Posts Tagged ‘updates’

preorder saint bartlett

April 5, 2010

I have a few upcoming art projects related to the release of Damien Jurado’s new album, Saint Bartlett, so I am thrilled to pass on the news that it is now available for pre-order via the Secretly Canadian website.

All pre-orders will receive an instant mp3 download of the whole record, which is pretty rad. As for those art projects, there will be more news soon…

saintbartlett.com
secretlycanadian.com

projects

January 9, 2010

Lately…

Left: Hexacomb by Katie Himmelberg
Right: Waffle Stitch Fingerless Gloves by Jill Toporkiewicz

and upcoming…

I cannot seem to keep my hands off my knitting needles lately, so I am knitting knitting knitting and will hopefully have some more things to share & sell in the coming weeks. Luckily, I have generous friends who know yarn makes a great Christmas gift so I have plenty of yarn waiting to turn into finished objects. I am getting back into pattern-writing and I have lots of ideas bouncing around in my head…

new knitting pattern

September 10, 2009

Paper Tiger is branching out – into the world of knitting patterns! My new pattern for a cute cowl with cables and eyelets is now available. It’s free!

Download the PDF – Cables & Eyelets Cowl

photo update

July 15, 2009

I’ve uploaded new photos to four of the galleries: travel, music, people, and products.

new illo, photos revamped

February 28, 2009

Hello! Two orders of business today:

1: The photo section of this site was in dire need of updates, and I have just finished a complete and total overhaul. If you click on that little link to the left that says “photo” you will find quite a few new photos and a new category system for easy browsing. Some of the categories are a little large (*cough travel cough*) but I tried to streamline as much as possible to avoid unnecessary viewer bombardment by photos.

2: I’ve uploaded a new illustration, as well, now viewable in the illo gallery.

new composite

February 15, 2009

I added a new piece to the composite gallery, called “Holdt√∂lte”.