Here it is, the illustrated plan (in no particular order). Ambitious? Yes, probably too much so. But if it spills over into next summer I don't think it will hurt anyone.
My core sewing (and knitting) plan for the summer involves 9 pieces based on four patterns. The first piece in the illustration will be long-term since it's the only knitted item and will follow the Margaux Hufnagel Gate Pullover pattern. I'll be working with a gray cotton-llama blend yarn.
The next piece, and the final three pieces, will be based on the Grainline Studio Scout Tee pattern, with various modifications and details which I'll discuss as I'm working on each item. I'll be using cotton double gauze, cotton chambray, and cotton batiste for these garments.
The two sleeveless shirts will be based on the Grainline Studio Alder Dress pattern, with modifications to be enumerated later. They will be made from cotton and linen with each featuring a waist-cinching self-belt.
The dresses are views 1 (without collar) and 2 of the Colette Moneta pattern.
Do I promise not to veer from this plan? Heavens, no--this is a guideline. I'm sure I'll change my mind here and there but I think I've succeeded in creating a good starting point.
So now there's nothing for it: time to get going!