I'm thinking I may be slowly evolving as a crafter. I used to be a "one off" kind of girl - I don't think I'd ever made the same thing twice in a row a year ago. And then I moved to Boston and started making the same two things over and over again: skirts, and there was this short period during finals where I made little pins, about 10 of them in different fabric/button combinations to avoid looking at Biostats [the irony, of course, is that one of my "Wow, cool!" moments of this current semester was when I was staring at some social networking data and thought, "I actually really, really want to REGRESS THIS." Nerd.]
But I digress. I've now moved into the duo phase, where I make 2 of everything before moving on. The latest? A pair of aprons for a pair of very good friends here:
All stash/repurposed fabrics, and I just squeaked it in for Tie One On. It's backed in that large scale rose print, one of my very first thrifted fabric finds. I think it used to be a crib sheet? Something?
[Oh yes, and I'm remembering that I posted about the 2 skirts in the photos here on WR, before moving on to the apron phase. See what I mean about twos?]