First of all, thank you to everyone who chimed in with their thoughts this week. It was really kind of amazing. Did you enjoy this little experiment? Should we do this semi-regularly? If so, I’ll try to do this one day every couple weeks or so in order for me to have time to arrange the giveaways and still have time to read all your comments and toss back some ideas too.
The plan for that this week kind of got thrown out the window, or I would have had more to say as the week progressed. The technical issues we were having took a couple days to resolve then there was catching up to be done. The printer was very patient as we got everything back up and files fixed, but it did delay production, so we have to reset the release date of the winter issue to December 3rd. That’s when the digital issue will be released and is the first possible day shipped issues could begin arriving. We are really sorry for the delay, and we are making appropriate adjustments and sacrifices to the techie gods in hopes this doesn’t happen again!
In the meantime, I will pull a name for the drawing and announce it on Monday. And you call feel like winners with these couple of free online tutorials that are interesting holey and lacy techniques to try this weekend.
The second uses molds or texture sheets to create polymer lace with liquid polymer. Both these techniques are so full of possibilities! The author of this liquid lace tutorial is Mary Kosovo. You will need some oven-safe molds or textures for this one.
Now go out and have fun this weekend!
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