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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None at this time. Check back later.

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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.

  • Sewing Holidays
    List of Sewing holidays and quilting holidays. (And some other craft-related holidays). #sewing #quilting
  • International Safety Pin Day
    International Safety Pin Day is observed on April 10 of every year. It is an unofficial observance dedicated to the simple yet clever invention: safety pins. These unassuming little pins have a fascinating history and countless practical uses. Let’s delve into the story behind International Safety Pin Day and celebrate this ingenious creation.
  • National DIY Day
    National DIY Day is an annual event celebrated on the first Saturday in April. It was founded in 2016 by the craft and DIY website, Craft Box Girls. The purpose of National DIY Day is to encourage people to take on creative projects and embrace their inner DIY spirit.
  • May the ¼” Be With You
    May the ¼” Be With You: Celebrating Seam Allowances and Star Wars Day — As sewists, we know the power of a perfect seam allowance. It’s the force behind every crisp edge, every smooth curve, and every sturdy stitch. And what better time to celebrate this unsung hero of the sewing world than on May 4th, a day when fans across the galaxy proclaim, “May the Force be with you”? In the spirit of Star Wars Day, let’s explore the significance of the quarter-inch seam allowance and how it aligns with the precision and dedication of the Jedi.
  • Autism Awareness to Autism Acceptance
    Autism Awareness to Autism Acceptance – April is Autism Awareness Month, Autism Awareness Day is April 2 each year, a time for raising awareness about autism and the challenges that individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) face. However, in recent years, there has been a shift towards promoting autism acceptance rather than just awareness. #AutismAwareness #AutismAcceptance

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