the basic pattern pdf is now available for free download at my blog, further details are there
- Current Mood: tired
Hey peeps, I just wanted to crosspost my experience at the Etsy Made in Canada show last weekend which you can read on my art journal - purpleponyart . It was so crazy! My sales were good, but of course I wish I had more of the things that sold best :D
I have four more craft sales booked for November. Is anyone else prepping for the season?
I was wondering if anyone knows of a more specific community I could post eventual tutorials/projects I make to? I wouldn't count it as knitting or crochet but maybe other people would, that's why I'm confused.
Here's a good tutorial for it so you can see what it is (in the beginning she just talks about needles and then it gets going): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwdWeEN
Originally posted by calzephyr77 at The Complete Book of Retro Crafts
I can tell you it was not as easy as it may seem at first. Scratching paint of was not the hardest part of it at all. For me the hardest part was to make the lines for folds light enough so that when bent, they would not break apart. I have finished the top half of this box and not sure that i am able to make the second half... because it's just a bit frustrating to have the material unable to withstand the impact of folding. The idea is good, it's just i have no patience in perfecting my technique making folds.
You can see here the break along the fold on the short side. This fold should hold the box together, so the break means that the box can unfold itself at any moment.