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I know you’re just DYING to know whether I completed my 30 sewing projects before I turn 30 challenge. And guess what?!!! I DID!!! I’m Soooooo excited about it! When I originally came up with the idea I had a completely different list of what I wanted to sew. I warned you that my list would change. I mean, let’s face it, I’m a woman and I like to change my mind! 🙂 This was the first post I wrote up about the challenge and I kept you updated every so often on how I was doing. It has been a lot of fun for me, but honestly, it has also been stressful. I felt like I needed to accomplish 30 different sewing projects for it to really mean something, but once it got down to the wire, I just didn’t have the time to create 30 different projects!!
I am really proud of myself for doing this. And really, I have done SO many more than just 30 sewing projects! I have made multiples of many of the projects and actually some of them I counted more than once. I’m excited to say that last week alone I made 6 pillowcase dresses and 5 shorts for the boys and girls in Uganda. I’m going to make a bunch more shorts in the coming weeks and probably more dresses as well! If you’re interested in helping out with this cause you can find out more information on Project Yesu’s website or on their facebook page.
Here is my completed list of the sewing projects:
30 Sewing Projects Before I Turn 30:
9. Batman PJ pants
13. Sun Hat
14. Character PJ’s for Jonas
16. Ruffles Galore Play & Party Pants
25. Boys swim trunks
*I made 2 more aviator hats at Christmas time for 2 of my nephews. I also made 2 extra hats to sell in my Etsy shop.
I am also going to share with you pictures of all of my completed sewing projects. I know that I’ve done posts on most of these projects already, but I thought it would be cool to have you see them all in one post 🙂 So, here we go:
Yay!! I’m so excited to be done with this challenge. The last week has been great! I finally dedicated myself to making the pillowcase dresses and even the shorts as well!
What sewing projects are you working one now? My next one will be a cover for our Kitchenaid. After that I better get started on the boys’ Christmas gifts! (Mario quilts)
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