Thrift and resourcefulness are traits that have been passed down through generations of my family and in my house they are virtues ranked right up there with generosity and honesty. My sense of practicality, therefore, is usually in the driver's seat when it comes to my crafting. Asthetics are important to me, of course, but if there's a conflict, practicality usually wins.
I realized that there are tons of crafting projects that I do on a daily basis, but don't usually feel are blog-worthy. They aren't always pretty, but they are usually free. I use what I have to create what I need. Well, today I will begin sharing these with you, in the hopes that you will be inspired to do the same.
The weather in Missouri has suddenly turned colder and Baby Bear has grown too tall to fit into her warm pajamas from last winter. She has developed a love of nightgowns, as opposed to pajama seperates, so I decided to add a little warmth to her summer gowns.
Unfortunately, I'm no master seamstress, so many of my projects are kind of like on-the-job training. I apologize if my process is a bit discombobulated.
I hope you like my free projects. I do so many of them that I'm sure I'll never get them all posted, but I hope you'll find some inspiration in the ones you find here. If you're a free-crafter like me, please share your successes and learning experiences with us!