Tag: Craft

Raw Art – Come Journaling Along

August 30, 2011 | By | 6 Replies More
Raw Art – Come Journaling Along

Administrivia! If you’re reading this in an email, thank you! As I’ve been sorting through my creative selves, it’s become obvious that my art and pattern design needs its own separate home here at MonetteSattefield.com. If you’re subscribed to receive email notices of posts about art and the creative life, that’s exactly what you’ll get […]

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What is it with Starting Projects?

June 2, 2008 | By | 1 Reply More
What is it with Starting Projects?

We’ve talked about UFO’s , those unfinished objects lurking in tote bags and closets, now let’s have a look at the other side of that story. Starting projects is fun, fun, fun, but it does have a dark side. Many of them turn into UFO’s with time passing and interest waning. So, why start so […]

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The UFO (Unfinished Object) Problem

May 13, 2008 | By | 1 Reply More
The UFO (Unfinished Object) Problem

I have lots of UFOs because starting projects is my favorite thing. The thrill of new yarns, fibers and fabrics and the shining possibilities of the finished projects – that’s heady stuff. Of course, reality is somewhat different, isn’t it? Like many, my expectations are often higher than my ability to finish them all. I’m […]

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The Fastest Apron in the World

May 3, 2008 | By | Reply More
The Fastest Apron in the World

OK, so the whole world may be an exaggeration, but this is the fastest way I know to make a utilitarian apron. These are the kinds of aprons that you can actually use to cook or clean or craft in and if you wipe your hands on it, well, that’s what they’re for. Start with […]

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