I participated in The 100 Day Project from April–July 2016. The project is hosted online by the artist Elle Luna, creating a community of incredibly diverse and talented creatives. The project itself is based on Pentagram partner Michael Bierut's MFA workshop at Yale University. The idea of the project is to repeat the same act everyday for 100 days. The act I chose to do was to weave on a 7x7 inch loom every day. The one constraint I gave myself, to both help the days go by faster and to guide myself to explore, was every 10 days I had to change the color palette, style, or technique. The weavings were intended to be more like sketches or swatches, not fully formed pieces. Some of the weavings ended up great, some not so great. Some were made on the train, some were made at 1am. This project was about the daily ritual of designing and making.