I’m posting late today. But my taxes are done. Don’t leave yours until the last moment.
One of my goals for this year, which I really haven’t done much about, is getting back to Zentangle with more regularity. Since I couldn’t think of anything else that starts with the letter N that has something to do with the arts or the creative process, I thought I’d go to the wonderful website tanglepatterns.com and see what I could find. Out of the ones listed, I tried these four:
Nine Patch by Suzanne McNeill, which all the quilters will recognize:
Navaho by Caren Mlot:
Noodle by Angie Gittles:
Nayo by Angie Gittles (my favorite of this group):
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Practicing self-care, an author wrote down some harsh, angry words that she didn’t want to say out loud . . . and found she had written an emotional scene she might be able to use in her novel later . . .
I don’t particularly care for the first quilt in this post, but be sure to keep scrolling—the rest are stunning.
I just discovered this article about the machine quilting forums at the 2017 International Quilt Festival. Frances shared some of the best advice she heard there, and I plan to use some of them in my next project.
Great pieces of classical music to introduce to your children. I’m familiar with all of these except one. That’s why I love lists like these—I always learn something new. (Sorry, two of the videos are missing. It happens sometimes.)