i’ve noticed today while looking through the projects that quite a few of them don’t have anything other than a one sentence description. i really look forward to reading the descriptions, seeing which pattern you used, if it was easy/difficult, as well as looking at a few photos.
and please don’t just put a link to your blog and nothing else. i know it can be tiring to rewrite something that you already blogged about, but i simply cut & paste from my blog and then leave a link in case someone wants to see the gratuitous photos on my blog.
obviously, if you’re not fluent in english or comfortable writing in english, this post is not about you. i have tried to plug foreign language project descriptions into translators which is pretty fun :)
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