Monthly Archives: July 2014
I tried out a few new techniques and ideas. I’m not happy with all of them, but I can see how they can be improved upon to make something I do actually like.
I’m trying to do at least one of these a day. Much like crochet, it’s doing wonder for keeping me from beating people to death with their own limbs.
For the holidays last year, a friend got me a balloon animal kit as a joke. It’s actually surprisingly fun. My flowers still kind of stink, but my monkeys are getting much better. Also, my son’s popularity has increased significantly … Continue reading
A bit of my later work.
These are some of my early jewelry pieces, back when I first learned wire wrapping.
These are a few of the crochet projects I have done over the years.
Finished the wizard doll. Trying to decide which one to make next. We have a fighter, a healer, and a blaster, so… skill-monkey?
Trying out color on the Zentangles made me realize – I need a better scanner.
The word limit on this assignment forced me to cut out half of my intended plot. Maybe one day I’ll go back and finish it. _______________________________________________________________________ A single tulip had struggled its way free of the weed-choked garden that … Continue reading
I don’t know if they are good, but they are certainly addictive. They also clearly scan much better in black and white on my HP Deskjet.