This Week on Creativebug | February 22nd – 26th

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Days 20 – 26 of 29 Days of Drawing with Heather Ross and Molly Hatch

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2/20: Molly Hatch – Draw Geometric and Organic Shapes image from: @ginginhandmade
2/21: Heather Ross – Draw Pencils and Pushpins image from: @aceofthread
2/22: Molly Hatch – Draw a Mug image from: @hillartific
2/23: Heather Ross – Draw Sunglasses image from: @geralyuo
2/24: Molly Hatch – Draw a Fern with Positive and Negative Space image from: @grumpy_nadej
2/25: Molly Hatch – Draw a Flower image from: @janetjoehlin
2/26: Heather Ross – Draw a Clock image from: @carmeniamoreno

HowToCrochet_Part2_FB_Cover_851x315How to Crochet: Part 2 with Carla Scott

In Part 2, Carla walks you through more advanced techniques, like changing colors, decreasing and increasing. You’ll even learn how to put all of your new skills together to create a zigzag chevron pattern.

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Now for a splash of color. In this final part, you’ll explore how acrylic paint colors mix and match, and learn how to understand the interplay of hue and value. Lisa shares a fun exercise for creating your own signature color wheel using a personal palette. Finally, you will end on a sweet note with a lesson in matching paint colors to Starburst candies and candy wrappers.

AppliqueQuilt_FB_Cover_851x315Hand-Stitched Applique Quilt Tops with Carolyn Friedlander
Return to slow, thoughtful hand stitching with this pretty project by Carolyn Friedlander. With a nod to the symmetry and style of Hawaiian quilting, you will create your applique piece like a paper snowflake and arrange it on your fabric background. Carolyn teaches you how to baste your applique piece by hand, how to stitch inside and outside curves and points, and how to efficiently remove basting stitches.

Make2Share-FB-cover-img-851x315-v4Make2Share Launch
Make2Share (#make2share) represents the leading manufacturers, retailers, media companies, and educators in the global maker and DIY space who have come together to promote the delight and satisfaction of handmade giving and receiving.

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