I got the most wonderful mix of mushrooms from the swap.
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I highlight some little-used techniques that I found in the book.
found this Japanese craft book (or maybe it's a magazine?) from 1966. She gave it to Diane
when she was in Portland. Mimi told Diane that she thought that either Diane or I would really love it. Diane sent it to me.
This installment talks about the front and back cover and the diagrams.
OK, these are the most fun things EVER to make. I love making them so much that I had to consciously and diligently promise myself to not make more than five. There are just so many other fun things to do. If I let myself, all I would do until the end of time is make mushrooms.
Well, the third time was the charm. The blue spotted mushroom was my third prototype and it was perfect. I've scrapped the first two prototypes (I tried to retrofit them, but it was a no-go). Now I'm just cranking them out.