2011 was a pretty productive year for me, especially in the first few months.
January: Pre-Raphaelite-inspired linen dress
and bodice (which I still haven't worn for anything) Chemise a la Reine
, with short-sleeve shift, and matching sash and petticoat
February: Fully boned stays, which had been a ufo before this because I had never finished the binding
My 1660s Restoration gown
, with accompanying 17th c chemise
Two pairs of crocheted mitts
18th c floral striped petticoat
Refurbished 17th c shoes
March: The beginnings of a hand-quilted petticoat, which I never really worked on again after that month. Maybe someday.
Petal-shaped bum pad
16th c escoffion
Chemise-dress (faire-wear) commision
I think I also made my short-sleeve chemise blouse in March, but since I never blogged about it, I can't remember.
Nothing in April, since I was busy moving across the country.
May: Floral robe a l'anglaise
, with matching floral petticoat, and belt
June: Burgundy 18th c petticoat for the robe a l'anglaise, 18th c hat
18th c cap, fichu, and pockets
July: Finally finished the 1950s Jean Desses cocktail dress
, with matching shrug 1940s romper
suit w/ skirt
Jacques Doucet-inspired early Edwardian chiffon and lace gown
August: Late Victorian walking skirt for my mom, w/ shirtwaist blouse
Huge Edwardian hat
Laughing Moon corset
, started in the class at CosCol Short bustle
, for Jane costume
September: Petticoat and skirt for Jane
Commissioned fish doublet
and collar, with matching pants Spats
October: Jane bodice
, with detachable collar and tie
Dyed the umbrella for Jane, and stitched eyelet lace to the edges
Refurbished Regency-style shoes One black velvet muff
and one white furry muff
November: 1860s black lace and ribbon cap
December: Pagoda-sleeved bodice
for my mom for Dickens, with matching ruffle and trim added to her skirt from last year
Overall, not too shabby. Tomorrow, I'll post my list of everything I want to make for 2012. Happy New Year!