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As most of you are well into the new year, here I am just sharing about what I sewed in 2019. Hahaha!!! Hey, better late than never, right?


I’ve seen people post monthly sewing reviews, but that wasn’t something I was ever interested in until now. However, instead of monthly reviews, I’m doing it a little different. I decided to create a 2019 sewing review video for my YouTube channel.

At first, I thought it might be boring for those who visit my blog on a regular basis, because you’ve seen it all before. So my plan was to post it to my YouTube channel only because they only get to see the garments for which I create sew-along videos


As I was creating the video, I realized how interesting it was to see everything at a glance. I was really surprised at just how much I accomplished in the sewing room last year.

As I was looking through the photos, arranging them for the video and remembering where I wore the garments, I thought it would nice to share the highlights of my year also.


That’s when I realized something. This project is for me as much as it is for those of you who take interest in what I share in my sewing space. It’s something I can look back on and see what I’ve done, how I’ve grown, and reminisce in the abundance of God’s grace on my life over the last year.


I’ve mentioned here before that sewing has become therapy for me over the last two years. When I look back at 2019, I see progress in the healing. The journey continues.

If you’d like to see my 2019 in review, I’ve provided the link to the video below.

Also, my 4-Year Blog Anniversary is on January 16th. I’m so excited and look forward to sharing some highlights of my January makes over the last four years.

AND……. Something very special is happening on that day. But only those who are members of my Private Email Community know about it. Hehehe!!!


Thanks for stopping by!

Remember: When you live in your DESIGN, it is from there that God SHINES!

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Anita Morris

Anita is the Author of STEP Into It, Overcoming Trials That Lead To Purpose. She is also an Online Sewing Instructor for beginner sewists. She is passionate about helping women to step into their purpose by walking in the calling on their lives. She hosts a popular YouTube channel where she helps women to become confident in their sewing skills.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. LeJeun

    I’m one of your favorite person who lost contact do to the pandemic and on top of that I had surgery. No I didn’t have Covid-19 I am fascinated with your story and progress in life. I’m 75 going on 76 I am determined to continue my journey and dream . KEEP YOUR LIFE AND PRAYERS ON YOUR GOD

  2. Patricia Williams

    Hi Anita…..Although I am not new to sewing, as I’ve been sewing since I was in eight grade first item being an apron and the majority of the ladies in my family sew so I guess you can say it’s in the bloodline….lol, I enjoy sewing. I use to go home from a full time job, cut out a dress, sew it and wear it the next day but I sort of fell in the “sew when I’m in the mood” phase until a few months ago. I found your website while looking for patterns and it was refreshing to see your creations, ideas and pointers on sewing. Now that we all are in the “stay at home” crisis what better way to spend time than sewing. I’m going to keep following your leads and create some beautiful outfits. I’m definitely going to try the circle skirt.

  3. MISTY

    Hey Mrs Anita, yes i saw all the Beautiful things you made, i did 2 of your skirts so far and im looking forward to your makes and sew along in 2020, Thank you for your inspiration that keeps me going

    1. Anita Morris

      Hi Misty! Awesome! So glad to hear you made two of the skirts. Thank you so much for watching the videos. Looking forward to 2020.

  4. Diane G

    Loved your video! You made so many beautiful pieces! What a fab year and I hope 2020 is equally or even more amazing.

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