The article has this photo, my favorite amusement park train with happy animals.
In the current issue of ‘Love to Knit and Crochet’, you will see my interview article, yes, again!
This time the article goes on two spreads, 4 pages. How flattering!
The first spread;
and the second;
I received the request some months ago by e-mail from the editor. Attached was the previous blogger’s interview PDF as an example. The pages were colourful and beautiful with lots of photos nicely arranged, and I felt a little anxious about accepting the request. I hoped that the editor can work a magic and make me look nice, too.
And I think she did!
I supplied all the photos. The hardest bit was the photos of my working space. I don’t have a studio dedicated to my knitting and sewing, I just work in a corner of our dining room. I wish I had a posh and stylish studio like I often see in magazines, but I do like my corner. I work most of the day but I don’t have to feel isolated.
The problem is the room is between the conservatory and living room and do not have direct windows. It is bright enough for me to work but photos taken in the room usually look too dark with funny colours.
I tried to do without work space photos, but I knew that the editor wanted these the most. That is the whole point of the interview, isn’t it? To show behind the scene?
So I asked my younger son to carry down the large lighting equipment that my husband uses for e-bay photos and there we go, we tried.
They are not brilliant images, but I think it worked.
This shelf was made by my son. He made it for GCSE design tech. He scored very high with this one.
It is supposed to be a coffee table and cannot say it is the most convenient thing for my stash, but I am keeping it. Maybe some day, I can tell his children the story.
The article comes with the knitting pattern of this hedgehog pin cushion.
I don’t like sticking pins to animal toys but this is an exception. Hedgehogs have spiky back and I feel less guilty.