep only what I like

I need to do a major closet overhaul this year. Things I don’t wear are taking up too much space. So, 2020 is the year to be honest and get rid of what I don’t wear (and what doesn’t fit) and to make sure I have room in my closet for things that I want to wear.

Finish my projects

 

No more giving up before the end. This year I will try to finish all projects. I may even learn something from the process (or like it once it’s all put together). And if it doesn’t work out, I can always use the fabric for something else.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>