A little different

November 23, 2009 at 5:15 pm | Posted in All Finished Crafts, Craft - Books | 2 Comments
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No one would be surprised that I am still so much into modular folding, or origami in general, but this time it’s somehow a little different. It’s still modular, it’s still from the same notepad, but it’s no longer designed by Fuse Tomoko. The designs are from Miyuki Kawamura’s book Polyhedron Origami For Beginners. Both models differ from the ones I finished previously in different ways.  The yellow one is a “skeleton” model, which gives better view of the edges and the center. As for the other one, it consists two different types of modules. Modular folding mania continues~

The Best Rewards

November 12, 2009 at 9:22 am | Posted in Craft - Misc | Leave a comment

It’s always delightful to see people trying out the patterns I designed. It got to be the best reward for people publishing free patterns just like me. I tend to wonder whether one can understand what I put in the patterns. The worst scenario would be no one wants to try it. It’s especially the case for the scissor cover pattern, which is just not the usual type of patterns that would attract many.  Therefore, I was thrilled to see Ankitio’s scissor case. Thanks, Ankitio, for making it so nice for me! 🙂 Same goes to the one who makes better clover than I did. 😛

Money cannot buy

November 5, 2009 at 12:28 pm | Posted in All Finished Crafts, Craft - Inspirations | 2 Comments
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To be honest, money is never an important issue for me. Having a supportive family, I am certain I won’t be starving, even when I was not able to support myself. Although I felt ashamed from time to time for making much less than my college friends, I am usually satisfied as long as I have source to cover my living expense, which is lower the average given my hobby of crafting and recycling. 😛

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