September 2, 2015

Make Jewelry. Stop KNITTING!

This is what I keep having to tell myself. Over and over like a freakin' broken record. I guess that's usually the problem with starting a new hobby. It becomes very difficult to pull yourself away from it.  So I forced myself to sit in the studio all day and (every day) try to walk out with at LEAST 2 pieces of jewelry a day.  So far it's working out. I can knit a few rows with my morning coffee and then pick up later on in the evening in front of the TV. And I don't feel like I've wasted the day away playing with yarn when I should be playing with beads.

The more jewelry I can make these next two weeks, the more I can list online, and the more I can have to sell at Harvest Festival. An empty booth there with be no bueno.

Here's what came out of the studio today. These are all listed in my webstore. 












4 comments:

  1. beautiful jewellery i love it

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  2. You can always sell knitting goods too.. ;)

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  3. Glad to see I'm not the only one struggling with competing hobbies! I love that first pair of earrings - so bright and fresh!

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  4. I have almost the same problem. I knit not not so much. I crochet a lot though. I also make jewelry and for hobbies I do other things. Those two are my passions though. I love your work. Its beautiful band there are many interesting elements to keep people wondering what delightful creations you will come up with next.

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