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entry #25: I knit things

Do you know how to knit? I learned, slowly, at Kiwi Kitting in Tucson. First thing I knit on my own was this rasta hat. I love the random texture in the yarn. It covers my beginner mistakes. What’s next? A sweater or a cowl?

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entry #22: Holiday Sweater

We were invited to the annual Tacky Holiday Sweater Party in Tucson. I tried to find a tacky cute sweater with cats on it, but didn’t want to drop $50+ on ebay. So, I decided I could just make one myself! I spent less then $3 on felt at Micheal’s, picked up ribbon from the dollar store and used embroidery thread from my collection. I tied for third place in the tacky sweater category for ‘Best PTA Parent’ sweater!

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entry #17: Happy shopping, my dears!

My online store is now open! Hundreds of people have been requesting a John Muir t-shirt, and now they can order their own from my little online shop. The illustration was the winner of Sierra Club’s John Muir t-shirt contest back in April of this year.

Order a shirt for yourself, your loved ones and co-workers. Choose from a variety of men’s and women’s fits; organic and regular fabrics; and many different colors. I’m even offering a large tote bag for your trips to the Farmers’ Market.

The store is powered by Printfection, a print-on-demand online company that takes care of the ordering, printing and shipping. This makes it easy for me because it frees up my time to create even more designs for my fans. When you click on the link to the store it will take you a different web site, but don’t worry, it’s totally legit.

My store: http://www.printfection.com/jessicacastillodesign

Please contact me if you would like a color or fit that is not featured on the site (I like special orders). Happy shopping!

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entry #14: Fear Muir’s beard

Check out what I designed for a t-shirt contest at the Sierra Club, called Fear Muir’s Beard. The idea behind the contest is a play on San Francisco Giants’ Brian Wilson and his epic beard. You can find this social phenomenon on a google image search.

I decided to take the approach of Muir pioneering the original California beard. Some of my alternate taglines were: “Preserve Muir’s Beard” and “Let it grow like Muir’s Beard.” I started by drawing the outline of John Muir’s head. Then I used the branded Sierra Club tree for the forest and threw in the big dipper star constellation. Yosemite’s forests and skies are so gorgeous…I sure miss the smell of Sequoia trees!

Wish me luck!

Muir Pioneered the Beard t-shirt design for Sierra Club

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