Well, if the sewing gene is in me I think it's needs to be catalysed or maybe it mutated, because I suck at sewing. I made a crayon roll, and it's totally cute in theory, but sucks in execution. Like eating a donut: it sounds like a good idea, but ends up making you feel yucky all day.
I combined Kathy from Pink Chalk Studio's pencil roll pattern with this crayon roll pattern and what I made will hold crayons but it's not perfect. The lines are wonky. I didn't have interfacing so I thought, "make it from flannel, why don't other people do that?" Well, they don't do it because it get so thick you can't fit it under your machine foot! Plus, I put outside tie ribbon in the wrong place, so when I turned everything, the ribbon was inside the crayon roll! None of this makes sense to some of you, but now some of it does to me, I guess I just need more practice.
It's a gift for a young boy, who won't notice, would you make a new one or give it as is? A 4 year old won't notice, but it's the principle-giving an imperfect, slightly wonky gift. Would you do it?