Knitting!

Hey Pals!

I’ve always been a person who liked being creative and always curious to learn new things.

I tried all sorts of arty stuff and a couple years back in got this feeling to start knitting but every time cause of unknown reasons, I couldn’t.

I wouldn’t go to get the yarn, no one around me actually knew how to knit and also I soon forgot about it after a few weeks.

But a few days back my mum brought me some yarn as I’ve always fought with her to do so.

And finally, I am giving it a try.

I’ve learned some basics and it’s going pretty cool.

Knitting is fun and relaxing.

Unfortunately I’ve been knitting for over three days and didn’t actually make anything.

Idk why, I just un-stitch it after doing a bit. Guess I’m still just learning.

Now I’ve finally landed on something which is great.

I shared it because I’d love to know if there are any other knitters around.

For tips, advices, patterns and ideas.

Would love to know!

Thank you for reading!

Irene

Update: Here’s my First Knit Project.

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Designing Clothes

Hey Folks!

After the exams I’ve been staying home and been too confused on what to do.

So, I discovered something I could try doing. That’s stitching.

I’ve been stitching from like forever, since I was a kid. But that was all small stuff, not very great thing to use and brag about but now I tried making something useful.

So here are some tops I just designed that I’d like to share.

This is a favourite one of mine. Red and has a bell like cuffs and frills on the neck.

This is the one with again a bell like cuffs and it’s cut in a curve. The front and the back are also cut like curves to give it a wavey look.

Here’s another wavey frill kinda thing in front and a bow near the neck.

Umm I guess this looks a lot like others just I loved sewing the bell cuffs and the frills.

This is my another favourite design. With a simple design of two bows near the neck and a cut on the arm.

Yeah so that’s what I made in the last few weeks, enjoyed doing it and would love to make more and share those.

Also I’d love to hear from you guys on how you liked it.

Thank You for reading!

Irene

3D Origami Peacock

Hey there everyone! I’m back after a while, sorry I’ve been busy exploring my own surroundings, lol… I wanted to share something I made a while ago. It’s a 3D Origami Peacock Took me a while to get this one done. Lots of work from folding to fixing. Made from around 1500 pieces. Woah but I finally did it. Hope you liked it! Thank You for reading! Irene

Purple Flowers – Paper Quilled Card

Hello Folks!

Today I’m here with another artwork. It’s a card I made for my friend’s birthday a long time ago.

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It’s a card made from the technique of Paper Quilling.

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It has two big flowers in purple.

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Few leaves and stems in green.

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And some buds.

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The design is pretty simple but looks wonderful.

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In the inside there’s a drawing of a birthday cake and some thoughts and wishes.

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It took some 2-3 hours to complete, from thinking the design to putting the name on the end.

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So, how do you like it? I’d love to hear your thoughts, tips or questions.

Thank You for reading!
Irene

3D Origami Swan

Hey Friends!

Today I want to show you something I always wanted to make, its a 3D Origami Swan.

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I had made it a year ago but it broke open.

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But now I’ve finally made it again.

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It’s made of the Chinese (I guess) technique called 3D Origami.

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In it you make small paper triangles and then turn those paper triangles into a sculpture.

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It’s a long work but the result is worth all the hard work.

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It can be enjoyable if you know how to make it, or it will get you frustrated.

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My Swan took 400-450 paper triangles.

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It’s all white with a black beak/bill and eyes.

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Everyone seeing it says it’s beautifully wonderful.

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I think it came out pretty good.

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What do you think? Is it okay, good or better than that? Have any tips or questions?

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I’d love to hear.

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Be sure to come back for more.

Thank You for taking a look!
Irene