have you ever been on a journey that makes no sense? I’m talking about the crafting kind. actually, I should say the crafting gifts kind.
I first started with a quilt:
but once the quilting started giving me problems with thread breaking or me losing my spot and creating jagged lines, I put it on time out. the quilting was just not good enough for a gift.
so I started another quilt:
it started off well and it was even pretty quick. until I had to sew around that outer circle! I tried to cut out a circle that would fit but luck wasn’t on my side. off to the ufo pile it went.
after two failed quilts I somehow ended up with six pairs of baby shoes:
I’m starting to think maybe this is where I was supposed to end up all along. imagine if I had been making shoes since I started the first quilt, how many would I have done?!
I started off with these little kimono shoes (both patterns are from ithinksew), which I think are my favorite for the toes alone. think of all the fussy cutting you could do!
three pairs weren’t enough apparently (I want this baby to have options), so I made three more of the baby booties I made before. just as fiddly as before, but just as cute.