The art of drawing or doodling on fabrics or paper by pen n ink, paint, stitch or quilting.

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Comment by paulette bergman on May 15, 2018 at 7:55pm

Hello to all three of you!  My name is Paulette (pj is shorter) and I love Zentangle!

I do not consider myself someone who is able to draw, as such, but I am thoroughly amazed at what I have done with the Zentangle process.

I am a fiber artist at heart and have continually expanded my activities since the age of 4 when I learned to embroider on pillowcases & white dishtowels.  I love it all...sew by hand & machine, quilt by hand & machine, knit, crochet, tat, do Swedish embroidery & Hardanger, etc, etc.  Fiber arts are my lifelong passion.

Originally from Minneapolis, I now reside 6 miles northwest of the tiny town of Mount Vernon in the far southwest corner of Missouri equidistant from Joplin & Springfield.  I am finally living my dream of living in the country with all of my (smallish) animals;   i.e., cats, dogs, bunnies & my Chickies.

I love to correspond and still have a couple of pen pals from a Cat-loving Quilters Pen Pal List that I started in May of 1991; there were 28 pen pals at the beginning and I spent my lunch hours writing to each of them longhand -- way before email.

So, what shall we do now?  Looks as if this group may be shut down in June, due to inactivity.  I will share my address with anyone who wants to exchange emails with me.  Let me know...pj stitches!

(That's me:  pj stitches!  because I do and always have!)  Back to my mitten knitting for now...     pj 

Comment by Chef Lisa on February 20, 2018 at 9:59am

Sorry Pigma pens. Darn spell check

Comment by Chef Lisa on February 20, 2018 at 9:58am

I do have the pugnacious pens they are just so fine of a line. I have the picture above currently being fmq- as long as I don’t get sidetracked I can get it finished. Been in yard at night I’m just beat! I’ll post when it’s finished. 

Comment by Colleen Froats on February 19, 2018 at 3:50pm

I use Micron Pigma pens- available in many colors, 3 sizes of tips, acid free, archival quality, permanent. They do not bleed / fuzz on fabrics. Around here they are available in many quilt shops, Joanne’s, Amazon. I’ve been using them for 15+ years

Comment by Chef Lisa on February 19, 2018 at 9:12am

I have done a few it’s hard to find the pens for fabric. The pens are from Japan and they quit making them. 

Comment by Chef Lisa on November 28, 2017 at 8:28am
Coleen welcome I’m doing a Zen sun for the girls on the 9” block swap. I’ll post a photo when I can.
Comment by Colleen Froats on November 28, 2017 at 6:15am
Oh how I love zentangling. Happy to have found this group. Will probably be ( quiet) till later in December, just have too much on my plate right now.
Comment by Chef Lisa on July 11, 2017 at 7:47am
I'm teaching a class next month on pen on fabric n quilting
Comment by Chef Lisa on July 11, 2017 at 7:46am
The photo is a piece all done with pen and ink nand paint. It's not quilted yet!

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