It's so close to the end of the year it's very unlikely I'm going to be able to do anything about the UFOs I've accumulated. To be fair to me, these projects aren't all from this year. Some have been waiting patiently for a few years to be finished.
I won't lie to myself and say I'll have them all finished by the end of 2018. I'm not sure what my goal should be. Cut the number of items in the totes by half? No new UFOs can be placed into the totes until another is finished (ha!!!)? Quite a few of these projects are great basics to have. Not the most exciting to sew which is probably why they're in the totes.
In the Totes of Shame:
- Regency pelisse - this I HAD finished in a rush and was unhappy with the trim. I started taking to apart to redo that and left it languishing
- Riding habit petticoat that needs the waist taken in
- Victorian skirt that needs a hook & eye closure
- 18th century waistcoat that needs buttonholes
- 18th century market hat (started at the first Dress U
- Flannel Regency shift
- 18th century riding habit shirt
- Late Victorian coat
- Late Victorian bustle cage
- 1920s foxtrot handbag
- Victorian seaside dress
- 18th century cap
This doesn't even include items wearable but I want to go back and adjust.