I'm having one of those days where I am wondering if I actually throw away more sewing 'fails' than than what I produce. When I do look up I have such a pretty view outside my window. its grey and gloomy today so you can't see that the flowers on the trellis are actually purple.
I have more ideas than time. I am working on a custom request for my Etsy shop. Have plans for those lovely doileys, have more of this delicious Bias Binding with crochet edge on the way and three orders of fabric all of which I have plans for.
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Oh i have a bag of sewing fails from up to 10 years ago, pretty sure if i suck it up & look at them, they are now soiled & ruined anyway. Hold my breath & toss them this post-Christmas-psycho-clean i think??!! Love PosieReplyDelete
I hate that "I just can't do it right" feeling too. Hoping it will pass quickly into a "look what I made, I'm a sewing rockstar" phase soon!ReplyDelete
I have a friend who believes that the actual finished project is just what is left after the creative process is complete. The process itself is the important part to him. I feel that way about my sewing fails. What I learned in the process is what is important.ReplyDelete
It's Thanksgiving Day here in the States. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Tammy!
Hi, what a nice view you have. I spent so long doing Christmas cross stitch, just have the ribbons to put they have been sitting in the bag for two weeks.ReplyDelete
I would love to have that outlook from my desk Tammy - you are very lucky to have that view. Glad to hear the Etsy store is working out - you are very clever!! Regards MandyReplyDelete