December Projects: To Blog or Not To Blog

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Those of you who are reading this and know me, know that I am both a Graphic Designer and a Seamstress. For the past year I’ve been sitting on the fence about which way I should land for my on-line brand. This process has been both frustrating and unproductive. I get excited about a project I have that focuses on my Design skills, loose interest and fall back on a sewing project.

With the launching of K Doodle design I am faced with a big choice for my blog focus. My obvious solution would be to host two separate blogs. However, knowing my limited time I feel my small audience would be best served with a combined theme.

Combine the two skill sets with surface design and my Spoonflower storefront has been a lot of fun. I am still learning but my designs are getting better and I am on track to launch a new line of spring patterns in March.

But simply designing patterns for my clients to use on wallpaper, fabric and other surfaces has not been completely satisfying. I love construction too much to not challenge myself and continue my journey as a seamstress.

Thanks for being part of the journey.

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