I'm late on two counts. No, wait - three:
- Joining The Pattern Play online card class
- Handing in my Day 1 homework (nothing's changed there, then)
- Joining the baker's twine trend (can you believe that I've left it till now?)
I joined my first ever online class, Pattern Play, last night so I'm nearly two days behind most people. And I don't want to do the Day 2 lesson until I've finished and posted my homework for Day 1. So today, I've spent a lot (and I mean a LOT) of time sifting through a few boxes of patterned paper and snippets, sorting them according to the principles learned in Lesson 1 in the hope that it would make it easier to use patterned paper. And it's starting to.
Since I started blogging my style has gone CAS-er and CAS-er, which doesn't help the enormous stash of patterned paper that I have. So when therapy comes along in the shape of a class on using patterned paper, there was only one thing to do - join in!
So here's my homework for Day 1, but just to complicate things, I've used the sketch from The Paper Players:
I'm off now to look at Day 2.