I admit it. I HATE sewing. Seaming knit or crochet projects is ok... but cutting out fabric? Making stuff out of it? Despise. This annoys me intensely, as I went through a phase where I thought sewing was so cool, because you could make neat custom stuff and OMG LOOK AT ALL THE PRETTY FABRIC. I never had much time for it, so I ended up with a fairly extensive fabric stash. Now it haunts me, because I still want the things that I intended to make... I just don't want to make them any more. I'm also very frugal (read: I hate spending money), and so I can't seem to justify to myself buying things when I have the stuff right in front of me to just MAKE them, making the item free as far as this month's budget is concerned. On the other hand of course I would knit and crochet all day if I could. Why do I do this to myself? I have no idea. But for whatever reason the half finished sewing projects are weighing on my conscious lately, so I guess I'll fire up the ol' sewing machine, if just to make them leave me alone. And hey, who knows... maybe I just need to do MORE sewing, and I'll learn to like it, right?
Yeah, I doubt it too. But hey, I'll have cool stuff.