Fear of failure often holds us back in our creative work. How do you conquer fear of failure? Practice your courage by failing small, and failing often.
What do you do when the ideas won’t come? Don’t worry – it happens to the best of us!
Learn how to brainstorm your way to lots of new designs, and unleash your creativity – even if you’re in a rut.
Need to create a project with a tight timeline? Find out how to plan and complete projects by the due date, efficiently and without drama. No more late nights or missed deadlines!
Illustrated through the story of Ode to Joy, a beautiful handwoven wall hanging designed and created in just ten days.
Mistakes are inevitable when creating original work. And the later you find the mistakes in your work, the more expensive and difficult to fix. So instead of designing the entire piece up front, evaluate and tweak your design frequently, If you make (and correct) your mistakes early and often, you’ll find a quicker path to success.
Critique is one of the most difficult and also most essential parts of mastering your craft. To produce good work, you need to evaluate your piece-in-progress to identify what’s working – and what’s not. These five rules will make your critiques more effective (and enjoyable!)
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