I deliberately kept the fabric top a very simple four patch (a batch of which I actually made up on my summer holidays). Earlier this week I picked up the four patches and decide to move them on. Tons of ribbon later (these babies eat about 1.5m of ribbon each!) and some swift lessons in the fidgetty nature of fleece, I have a little production line going to finish up this batch of taggies for boys.
Although none of the fabrics in this project are expensive in themselves, I worked out that these cost just under £2 each in materials to make up. At approx 9.5" square finished, I'm wondering if people would pay more than this so that they make even a little profit if I decided to sell them?
Not sure if it's the item itself I'm not loving making, or if I'm just not a production line type girl. Hope I can find the love to get around to the girls' batch one day!
Just telling it like it is, so you know I don't always love everything I embark on.
PS - Remember the Slouch Bag I made at Judith's summer workshop? (Which I do love!)
Well, now you can make one for yourself because Judith has just added the Slouch bag pattern to her Etsy site. This is a mega versatile bag, loved by kids, teens and proper grown ups too, so if you are beginning to mull over potential Christmas present makes (can't believe I mentioned that word) this would be a fabulous pattern to get you on your crafty way. Go on, check it out!