It feels like months have gone by since I’ve actually ‘made’ something. So I was so excited to be able to start AND finish something this weekend. Nothing big…but hey: these days anything is good.
Little Guy is in YMCA Soccer again this fall and for those of you in the soccer circuit, you know how nasty those soccer shoes can be after practice or a game, right? With all the mud and grass, and …. half the soccer field in between those cleats. Yeah…Thought so. Well…rather than have Little Guy take them off and toss them in a plastic bag from the grocery store when he climbs in the car, I created a draw-string shoe bag. And he likes it. A lot. He smiled BIG TIME when I showed it to him. Ahhh, the little things.
I found a valance (you know, the curtain type) at the Thrift Shop awhile back. Not knowing what it might become, but too nice to pass up. That pretty much sums up my Thrift Shop mentality: never knowing what it might become, but too nice to pass up. I like that! [My wife thinks I'm nuts....]
So…here’s the finished project. A simple un-lined bag. But it will more than serve the purpose I think. Don’t you?
PS: Do you know how I can tell that it’s back-to-school time? Because I have about ten (10) pairs of jeans/khaki pants to shorten. Yeah…the CraftyDad family is a bit on the ‘less than tall’ side of things. [Note to self: so thankful to have the machines to make quick work out of all this.]