Wednesday, November 4, 2015


when I clicked over to Joey's place I was thinking "It's V week. I hope the pattern is verdigoh" and I wasn't disappointed!

Verdigoh is one of my favorite patterns. I did a series last year featuring verdigoh as a border for many different looking pieces.

Anyway, it turns out, I'm reading a library book and needed a bookmark. My practice is to create a zentangle bookmark and use it while I read the book, then return it, with the bookmark still in it. I always hope that someone else will be blessed by finding these little artworks when the book is borrowed again.

So I made a verdigoh bookmark, and here it is.

I like how simple it turned out. And I am now in the mood for more verdigoh, some pine trees and rivers and foresty looking tangles.

While I'm at it, I want to post some pieces I've made for former Monotangle challenges from Joey:

This one is Undu, from last week. I created it, then left it at work so it didn't get entered until now.

And I also did this one ages ago for the Linq challenge and then forgot about it. durr...

I have yet to do Maryhill or Queeries, but I will. And I tried Pea Nuckle. I really did. I may figure it out and enter it, but it's a toughie.


  1. Yah! I love it when I get it right!
    And I love that you are catching up on the challenges that you missed, it makes me feel special. Maybe I should catch up on the ones I missed too? tee hee!
    Love seeing your challenges and other pieces too!
    ~ joey ~

  2. I love your Verdigogh! and what a fabulous idea about the bookmarks. I borrow from the library all the time. It's the perfect RAZ!

  3. What a lovely idea to leave the bookmark for someone else. I am sure many people are delighted to find them if the veridgogh one is anything to go by.

  4. Your Verdigogh bookmark is very beautiful and what a wonderful idea to leave the bookmark in the borrowed book.

  5. Love you Verdigogh! I leave tiles in books when I return them, but I think I'll start making bookmarks!