Hand Making My Portfolio

Handing in my finished portfolio assignment for school was a bit nerve racking. Creating an image to be judged is much less intimidating than creating a hand-made portfolio. I was out of my element and I was very unsure of what others would think. For the past week I was the crazy classmate that was carrying around a sewing machine making god-knows what and it peaked the interest of many people. When it came time to start the sewing process I had a few extra eye's watching me work on this part. Many people still did not understand what I was doing until the very end when I put it all together.

Despite some insecurity in the quality, I am completely in love with my final product. Throughout the design process I was very sure of every detail I added to my portfolio and I have impressed myself. (Just to toot my own horn a

little.)

It's pretty awesome!

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