I may have mentioned this before, but I have a tendency to become hooked on a project or idea, throwing all others before that aside. While it can be fun and I am able to try many creative things, it can get pricey and leave me left with a bunch of clutter of unfinished projects. During the holiday rush, my sewing went this way as I frantically went back to needlecrafts for a lot of my gifts. That being said, I’ve been resisting getting back into sewing.
I decided to start with something easy, but as soon as the machine started up, I was back in sewing mode. I am putting together a new duvet cover and bedding set to replace our old, worn, Pottery Barn covers. I was originally debating between doing a quilt, but decided that the duvet would be easier to maintain. Since I’ve started, I think I’ll actually have enough leftover fabric to at least make a lap quilt.
I was originally going to work off of an Amy Butler pattern, but once I started working on the fabric, I just decided to go with my own design. It’s coming together really fast, so hopefully I’ll have the finished product to share by the end of the week.