How to make your own pencil patterns: Free pattern files, free instructions, free PDFs

June 20, 2021 0 Comments

In the fall of 2016, Reyna Johnson of New York City, New York, was inspired to create a pencil pattern using a vintage pencil she had recently purchased.

Johnson used her sewing skills and love of vintage furniture to craft her first pencil patterns in a simple and elegant way.

“I felt like I could use the pencil to make things like appliques or hats or dresses,” Johnson said.

Her pattern was inspired by a pencil made by the artist, Dali, in 1884.

“He was famous for creating a pattern that was so simple, yet had such a beautiful and unique feeling to it,” Johnson continued.

“There’s something about simple pencils that feel beautiful and so much better when made with something more sophisticated.

It’s very reminiscent of how my life is now, when I’m creating things.”

The pattern was so unique, Johnson thought she might make it for friends, family and even a business partner.

She was inspired, and in the spring of 2017, she gave it to a friend to try on and print on her own paper.

It was a very small step, but she was able to make it a success.

A couple of weeks later, Johnson shared her pattern on the website Craftsy.

It quickly went viral and quickly became a viral hit.

It also inspired a number of people to create their own pencils.

Johnson shared some of her patterns on her Instagram page with the hashtag #dallasgirls.

“It was amazing how quickly people responded to it.

People asked for the same pencils and asked for some variations,” Johnson told Designing with Numbers.

Johnson’s pattern inspired so many people that she decided to create the first collection of her own.

“One of the things that really stuck out to me was that people were making pencil patterns that were completely different than what I had.

So, when people asked me to make pencil patterns, I was like, ‘Oh my god, you know what?

I can’t wait to share my pattern with you guys,'” she said.

Johnson is now designing new patterns and selling them on her website.

Her patterns can be customized to any size and are available for purchase online.

“People have been telling me that their pencils are so much easier to make than I expected.

People say that it’s so easy to make the patterns they have,” she said of her work.

“That was a real eye opener to me.

And I think that’s what keeps me motivated.

I know that the pattern is really unique, but I can always create something different.”

Johnson said she’s also noticed a change in the women she meets who are interested in creating their own patterns.

“A lot of women are finding that they want to do more, they want a bit more freedom and to be creative, but not necessarily necessarily in the same way that I would,” she explained.

Johnson also said that she plans to continue working on her patterns, but also have her own projects coming up that will showcase her expertise and help other women.

“My goal is to do something really unique that is not a pattern, but is just a pencil,” she continued.

This trend of women creating their very own pencil pattern is exciting for her, but it’s also a good way to see if it works for you.

“If it works, then it can be a way to expand your knowledge of what a pencil is, and what the design process is, so you can create things that people can enjoy,” she added.

“And I hope that by sharing my patterns, people will also learn a little bit more about my work, and be inspired to try out different things that they may have seen before.”