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Celebrate the Holidays | Sewing by Ti Blog Tour

I’ve had this post in my drafts since the end of November, but December somehow snuck up on me and I am four days late in getting it live. I got knocked out by some 24-hour virus my son gave me at the end of last week, so this post was doomed from the beginning. But, better late than never!

I was so excited to get this month’s theme, Celebrate the Holidays, because Christmastime is one of my favorite seasons of the year. The weather, the food, the lights–everything about it makes me so happy! To help me prep to celebrate the holidays, I’ve created a Christmas board on Pinterest with my favorite inspiration. You can follow it below!

Holiday times bring on stressful times, as I work on the many, many projects in my queue. From gifts to holiday outfits, my to-do list is long and the days seem to be shorter and shorter as December 25. approaches. I do always get it done. Here’s what I’ve been up to so far!

I’ve added a lot of red to my wardrobe over the last month, and it’s definitely been my color this season.

I’ve also been working on some fur poms, a few holiday skirts and a Star Wars shirt that I was supposed to wear to last Friday’s premier. Remember that virus? It took me out. Hopefully the week after Christmas will bring me some of that goodness–no spoilers!

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My current to-do list is getting long! I’m hoping to get the following done by this time next week: -A t-shirt quilt commissioned by a friend from work (at the top of my list to get done well before Christmas!) -Two holiday skirts in a crushed red velvet and plaid (both from @joann_stores). We have Christmas festivities galore coming up and I have nothing to wear (or so I say)! -Fur poms for handmade hats on hats! They are a MESS to work with but so fun! -A custom @starwars shirt for the premiere next week! I bought a 2xl mens shirt at @michaelsstores and plan to use a raglan pattern. Not pictured: the too-many-to-count other projects on my table, including a yarn swift bag requested by my mom! Do you have a long handmade project list for the holidays?

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I’ve also been arms deep in holiday knitting, and I have one or two last minute projects up my sleeves. What have you been working on to prep for the holidays?

Don’t forget to check out the other lovely ladies on this tour!

December 1st Sewing By Ti (intro), Octaves of Color

Sunday December 3rd, Me Made
4th: Sew Sophie Lynn
5th: Hazelnut Handmade
6th: Tales from a Southern Mom

Monday December 11th, Tenille’s Thread
12th: MNW Sews
13th: Mahlica Designs
14th: Very Blissful
15th: Stitched by Jennie

Monday December 18th, Kate Will Knit
19th: Sewing by Ti
20th: Vicky Myers Creations
21st: Margarita on the Ross
22nd: Auschick Sews
23rd: Shalini’s Blog

Tuesday December 26th: Seams Sew Low
27th: EYMM
28th: Sew Like a Sloth
29th: Sewing By Ti
30th: Kathys Kwilts and More
31st: Embrace Everyday

4 thoughts on “Celebrate the Holidays | Sewing by Ti Blog Tour

  1. V, I’m so glad to be mostly done with my holiday prep. It’s been made easier by commiting to almost nothing. 🙂
    I’ve been loving all the red and plaid that you’ve been showing off. I even picked up a red plaid to make something myself, but it’s definitely a new year project at this point.
    I just got home from the movie, I hope you get to see it soon.
    Hope you feel better, and may the force be with you…always.

    1. Melissa! Opening up an email to a comment notification from you is like opening up a virtual hug. Thanks for your kind words! I still haven’t seen Star Wars yet, but I can’t wait to soon! Hoping your holiday is the very best!

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