Today's post is going to be short (I promise!) I am busy at the drawing table creating a new pattern of ornaments for the scroll sawyers. My friend Leldon requested it and I always like to do what I can to accommodate him. He helps me so much with going over our patterns and proof reading for me.
It is hard to proof read your own patterns. Especially for people like Keith and myself who crate so many of them. We try to keep a similar format to them and be consistent, but sometimes when we use a template of a similar pattern for our instructions, we accidentally leave something in that that shouldn't be. After the hundreds of patterns we create, it is sometimes difficult not to just read through them without noticing errors or inconsistencies. That is where another pair of eyes come in handy.
In any case, I am busy drawing this morning and I hope to get to a point where I can do some cutting today. It would be nice to have these cut out and ready for the next site update, which will come a little later on this week. (Boy! Those two week intervals come so quickly!)
With that said, I will show you a little 'teaser' of what I am doing:
It isn't a lot to see, but I think it will be a nice project.
As usual, you will have to stay tuned . . .
I wish you all a fabulous Tuesday! Have fun and do something that will make your heart happy!
-- Designer/Artist/Teacher. Owner of Sheila Landry Designs (http://www.sheilalandrydesigns.com) Scroll saw, wood working and painting patterns and surfaces. "Knowledge is Power"