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Thursday, 17 October 2013

Inspired Patterns - Day Seventeen

Nearly gave up today. I'm missing spending my free time actually creating cards and the like. I've so many ideas for crafts I want to make. i'lll just have to try and wait until November. Anyway, I haven't given in.

I found this photograph instead...

Which I turned into...


To make a pattern like this...


Well I'll have plenty of funky patterns to play with once the month is up. And hopefully, a cleaner, better organised craft room too (yet another project I have on the go, when I'm not doing this lol).

Thanks for dropping by

6 comments:

Michelle said...

Don't give up! Your patterns are amazing! This one is no exception! :-)

Carol Yates said...

Hi Paul, have just caught up on 5 days blog hopping, so though I have seen all your amazing patterns, I didn't have time to comment. They are all truly amazing, keep it up, I am enjoying this so much. Hope Neil is well on the way to recovery. I know what it is like when you are worriedly waiting, my 13 year old grandson recently had an op to repair a large hole in his eardrum, and when I got the text to say he had just gone to theatre I felt sick. I stormed the gates of heaven with my prayers! I can't tell you the relief when i heard he was back in recovery. Take care the both of you.
Carol.x

Michele said...

This is one of my faves - it looks very retro! x

Sharon Y said...

You are doing good. Keep it up. This one is cool. Kinda steampunky and masculine. Good luck on the organizing.

alexa said...

I am playing serious catch up here, and nearly fell off my heavily cushioned chair when I saw you had written fifteen posts since I last looked! I think I fell into a time warp ... what a glorious clutch of patterns. I love the inspiration for this one and how cleverly you have used it. So glad to hear Nick is recovering and hope he is taking it easy... Reorganising space is always satisfying - when it is done! Looking forward to more of these super patterns. I could see this is several different colourways in the fabric department of John Lewis!

Monika Reeck said...

this one looks lovely too Paul...nice masculine DP...