A Snowballing Project

This is a prime example of a project that would never end.  It snowballed and continuously transformed into the next project.  I had taken a passing photo of a stone bridge in Mull while travelling in Scotland.  Although I quite often take photos with the intention of drawing them at a later date, this was not one of those photos.  I simply took it because I love old stone bridges.   Couple of.. Read More

A Little Swap

As someone who loves to continuously create new things, I almost never get to remake a block that I have designed.  Even though I would love to make a few of them using different colours, I mostly move on to drawing new designs and making the new blocks instead.  That holds especially true for the star quilt patterns.  However, I recently got a chance to remake one. When I made the coffee-themed.. Read More

Pencil Case Tutorial For Making Christmas

  As a child, I used to live above my grandfather’s printing press and I used to get a lot of art supplies as gifts all the time.  I grew very fond of paper, pencils, markers, paint, glue, etc.  Even today, being surrounded by art supplies makes me happy.  Art supplies are like catnip for me!  The tradition continues and I recently got a ton of micron pens as a.. Read More