I think in doodles and colors, and love promoting the joy of creating.

Thank you for visiting my blog.

19 thoughts on “About

  1. Oh. Thank you Alan. I really appreciate that you took the time to stop and leave feedback. Drawing has always been my joy. It’s crazy that it took me so long to really get serious about journaling! Better late than never! 🙂 Stay creative!


  2. Thank you so much, Chris. I will look forward to seeing you here and interacting in the future. It is great to have a creative network to inspire and support. Thanks for taking time. Stay creative!


  3. Hi Fay your work is adorable! ❤ I am part of the Facebook group "Fountain Pen Sketchers" maybe you have seen some of my sketches there I just finished INKTOBER and I have been posting daily! Well I am on WordPress and I follow you here too right now! I hope that you will visit my Blog and we can follow each other it is always great to connect with other artists! 🙂 Wish you a wonderful day! 🙂 Carolina


  4. I got one of your lovely patterns at the Leavenworth Quilt Shop the other day, and wanted to thank you for making such lovely, well organized patterns. I have recently purchased other patterns by other artists and yours are such a treat. Thank you.


  5. Good morning Ginnie. What a lovely thing for you to say. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave such positive feedback. It makes me happy if those who find my patterns can enjoy their experience of creating something special. Happy stitching!


  6. Joyce Holzman Hanscom, I would be glad to discuss this further. If you would like to discuss this further, please send your email so we can chat privately. Thank you for kind words.


  7. Thank you Timi. I think I just fixed the issue with the closed comments. It was set to close after a certain number of days. Hopefully, it will be good now. Thank you so much for visiting and taking the time to leave feedback!

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  8. Beautiful work and I like the idea of a sketchbook, but your work seems, to me, to be so much more than doodling. I have just started a diary, like your idea of a sketchbook, of the time I am spending with an autistic, little boy, time spent drawing which he loves, but the best artwork I can do is very quick sketches; he is hardly ever still. I am envious of your patiently built up drawings and this is inspiring to me. Thank you.


  9. Blessings to you for working with such a special little boy. It is so wonderful that he likes to draw! Drawing expresses your feelings, like handwriting does. What you are doing is wonderful because you are communicating with this boy in a way he can relate to. Keep up the amazing work!


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