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Every time I make a new mosaic, I marvel anew at the wonders of t'internet. The generosity. The tools we have, freely available. Mosaic maker is a present from BigHugeLabs.
My big thanks as always to all the generous artists behind these fab pics, which lead to the most wonder-filled worlds beyond. Sets of shimmering Beauty. Click on thru, to visit sets and streams and whatnots, if you have moments, via the links. Click pic for clearer mosaic, too.
I have been so happy to have discovered the joys of ravelry.com. I knew of the site previously, but since I didn't consider myself much of a knitter and not at all of a crocheter, I didn't bother finding my way in there. Now, it is becoming a rich, rich place of resource and connection and exploration and delight and and and, for me. Me and a very big bunch of others, eh. Really, it is such a well-put-together thing. And again, all for free. So much goodness online...
If you are a Ravelry-er, you can find me there as 'hookbeauty'. I've already gathered another brilliance-filled 'notebook' - gallery - of otherfolk's lovely creations - in favo(u)rites there, which I'd love to flap around here, too, but which is only visitable if you sign in, I believe.
As for re-tuning spaciouscraft.net; I can only report that ideas have brewed during the Mercury Retro phase, and I'll aim to bring them on thru in the coming weeks. It's work which I'd like to have done, but not particularly to do.
I'm going to be working for a while with a creativity-coach-in-training, thanks again to great generosity, this time via Eric Maisel, and of course, my coach-to-be who kindly chose my email request out of the pool of potential.
So I am hoping that, with some support and a bit of accountability, the creative tasks which don't altogether appeal, but whose product would please me greatly, will become achieved things rather than aimed-for things, before very long.
And I am hoping that I will find ways to make time to do all manner of things which I enjoy. It sounds simple, put like that, eh?
Seeing ways forward, again.