A new year means new rules! Where is my rotary cutter? moves into the next decade, and it's important to set standards. I love to sew, and with all the beautiful patterns and books on the subject, I end up following a lot of them. (Of course, it's easier to purchase fabric and follow someone's design than come up with your own!)
So, I want to introduce my new rating system, a way to track and compare all of the projects I've made from patterns. After rating the last movie I watched from Netflicks, I decided that the Netflick's star rating system would be perfect! Though, instead of stars, I thought it would be more appropriate to rate with spools of thread!
So here it is: 5 Spools of Thread, SewBean's rating system.
Hated It: The pattern maker should fire their editor for letting them publish this botched mess. I started making a dress but ended up with a quilt? Where did I go wrong? (I hope I don't have to ever use this rating!)
Two SpoolsDidn't Like It: Did someone bother to check this pattern? I didn't want to be the one to do it, but at least it looks the way it should.
Three SpoolsLiked It: A decent pattern, and everything came out the way it should. I was even able to make improvements.
Four SpoolsReally Liked It: This was a fun project! I'll keep it around in case I have a reason to make another one.
Five SpoolsLoved It: I'm not putting this pattern away; I'm making another one tomorrow!