Here's what I made last weekend:
A dress for Milla from a Clothkit (I know I just said she doesn't need any more dresses, but I made it big so it will fit next winter)
A Tova top for me, in a Japanese cotton from Tessuti.
(I loved the Tova pattern, and already have plans for a dress version)
...and another Wiksten pattern, the Tulip skirt, in a cotton/linen blend from Spotlight:
I also made a muslin for the Lisette Passport dress - the first time I've ever made a muslin for anything. I'm not game to show it here, because the fabric was truly horrendous, but I'm really glad I made it because I'll need to adjust the waist fit a little, and it also made me realise that the fabric I planned to make it in won't really work - my favourite part of the pattern is the waist pleat, and in a busy pattern it's hidden, so I'll use that fabric (a pretty floral from Tessuti) for a different dress and choose something plainer for the Passport.
And the reason for this amazing burst of productivity? I was on Craft Camp in Lancefield, freed from the shackles of domestic responsibility for two days and able to sew and chat and eat to my heart's content. There was lots of making, but also time to sit, drink tea, look at books and magazines, and let ideas percolate. And to be inspired and learn from watching others create.