I owe you more than one post, but first and foremost: Happy New Year to all readers and thanks for checking in!
To show you at least one – even if teeny tiny – sewing project, here’s this year’s christmas craft:
I made the angels from wool felt I had left over from the advent calendar my husband and I made for the kids this year. Unlike felt you get in most craft supply stores this is made from real wool and quite sturdy. It came in beautiful colours, there also was yellow, green, dark brown, purple… just wait for the advent-calendar-post (at the rate I’m going now, I think it’ll be up in July).
Anyway, the hard thing was to actually cut the felt – I used nail scissors. Everything else is rather self-explanatory, each angel is made from two parts joined together by a couple stitches. I used contrasting thread and kept a sling for hanging the angel. I love how they turned out (and that they were quick to make). They make for a lovely addition to any present and they fit in a small envelope – so you could add them to your christmas cards as well!
Here’s what one looks like in a tree:
Now it might just be time to put it away and store it safely until December. Here’s hoping I’ll get around to posting a little earlier than that.