looking for spring

Fescue is another favorite of mine. Here’s hoping that Spring is just around the corner and we’ll be seeing a bit of green soon.


patterns: fescue, fassett, and feria
materials: tangle*a*day calendar, black micron, and pencil

let me c

Coaster is one of my favorite patterns so, of course, it would feature in this page of “c” patterns.


patterns: coaster, clove, and circut
materials: tangle*a*day calendar, black micron, white charcoal pencil, and pencil

We’re still buried under a blanket of snow. Each day we’ve added a couple of inches of powdery white and the temperature will be dropping into the single digits (F) over the next few days. I’ll be living by the heater.

m is for moose

Ohmygosh! I saw a moose – a REAL moose. It crossed the road, cars halting trying to stay out of his way. He seemed a bit grumpy so I didn’t try to take his picture (this pic is for your benefit, so you can have some idea of what it is to suddenly find yourself near a very large, hairy animal).

Anyhow, in honor of that (adrenaline producing) moment, I did my calendar page with “m” patterns.


patterns: mr. e, mak-rah-me, and mashed
materials: tangle*a*day calendar, black micron, white charcoal pencil, and pencil

I hope his day gets better.

moose image credit © 705847 / Pixabay.com

a white valentine’s day

We were just beginning to see ground around here and then we got hit with six more inches of snow! So it’s a white Valentine’s Day for me. But with all the snow came some happy news ~ my daughter and daughter-in-law are both expecting later this fall. More grandbabies!

I had a bit of extra time so I joined in on a couple of challenges. Here’s Joey’s Weekly Tangle Challenge.


patterns: eddyper and ahhh
materials: 3.5″ square tile, black micron, and pencil

And here’s Adele’s It’s a String Thing challenge.


patterns: skelter, funsin, and knightsbridge
materials: 3.5″ square tile, black micron, white charcoal pencil, and pencil

la la la

I worked with “L” patterns on the February 10-12 page. 


patterns: lollywimple, lenche, and laced
materials: tangle*a*day calendar, black micron, white charcoal pencil, and pencil

One of my yearly goals is to stay (relatively) current in my tangle*a*day calendar. So far it hasn’t been too hard. I think I will add back in a few of the tangling challenges I used to do. Hopefully you will see some in the next few days.

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