Bear with me on this one. I made 6 of these pouches (18 photos but those were mainly for the webstore) so this may be picture heavy.
I was talking to Katy - The Littlest Thistle on Thursday about the fact that I make a lot of things in one go (see previous post about jewellery rolls). I know that crafter etiquette probably dictates that things should be made one at a time and creating a "production line" of items is taking away from its uniqueness. However, I find that I work best this way. I have an AWFUL attention span and level of procastination. I can really struggle with that aspect of my personality. I find it easier for me to cut the fabric for many items at one time and then do a part of the construction on each piece at a time. I think if I didn't do it this way, I would probably only make one of anything because my attention level would drop after the first completed item.
What about you? Do you work better making one item at a time and then repeating it or "production line" style like I do?