I am hesitant to post here because everyone else seems to be working at a much more sophisticated level than I could ever aspire to (I can barely draw a straight line WITH a ruler). I've been doing crafting for years. Probably won't remember all the trends I've partaken in, but here's a start: fabric painting (yeah, that WAS a thing!), plastic canvas, soap crafting (I once made a soap that looked like blueberry pie), jewelry making, and now no-sew blankets. These are not difficult, can be finished quickly, make good gifts, and are forgiving in that if you make a mistake, you can usually hide it. I think the one I am working on now is the 27th or 28th one I have made since mid-November 2017. The photos here show 2 blankets for kids (Wonder Woman et al and the trucks/bulldozers), and two for adults (believe it or not).
(P.S. I tell people that my home is littered with the bones of former hobbies. Leftovers here, there, and everywhere.)
Home made blankets are a great gift. I made one each for my girls years ago, reversible polar fleece with a layer of batting between. Actually did a decent job sewing them as the girls have been using them and thanking me for years. Now it's the grand kid's turn...
You know that's the good thing about art it doesn't matter what it looks like it's an expression of the way you feel. Imagine if Pablo Picasso felt that he wasn't any good and look at some of his artwork. So it's not it's not about levels that people are honest the expression you're doing great I love the Wonder Woman blanket.
Don't be so hard on yourself! Your blankets mean the world to whomever owns them. I have a quilt that was my Dad's. It got passed on to me when he died. It is a simple block quilt but how it makes me feel wrapped up in it when I miss my Dad or I'm ill is therapeutic. It's a comfort thing. So, thank you for your contribution. Hugs