Wow, such talented and creative people here!! I'm impressed!
My biggest talent and enjoyment is sewing. Started as a little girl after seeing Mom do it. I figured out the sewing machine and made little purses and stuff. Then more in 4-H, made many of my clothes in jr high and high school. As a teenager I started sewing home dec and did my entire bedroom ensemble. I don't do many clothes anymore, but made most of the window treatments and accessories in my home. Have done a little bit for others, but that's more nerve-wracking than just doing my own. Enjoy doing all sorts of sewing projects.
I dabble in other things, crochet (never could learn to knit either), furniture refinishing, a little bit of scrapbooking, sweatshirt painting when that was "in". Have made candles, done a little stamping, and tried all sorts of things once or twice. When I was a kid my Mom took cake decorating classes. She would practice at home and show/teach me what she was learning. I have all the stuff now and enjoy making special cakes for family members, but don't think I'd tackle a wedding cake! I not an expert at any of these things, but I sure have fun!
My closets are full of "UFOs" (Un-Finished Objects), all the projects I started and then lost interest in or got side-tracked by life. I don't have as much fabric as Linda, but quite a stash non-the-less.
I can't leave a craft store without a bunch of stuff and a grand plan for what I'm going to do with it. Unfortunately, my time and talent aren't always up to the task!!!
I have finally accepted the fact that I don't have the time to do all these things, so I am trying to focus on the ones I enjoy most. For example, I found that I didn't enjoy stamping, I could do it but it didn't give me that good feeling. After investing a couple hundred dollars in stamps, ink, and supplies, I sold it all for $35 on a garage sale.
Like Wanda, being around lots of older talented family members and spending 9 years in 4-H taking about every project they offered, helped to inspire me.