Crafty Little Piece of Advice... Do What You Can

April 30, 2017

The hand crafted world can be quite daunting when you want to share your creations online.  Online communities are great for sharing your work and for supporting fellow crafters and being supported when you need it.. But there always seems to be so many people with more materials, better equipment, more experience or a bigger crafting space. There may be a new lingo to get to grips with, all this terminology and don't mention the abbreviations which can make you feel a little bit of an outsider.  

 

 

Where you may have felt accomplished managing to make something useful and saleable  with your little crochet hook and DK  yarn or your one stamp set and paper stack or your block of clay and cheap set of potters tools you might be in danger of feeling a little bit inadequate in the world of the longer standing crafter who has not only amassed the knowledge of the lingo and community but also a serious hoard of materials with which they are able to throw out new brilliant projects on a daily basis.

 

My crafty little piece of advice today is... just do what you can. Don't measure yourself up against anyone, we all start somewhere and it's far better to start than to not bother at all. One of those options will guaranteed get you nowhere the other might just take you somewhere.

 

 

 

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