A new shape of eyeliner that I've been dabbling with. It makes me look a little bitchy and I am OK with that.
The now classic feeling of vintage Singer sewing machine wall from All Saints now open in Chicago.
My new buddy Gustav the Ram but I like to call him a Goat because it works better with his name.
My new shoes from Top Shop for only $70 on sale! this picture doesn't even do their shine justice.
The other nice thing about Instagram is that is much easier for me to remember to take progress photos of work that I have been doing. I certainly don't think I could do a very intensive tutorial with them but I like to be able to look back at different stages of progress. I can also take a snapshot to post as soon as I finish a work, then I can go back and DSLR it for a quality blog post.
My weaving from class before I took it off the loom.
Bruised #2 Embroidery
Scab #2 Embroidery
Scab #1 Embroidery
Beading loom work that I started the other night.
Yup you can get a lot shared via Instagram but I'm still working on my photography skills so I get better images for the blog without relaying on pretty filters. I'm going to try and limit myself to no more then one post a week that uses my instagram photos. Otherwise you can see them on this Tumblr, or off my Twitter.