Hey guys! I’m so frustrated today. I just realised I can’t sew anymore!
It’s been a while that everything I try to do turns out to be dissaster, but today I can’t stand it anymore. The truth is that I’ve been avoiding to start any project, cause I have to study and since I prefer sewing I would spend all my free time, which isn’t much at all, to sewing and not studying. But even so what ever I tried making something it didn’t work out. Today I tried heming a pair of pants, I used 3 different methods and at the end it kept looking so bad. A five year old would have made it better. I used the invisible stich of my sewing machine and it was anything but invisible. The thread tension was at the least tension point and you could still clearly see the “invisible” stiches all over the hem. I unstiched it and I’ll try heming it by hand later.
I also tried making a beret as a gift for a friend and it;s rediculous. I bought the wrong fabric and not as much as I should have…
I hope this won’t last forever and I hope it’s only cause I’m anxious to study and get rid of that paper I have to do, and I kind of want things to happen fast. I hope it won’t cause I have a huge stash of fabrics and so many ideas….
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