Image from here
But somehow, other patterns keep jumping the queue. First of all was my Sewing Bloggers' skirt, which I wanted to make while I still fit into it. Next was my maternity Crescent skirt, which was becoming a necessity as I grew out of my existing skirts. The problems I experienced with that kind of sapped my will to sew and it took a month to make.
Next was a new jersey dress (as yet unblogged) and this week I'm trying to make a dress to wear to a wedding reception on Saturday. It's the baby doll dress from Sew U Stretch, using the patterned jersey at the top of the pile below (not the Postman Pat, I think that's a bit outrageous for a wedding!). Incidentally, The Book Depository have Sew U Stretch for £13.92 at the minute, including free postage worldwide, while it's £18.99 on UK Amazon.
I'm planning to get stuck into Tova next, as I think I'll still have room for a wee bump there. And there is plenty of inspiration from Shivani of Pins & Needles 3 versions.
Photo from Pins & Needles- I hope you don't mind me using your photo Shivani!
Do you have any patterns which you have the very best intentions of making, but which always slip down the sewing queue?