While it’s all well and good that someone wants to sell my patterns it also means that I have to make cut-out-sheets with all the different parts. Which is far from easy. And all the while my neighbours’ moronic son plays extremely loud, extremely rotten “music” going right throuh two walls, a hedge and several yars of garden.
I tried the Brian Wilson-cure. No good. Instead of Good Vibrations it was more like
“(I’m picking up): I’m seeing these big frustrations / it’s being exasperating” – repeat ad nauseam.
Only when I pain-stakingly made grid after grid in the different sizes of some of the parts did it help. In part. Because I obviously can’t get two grid next to each other in spite of ample room. And I can’t draw up all the parts because a grid does not allow for a diagonal line.
It seems it’s back to hand-drawing, scanning and clip-art. A hassle, in other words.
Oh yes and of course I just got a rejection from one of the two still possible publishers. I see more grids looming.
Perhaps I should just call up the other publisher, ask him straight out and then start selling those patterns individually.
Some of them are actually easy to draw up. And an opening in one shop could be openings in other shops too.
And once those pattern pieces are made I just need to store them safely. Yup, I could be cathing a few Good Vibrations too.