But I'm not perfect.
I don't know why, I just cannot force myself to do things 'properly' or perfectly. I have always been the same since I was a child, I like quirky and odd ball in my life and I don't know if my imperfect crafting is an extension of that. It's not through lack of practise, as I do stuff over and over again and I devote a lot of time to crafting.
I thought I would share a couple of recent 'imperfect projects' I've made. It's funny because I shared these with an expert and straight away she said she could tell that I hadn't used a rotary cutter, quilter's mat and rule. I like the imperfection though, I think it adds to the fun!
|Vintage Thomas the Tank Engine fabric magically transformed in to a quilt for my Nephew's Christmas present (My own bed quilt in the background which I also made, see below)|
|21st Quilt for my friend. I know, a random choice of present - but like I said, I like odd.|
Both of these quilts (and my own on my bed) look fantastic in my opinion and were gratefully received. I think I love being an imperfect crafter in lots of areas more than I would love to be perfect in just one. What about you? Are your crafting skills perfect or imperfect and which do you like best?
Nanna Kate X