The Gifts That Could Have Been

When I went into 2016, I had a list of gifts I wanted to make. As I have mentioned, there was a good portion of the year where I felt uninspired. Many gifts were not made.

As I took out the card holder I made for us a few years ago, I thought about what a great gift that was and how hard it is to make something that good again. The siblings and cousins are getting fudge, nothing sewn.

I wanted to make a couple of tote bags and pincushions as one-offs for people. I also had the idea to make a couple of Sew Together Bags. There is still a possibility, but not for Christmas 2016.

I need to be more organized next year, starting with finding a pattern that has a lot of bang for my buck, eg interesting and usable, but doesn’t take 40 hours to make. I have a week or two before I have to be serious about finding such a project.

Author: JayeL

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

One thought on “The Gifts That Could Have Been”

  1. I feel your pain!
    I might have mentioned this before but I have made dozens of the Stand and Stow bag by Atkinson design. Easy and really practical – a grocery bag that holds its shape.

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