I don't usually make sewing plans, I'm more see pretty fabric, see pretty pattern, buy, sew, or all too frequently buy add to stash. That's not to say I don't make lists, I just don't usually do very much with them.
I don't know about anybody else, but I was very tempted by the Sewing Indie Month Pattern Bundle 1, ten lovely patterns at a nock down price, plus the bonus of to donating to charity, all very tempting. But on this occasion I did not succumb to temptation (probably because I know I'm going to be more tempted by Pattern Bundle 2). There are ten great patterns here, but would I actually make and wear them? For the majority of them, the answer is actually no, and that's not to say they are not fine patterns, just not for me.
I am tempted to buy the Saltbox Top from Blueprints for Sewing, and I already own the Melissa Dress from Muse patterns, but the other pattern would have sat on my hard drive, not being sewn, and that shouldn't be the fate for any pattern. I currently have 25 Indie patterns that I already own, but have yet to sew, go check your own hard drive and see how many impulse pdf purchases you have, I can't be the only one to give into temptation, can I?
Another example of giving into temptation is this selection of lovely fabric below. This is a remnant bundle from the Organic Textile Company. £39.50 for 10 metres of lovely surprise fabric.
These fabrics have jumped to the head of the sewing queue (I know it's not fare, but it happens). Most are 1 metre lengths, but as I am a consummate Tetris player, I can squeeze quite a lot out of 1m
There is actually 1.5m of the navy, so it's will be a pair of trousers. The colour of the fabric on the right hasn't come out very well, it's more of a shot beige/burgundy and has a bit of weight to it, so will be a skirt.
Both of these are much brighter in reality and I can definitely see an Onyx top in the orange.
The stripy fabric on the left is quite bright, so I think it will be a pair of pyjama shorts, and then I only have to scare my husband with them. I know the other two do look disturbingly like table cloths, but the yellow one has a lovely drape and will become an Onyx top highlighted with red bias trim. The blue and shit check, will be a skirt, pattern to be determined.
The biggest piece of fabric in the bunch is this red/blue/beige/green check, as I have about 2 metres. I was tempted to make some kind on pinafore dress, but then realised that I am 45 not 5 years old and I'm going to try and adapt the Onyx top into a dress. The green and pink retro print I think may become a Brumby skirt, so that it can be toned down with plain tops.
Will any of these things get made? Some of them probably, all of them, probably not. Come back to find out.