Monday, June 25, 2012

SummerQuest 10

Your quest, should you choose to accept it, is: make a craft from a pattern. Your challenge is to create your own pattern to share and post it on Instructables or another free craft site. Post a description and a link in the comments.


  1. I did some Iris Folding, wish I hadn't made my pattern so large but it still came out looking good. You can see what, and how I did it here.

    1. Wow, Shell, that's really cool and collage-y! And I like the message :) I like the flower a lot, too.

      Did you come to our iris folding drop in craft last year, or did you get the idea on your own?


  2. Yeah I did that flower at the library. I'd never known about Iris folding until ya'll showed me how to do it.

  3. Iris Folding looks amazing! I have never heard of it before, but I'm definitely going to give it a try. That is just too cool -- thanks for sharing it!

  4. I never knew folding was sooooooo fun.
    Heres a link:

    1. Thanks for sharing your pencil holder, Swagg master! That means you unlocked ANOTHER piece of the image today, we're getting really close to the final pieces!


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