I think this was mostly a fortuitous combination of panic-induced sleeplessness with motivation to avoid the frustrating parts of my project (as in, "I'll just sew one more seam, then I'll finish that paragraph...") Most of the things I made were very quick projects, but it moved a lot of fabric from the to-do pile to the closet, as well as getting me back into the swing of sewing, so I'm okay with it.
So the final tally is:
1 Workout Tanktop
(Sorry, they had to be dressform pics, otherwise this post would NEVER have gotten finished...) The Renfrew fabric was originally from my "3 in 3 out" challenge....from June. Well, better late than never, right? The V-neck on the pink one was a huge mental workout for me. The actual band turned out really well after only two tries (with some additional hand basting), but then I went and ruined it with super uneven topstiching around the band, which I'm too scared to rip out because it's a really thin knit. Oh well, live and learn. It'll be good enough for lab.
Coming up...I took some cutting on my Thanksgiving trip back home, as it is approximately a bazillion times easier to cut fabric without two cats and on a large table instead of the floor like I have to do in my apartment. I made a list and have come up with 11 pieces I can make using fabric I already have, with the small addition of the Thurlow pattern to my collection. So some serious stashbusting is hopefully on the horizon. With Christmas shopping and all, I really shouldn't be spending anything on new things when I've got so much already. As always, we'll see how well that plan works out. ;) Here's hoping it's less than a month until my next post this time! :p