Since I've gotten my sewing machine, I've been experimenting with new projects.
I haven't posted anything because I've been so embarrassed.
Most of them have been fails.
For instance, I made a skirt and bow set for Bella.
Then I changed my mind and made shorts instead. Cute but small. Bust.
Then I set my hopes high for a romper for myself...Do I need to finish? Bust.
I ripped it when I was trying it on
Then I made Bella a pair of leggings from a long sleeve shirt that I saw on a few blogs. Bust.
[[I don't have a picture because they are so terrible. I changed the pattern like four times and they were still shit.]]
So as you can see, all of my projects came out janky and were a
waste of my time learning experience. Thank God all of these were less than $2 or I'd be even more pissed.
But something magical happened this weekend. I made Bella a tunic from a $3 XL shirt from Target,
and a dope pair of leggings from my old Hollister shirt that I NEVER wore.
Then I became so infatuated with my sewing machine that I ended up making her a skirt from an old shirt.
I know it's plain and boring but it was just practice. Now that I know how EASY it is to do, I just might have to stock up on thrift store shirts.
I have all these ideas and it scares me.
Mostly Devon but me too.
Because we know nothing is safe.
I guess you can say I'm a sewing machine.