Friday, April 8, 2011


about a couple of years ago i tried my hands at doodling on fabric.  i always doodle on paper. now i am finding out that they call this technique ZENTANGLE.  i love doing this.  it is so relaxing.  right now i am trying to make a collection of these and i plan to transfer these drawing onto fabric blocks. if only i had kept the one i did long time ago.  i would tangle and then throw them away.  i am now keeping them in a journal.  if you recall i did an zentangle of a lady on fabric about a year ago.  i have been trying to figure out what to do with her.  so i decided to do a few zentangles and add it to the quilt.the first zentangle is a challenge piece call mooka.  i am in a zentangle challenge of the week on another blog.  so check out what i have done so far and i hope you like it.  

check with me later i am working on a oprah winfrey portrait.  i will post it when it is completed.

stitches for now.



Livin' Blue Quilter said...

You are so talented. I doodle on paper too, mostly flowers and stick people, but nothing like this. I can't wait to the actual quilt.

Karoda said...

digging what you have happening in the picture on the bottom!!!! keep on rocking it!

AlthemeseB said...

Wow Yetunde!!! There you go again, the artist in you is really working these designs. I can't wait to see the completed item.

Trish Williams said...

Ditto to all that has been said. You are an inspiration.

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...

omg, what great designs! When I doodle it usually ends up looking like sticks and lines.


misssrobin said...

I wanted to send you an email, but couldn't find your address anywhere. I've been doing Zentangle since the week before Thanksgiving. As I was just starting out, I looked to the work of others to imitate and learn. The second image on this post of yours is one I drew (not exactly, but I did borrow several of the elements of it). I was putting together a coloring book for my husband and kids. This was one of the pages.

I am at the point that I'd like to share my coloring book on my blog and my facebook page. But since I took so many of the elements for my page from your drawing I wanted to check with you first. I would give you full credit for the original design and include a link to this post. I'd be happy to send you the file first so you can see it before you decide.

If you don't want me to use it, I will not.

Please email me at (that has three esses) and I will send you the file.