To celebrate the last day of Kickstarter I did a tessellation flash mob at my favorite coffee shop
I was so tired at the end of my Kickstarter, but not too tired to do a tessellation flash mob event at my favorite coffee shop, Flag & Wire! McMinnville Library Children's Librarian Sam Geary loaned me this antique quilt, made of tessellated hexagons. I bought a pot of coffee and invited anyone who supported the project to come have a coffee with me and snuggle (tessellate, if you will) under this lovely quilt.
Thank you for coming out to support Tessalation! on it's last day on Kickstarter!
Thank you, Sam, for the chance to wear this quilt, thank you, supporters, for showing up, and thank you, Kickstarter fans, who made Tessalation! a reality!
3/27/2018 07:40:04 am
Celebrating such moments of happiness has been the aim of every person in their lives for sure. I really like to be the part of such happiness that is meant to give the joy to others about the reason.
2/22/2020 06:17:11 pm
Tessalation was a huge success! We can never deny the fact that it was successful and you did a great job on that. I know that somehow, it became stressful for you. But perhaps, life has its own ways on how you can find the joy that you deserve. By the way, how was the flashmob that you make? I am pretty sure that you planned for it for a very long time! I dod not notice that it was the last day of Kickstarter. I am sure it wasn't easy for you to let go!
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Emily Grosvenor, author of Tessalation!, a children's book about tesselations and patterns in nature.