Count is currently in the 600s --- soon... soon.....
I've also made some progress with chopping up old garments. The sunflower shirt was one of my first attempts at copying RTW, from about 5 years ago. The fabric is gorgeous, but the fit was pretty terrible (not that this stopped me from wearing it *everywhere* and proudly declaiming to all, that I had made it.)
The blue-tomato dress is from my senior year of high school (the pattern has since been lost to time) and still fits! ... for a given value of fit - I still didn't know what I was doing back then (this is over ten years ago now) so things are kinda wonky and the finishing is more than a little hilarious - It seems I was all about fold over and sew. However, it too has joined the quilt as I don't think I've worn it out of the house since college.
Last but not least, the green shirt -- this was an early experiment with franken-patterns, from about 4 years ago. I never quite got it to sit properly the the black trim was not one of my better choices - but it took so long to put on I couldn't bear to remove it - until now -- bum bum BUM. It is next up for getting chopped into quilt bits.
I haven't really looked at any of these in years - at the time I thought I was hot shit, and compared to what the people I knew were doing (hello stapler) I was. However, the quality of the garments is almost laughable - and the amount of improvement I've made over the past few years really shows when they are compared to my latest work. Mostly, its making me think what I'll be able to accomplish with another ten years of study. I'm still intimidated by fitting pants, woven sleeves, hemming knits and doing much of anything with slippery sheers.... ::crossed fingers:: mayhaps I'll get them too.