tales not on paper

rough or smooth, neat or
frayed – every piece has its
own small history.

—–

cut and drawn, blocked on
a sketchbook – here is what it
will (might) soon become.

—–

handcrafted with care
and due diligence, it is
at first a blank slate.

—–

handworked into something
functional or just decor
ideas are endless.

—–

watch as iΒ work and
ruin each old pattern to
avoid duplicates.

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