…like a trip to the fabric store! There were several things I wanted to buy very much, but I controlled myself because I have lots of things to work on here at home. I did purchase a few items, though, like a couple fabrics that should finish off my current quilting project.
I've been dreaming of knitting, so I also picked up two skeins of bright pink yarn on sale. The color coordinates perfectly with the toddler dress I made earlier this year, so I'll be searching through my knitting patterns in the upcoming weeks! I'm really eager to try something bigger (than my usual small things like hats or baby projects), but I'm taking it one step at a time; dishcloths to toddler clothes to me-sized sweaters! At least, that's what I'm hoping will happen.
And with Butterick patterns on sale for $0.99, I looked through their vintage reprints while my friends finished shopping. They've reprinted some new ones since I last checked and some are super cute. I tend to be more of a 50s girl, but I loved this 1960 reprint pattern 5748. (If you click on the link, I love the red flowered version the model is wearing! So cute!) It's similar in style to my favorite dress pattern so I had to buy it!
I came home inspired and excited to do some crafting! So I washed and pressed the new fabrics, and finished ripping the problematic bias tape off my apron. Maybe tomorrow I'll be able to re-sew all the stitches I ripped out and make some real headway!