In a big city it can be hard to do DIY projects, especially if you live in a small place. Fortunately, in a big city there are often places to go and satisfy your DIY itch.
Here’s a list of some of The Best Do-It-Yourself Spaces in Toronto. Via BlogTO.
First off, I think the quilts by Elizabeth Elliott are beautiful. Besides their beauty, I found it remarkable how she goes about making them. According to this piece, Quilts Made of Code by Elizabeth Elliott – Design Milk, the quilts are designed…
using a programming language called Processing. Through Processing, Elliott edits coding and generates random formations of geometric and traditional quilt block shapes. Afterward, she plays and edits the configuration until it becomes a quilt design she likes.
Here’s one more:
Go see the Design Milk article to see more and get more information.
For those wanting to make their own Christmas decorations, the blog Olive Loaf Design shows you how to turn old sheet music into something very festive. If you don’t have old sheet music, you can try your hand at other pretty paper to make something worthy of gracing your mantel or any other surface that needs some holiday cheer.
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