I only just discovered the Make Nine hashtag at the end of 2020/beginning of 2021, but I was so inspired and intrigued by the posts popping up on my Instagram feed that I couldn’t resist doing my own round up.
Picnic Skirt by Gertie Sews // I feel like I’ve had this skirt on my to-do list forever, and now that I accidentally ended up with the perfect amount of fabric for it, I’m hoping to get to it sooner rather than later.
Calico Socks by Morgan Panich // This pattern is just so cute and cottagecore that I have to add it to my sock drawer, y’know?
Ashland Dress by Sew Liberated // Hello, farm girl dress of my dreams. I’ll almost definitely make the skirt a bit longer than in the photo, but I love the bodice shape and think it could be perfect for summertime wearing.
Red Moon Sweater by Born & Raised Knits // I’ve had this beautiful moon phase sweater in my Ravelry queue since last April, and can’t wait to find the perfect shades for my own version.
Gather Apron by Sew Liberated // This is the year we once again add chickens to our (outdoors) household, so what better way to celebrate and prepare for that than this adorable egg-collecting apron?
Oak Hollow by Diana Walla // One of the things that I fell in love with when we found our house was this oak tree in the back, and since then I’ve been obsessed with all things oak tree related (thank you, Brigid). These mitts are irresistible.
The Pippi Pinafore by Jennifer Lauren Handmade // I’ve been dying for some kind of pinafore dress for about a year now, and if I feel comfortable enough by the time I get to this one, I might try to frankenstein it into something with a little more swish to the skirt, but if not–still a cute as heck pattern to add to my wardrobe.
Folklore Cardigan by Amy Gunderson // I mean… Obviously.
Axis Tank by Sophie Hines // Confession: I have had all the pieces to this cut and ready to assemble for about four months and I just haven’t sat down to finish it. Here’s to getting it checked off the list before the end of the year.
To be fair, I’m a huge mood maker–it’s part of why I’ve been scrapbooking so much instead of most other things. I’m excited, though, to try and have a focus in my making this year, and I look forward to seeing what my Make Nine looks like at the end of 2021.