2021 · Year in Review

2021 year in review

2021 year in review – Here is a look at what happened here at Steve Sews.

2021 year in review

2021 year in review - Here is a look at what happened here at Steve Sews.

One thing that happened was SteveZ MaskZ became Steve Sews. That means All posts, products and pages transfer over from SteveZ MaskZ to Steve Sews.

In 2021 I published 157 blog posts. That is only the posts and doesn’t count the products posted.

December 2021 best month of the year of 2021.

The best day for pageviews was November 28, 2021, with 807 Pageviews on that day. I also hit 25,000 overall Pageviews in 2021.

Top 10 Most popular posts

  1. Nativity Scenese using Disposable Face Masks
  2. Face Mask Angel Tree Topper
  3. Things to Make with Dispoable Face Masks
  4. Ugly Face Mask Contest
  1. Free Hammocks Comic
  2. Mask Mandates in US History
  3. Cricut Explorer Air 2 Dust Cover
  4. Alternatives to Apple Bobbing
  5. Tons of Snoopy Face Masks & More
  6. 2nd Covid Vaccine Completed

Top 10 visiting counties

  1. United States
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Ireland
  4. Canada
  5. Australia
  6. New Zealand
  7. India
  8. Germany
  9. Philippines
  10. China

Top 10 referring sites

  1. Search engines
  2. Facebook
  3. WordPress App / Reader
  4. Pinterest
  5. CourageousChristianFather.com
  6. Twitter
  7. Instagram
  8. LinkedIn
  9. Gravatar
  10. PayPal

I plan to make more sewing projects and add them here. Plus to continue to blog about quilting And sewing.

Plus, I plan to add recipes here and there, as I do like to cook, and will share recipes I think I will like or maybe use.

Check out last year, 2020 year in review!


Upcoming Events

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Recent Posts on Steve Sews

Below is a list of the most recent blog posts found on Steve Sews for you to check out.

  • A History of Taps
    A History of Taps – Taps, the hauntingly beautiful bugle call synonymous with military ceremonies and funerals, has a rich history that traces back to the American Civil War. Composed by Union Army Brigadier General Daniel Butterfield in 1862, Taps has since become an enduring symbol of honor, respect, and solemnity. #taps
  • History of Reveille
    Reveille, a term rooted in French, meaning “wake up” or “to awaken,” has a rich history, deeply embedded in military traditions and beyond. While it is commonly associated with the bugle call signaling the start of a military day, Reveille’s significance extends far beyond its wake-up call origins. #reveille
  • The Warmth of Handmade Quilts in Colder Weather
    The Warmth of Handmade Quilts in Colder Weather – As the temperature drops and a crisp chill settles in the air, there’s something truly comforting about wrapping oneself in the cozy embrace of a handmade quilt. In the face of colder weather, these meticulously crafted pieces of art become more than just blankets—they become vessels of warmth, nostalgia, and cherished memories.
  • Writer’s Block
    Writer’s Block – Nothing to report or write about! Got an idea? Feel free to share. #WritersBlock
  • 10 Intriguing Facts About Sewing Machines You Didn’t Know
    10 Intriguing Facts About Sewing Machines You Didn’t Know – Explore the stitches of sewing machines with 10 surprising facts that weave together their history and capabilities. Uncover the secrets behind these essential crafting companions, revealing a tapestry of intriguing details.

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