Homemade Card

A dear friend of mine was departing these fair isles for her home country of Australia and I was asked by the other members of our knitting group to make her a card. Here is the end result. It’s simply a circle of cardboard, wrapped in wool with two wooden skewers – capped with strips of paper – pushed through it to represent knitting needles. Simple!

I rarely get time to be visually creative, something I really miss from my days as an Interior Architect. When I get the time to make cards it’s a nice, inexpensive, low-waste way to design and make something visual and it helps to put a smile on the faces of those I care about. Win, win.

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