I have too many hobbies. Knitting, crochet, beading, photography, cooking, baking, painting... I could go on and on.
I don't know why I have so many hobbies, I just decide to try something and then I jump in headfirst. Generally, I'll keep with it for a while and then put it down for anywhere from a month to a year while I move on to a new hobby, or revisit an old one.
For a couple years now I've been wanting to learn how to sew. The only reason I haven't is because I really do not need yet another hobby. Also, I do not need to accumulate the materials that go along with another hobby. I already have more yarn and beads than I know what to do with -- I don't have the shelf or drawer space that would be needed to accommodate the fabric, thread and notions that I know I would accumulate.
However, the desire to learn how to sew returned when I recently saw the following childrens clothing on Etsy.
So Not A Princess Dress
Evening Beauty Dress
Easter Delight Dress
They'd all be SO CUTE on my little niece!
Of course, I also found some pieces I found that I wouldn't mind making for myself.
Audrey Hepburn style circle skirt
Awesome Yoga Pants -- I LOVE yoga pants
The Desi Dress
Another "Audrey" style circle skirt
Russian Doll Cashmere Coat
Geek Girl Hoodie - I know, completely different from the above dresses and skirts
So, I'm contemplating learning to sew. I know that I could make any of these items for much less than what they are selling for - BUT, do I really need to take on another hobby?
I haven't done much in the way of knitting, crochet, or beading in a while so I'm wondering if the interest in taking on a new hobby is because I haven't been doing any of my current ones in so long.