On each garment's individual page, you will find links to every blog post I've done about that garment, separated into categories for added clarity. Here is a sample of one such page:
As you can see, all of the posts that document my process or talk about how I made the garment are grouped together, then events and photo shoots where I wore said garment are listed with the dates when those events and photo shoots happened - not the dates of when I blogged about them!
Putting these pages together has helped me find the holes in my blog, especially where there are garments and events that I have never posted about! (You may have noticed me blogging about past events lately - that's why.) And it has helped me remember some older pieces that I want to revisit, such as this little gem:
|Blue Velveteen Bodice (link opens garment page)|
Aside from this tangential benefit to me, I'm hoping that my readers will enjoy having easy access to all of my garments' blog posts in one area. I have not gotten to every garment yet, and I'm only doing this for main pieces such as gowns, jackets, outwear, and stays. Accessories and simpler undergarments will still have a photo on the Completed Costumes page with a link underneath, but that link will likely go to a single blog post where I discussed making that accessory.
And in future blog posts, when I talk about a particular garment, I will have a link to that garment's page, instead of a link to the search query for every post that is tagged for that garment. That was rather cumbersome, and this will be much more streamlined and user-friendly. :)