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Hand Drawn Bookmarks

Today I spent some time in my studio after working. I was exhausted from being awake early in the morning. My dog has dementia and she constantly wanders around the house and moves around when I move. Love her dearly, but fatigue and me is not a good idea. Even with fatigue, I had a need to draw.

I bought these brown plain bookmarks. Thinking of making little drawings on them and sell them when I’m ready to open my shop.

I was getting more fatigue as I drew this as my legs began to swell, (I have rheumatoid arthritis). I did not get to the back of it, but the front I am rather pleased.

I’m hoping there’s enough people who still read books and want a new hand drawn bookmark. Nevertheless, it’s relaxing to draw these one-of-a-kind bookmarks.

Supplies

  • Plain bookmarks, I bought mine on Amazon
  • Gel pens
  • Markers
  • Pencil

Happy Day

Caroline

My shop is open on Etsy

knitting

The Purl Stitch

The Purl Stitch is the opposite of knit stitch. The stitch is in reverse of the knit stitch. The knit stitch is the basic stitch when it comes to knitting.

Purl Stitch will look like tiny bumps. I’m working on the seed stitch with the white and orange scarf….

Basics of Purling:

  • The yarn must be in front of the needle.
  • When knitting the purl side is wrong side.
  • On the right side there will be rows of “V” shapes

Steps to Purl Stitch:

Working yarn needs to be in the front of the needle.

Insert right needle into the front of the left needle.

Wrap the yarn around the right needle.

slide your right needle down, with some tension. Move the right needle down and through the loop. Slide it off the needle. The stitch should be on the right needle.

Below the first stitch is the knit stitch the second stitch is the purl stitch.

It’s very simple once you do a few purl stitches.

Happy Stitching

Caroline