Whew! Our Summer Triptychs are complete! ... Or mostly, I'm still waiting on Sid but that's ok! He has made progress!
This #OxCoPALs project was a fun and challenging process for us all. Whether it be simple mistakes like wrong needle size used and needing to adjust our pattern for easier punching or a more complicated one like changing out colors, we each learned a lot!
I don't know about you, but we always go into these projects knowing there are going to be hurdles to leap over, but in the end it will all be worth it. Plus it's super nice to be working on these projects with others. It gives us sounding boards to talk out the issues and other sets of eyes to help us figure out what exactly it is that just isn't right. That's why the #OxCoPALs has been so wonderful! Not only do we have the other members here at The Oxford Company, but we have you all. While this time, we served the information up a little differently, we still got such great comments and questions from everyone via email and social media. These help us to see things differently and provide different solutions to the problems that we hadn't thought of.
I want to send a big hearty thank you out to each and every one of you who has been reading, taking part in, commenting, and emailing us. It's so amazing to see the response that the #OxCoPALs project has received. The projects that you are taking on are so fantastic and we cannot wait to see them finished! I really hope that you submit your work to be included in the final wrap-up collage I will be sending out next week.
If you have any questions in regards to the triptych that you are working on, we love to answer questions, so please, send them in! Also if you have any comments on things you found helpful to you, tips or tricks you learned along the way, or anything that you found funny, please let us know so we can share it!
The final wrap up email will be going out next Friday, August 26th, so submit any pictures or comments by Wednesday, August 24th to have them included!
Here is a quick round up of pictures of each of our completed, or almost, Triptychs!