Yes, this post may be a little late. I blame babies and the need to make cute things for them.
In the spirit of the New Year I offer you a resolution: This year I will finish what I start.
I have a confession to make, I have notoriously high ambitions and low follow through. Some projects get started and not finished but most projects never get started at all. I want to make everything. I want to purses and pillows and sew many quilts for many people. This is a situation that I think needs some attention. I have quite a stash of fabric and supplies taking up most of the available storage in my laundry room just waiting for the next big project. So now, I think I’ll get started.
First on my list: bags, bags, and bags. Well, really just two bags. My original goal was to have two new carry on bags for the trip home for Christmas, one for me, one for the husband. Well this is about as far as I’ve gotten.
I’d been eyeing the Amy Butler Weekender Travel Bag pattern for a while and in October decided to go for it. I charged in one weekend and all was going well until I ran out of interfacing. Since then my bag pieces have taken refuge in a picnic basket. No more! I will go to the fabric store and buy more interfacing! I just told you I would, so now I have to do it.
Really just photos of amazing bags Chris has fallen in love with. I have yet to figure out how to exactly execute something like this with no pattern. I’m also not sure how to figure out if my bargain basement sewing machine can handle the leather Chris has his heart set on. It will be an adventure, an adventure that I will finish in a timely manner. Really. This time I promise.
So those are the next to projects up on the docket. We’ll see how this goes. I’m optimistic.
P.S. How awesome is this Vicki Payne bird fabric?