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studio life: embroidery techniques

With my new body of work I aim to refine my embroidery skills. Testing different types of thread and yarn, because the same stitch can produce different effects when different types of thread are employed. 101 more words

Art Portfolio- My Work

The Tools of the Trade

Every job needs tools. Writing is no different. So in addition to the Internet this is the stack of books I rely on the most. There are other volumes but this is the what gets used the most. 89 more words

Tools of the trade.

The question I get asked most is what kind of pens do I draw with. For all of my outlines I use papermate pens. For the larger black areas I use KRINK markers as well as sharpies. 48 more words


Its versus It's

This is a follow-on post to “Apostrophe Abuse.”

English treats its and it’s differently than other words. For the word “it” and only the word “it,” ignore the rule about an apostrophe meaning possession. 211 more words

Tools Of The Trade

Tools of the Trade: Literacy and Beyond

by Rita Sorrentino

Print vs. digital. Handwriting vs. keyboarding. Bound books vs. eBooks. There are proponents of each side of these ongoing debates. For some, keyboarding is the new handwriting. 890 more words


Week 39. - 43. Tools of the Trade

On our coach trip to Arundel Castle to see the tulips, we also visited this greenhouse where there was a vine growing. In the corner of the greenhouse there was this interesting potting bench with some “tools of the trade” stored there too. 123 more words

Outdoor Cookware :: the hot weather is here!

All-Clad brings its heavy-duty cookware outdoors with a collection of grilling essentials that offer the same lasting durability as its indoor cousins. Each piece is crafted of brushed stainless steel with large perforations to circulate heat and add smoky flavor to meat, vegetables and seafood.

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