Well, it’s Saturday, and Santa Bucks are here. Too bad the Hamilton Beach Flex Brew 47796 was nowhere to be found. We checked the entire region and my mother’s store. NOPE! Apparently, people did not know that using Santa Bucks would save them an additional $6 instead of purchasing it at 15% off.
I skipped to Days 12 & 17 of my Inktober 2017 projects because they were more complete than Days 4 & 9. In fact, Day 4 needed extensive work before it could even be colored.
This week our trusty Mr. Black & Decker coffee pot died. His button failed and broke into its body. I’m deeply saddened by this sudden loss.
His death left us in the lurch Sunday morning. So, I ran off to Meijer to find a cheap replacement. Cheap it was.
I have some new knitting and illustration content coming in the next couple of months. My goal is to post three times per week by the end of 2018. Scheduling unique content without burnout is essential, so I’m starting out small.
Every other Wednesday will feature WIP Wednesdays where I post progress photos of my current projects. I love seeing WIP photos and hearing about new projects.
On those other Wednesdays, I’ll share photos based on a theme without additional text. This is my version of Wordless Wednesdays.
On Fridays, I’ll talk about finished projects. Typically, I post about pattern releases on the first Friday of the month.
If you’d like to share your projects, I’ll provide a Mister Linky list widget for all Wednesday and Friday posts.
Each month, starting in January, I’ll have a downloadable monthly desktop wallpaper. As time goes on, I’ll offer mobile wallpapers as well.
Other content to look forward to:
Thanks for sticking with me!
I skipped the second day of Inktober’s partial work because there were a few discrepancies with perspective. So, I moved onto the second image from the third day. The two drawings are close-ups of the face, but more specifically the mouths. I’m not quite certain why the need arose to do this, but it did and I’m content.
This Inktober provided challenges for my drawing. I realized how basic my knowledge basic is, and it’s frightening. I knew I was behind and had a steep learning curve, but not this steep! So, I decided to take my time finishing this year’s drawings using some of the techniques from a pool of Pinterest references and YouTube. Continue reading Finishing: Inktober 2017 (Day 1)
Fresh designs for the fall and winter are here! These lovely little knits are unique and fun. They range from beginner and intermediate skill levels.
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