Turning over a project can be bittersweet. While you are able to put a smile on your client's face, you are also letting go. I am always thankful I am given opportunities like this one to work with and for people who appreciate what I can do and have faith in what I can deliver. It's been a year of firsts for me in crochet. I am looking forward to many more.
Check out the bouquet when I was still starting to make it here.
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This is lovely! How'd you put them all together?ReplyDelete
This is a beautiful bouquet. I'm sure you still get many compliments on it. I read in an earlier post that you were considering selling the pattern. I wondered if you have it available yet. I have found (and tried) several other rose patterns for a wedding bouquet but yours is by far my favorite and looks like it would be easier to make than many of the others. I would love to use it to make the flowers for my upcoming wedding if it is available.ReplyDelete