I made a super simple crochet necklace this week. Single crochet, 28 gauge wire, beads, and a few findings is all that was required. The whole project took a couple of hours, spread out over the course of the week. Then last night Brian and I tried to take photos of this necklace.
But some days, taking a decent photo is harder than it sounds. Turns out handing your husband a camera and putting on lipstick doesn’t turn him into a photographer any better than it turns you into a model.
Also, here’s a pro tip. Make sure your shirt isn’t on backwards. Yup, in these two photos you can tell my shirt is on backwards. OOPS.
Nope. Turns out that’s not an option today. Also what’s up with my shirt? Clearly I’m having wardrobe issues.
This is when I decided to give up. It’s just a finished project photo. I’m not trying to sell the pattern, so screw it!
It was super hot, so Brian and I decided to go swimming. In theory I’ll try shooting a tutorial of how to make this necklace, but right now it’s in timeout. Clearly the necklace is at fault for the crappy photos.
But hey, I finished it! That counts for something, right?