*NEW* celtic tree cowl pattern!

Celtic Tree Cowl – digital knitting pattern
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Step into the magic circle of Celtic trees where fairies are known to dwell.
This never-ending cowl contains list of Celtic trees that also make up the Ogham. The Ogham (Oh-um) is an ancient Irish alphabet from around the 4th century based on trees, with each symbol or letter of the alphabet representing a certain native tree of the Celtic Nations. B = Birch etc. Writings in this ancient language can still be seen on standing stones throughout Ireland and in other parts of the British Isles. These trees were considered sacred and there were were harsh consequences for harming them. I hope you will enjoy staying warm within this healing circle of trees so well loved and protected by many of our ancestors!

The 25 trees are: Birch, Rowan, Alder, Willow, Ash, Thorn, Oak, Holly, Hazel, Apple, Vine, Ivy, Broom, Briar (Blackthorn), Elder, Fir, Hedge (Furze), Heather, Poplar, Yew, Aspen, Spindle, Beech & Woodbine (Honeysuckle), Gooseberry.  OOPS!  You may wonder why Gooseberry is missing?  Ask the faeries about a certain midnight snack they may pretend to know nothing about!  Note: Some of the letters are highly debated by scholars.  I took a bit of liberty with a few of my own interpretations. You can go deeper with this alphabet with a little research, as each of the trees also have specific meaning and can be used for meditation and reflection. I hope you will enjoy dreaming in the circle of trees.
Love, Stephanie xoxo

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207 Responses to *NEW* celtic tree cowl pattern!

  1. Gina Zahra says:

    That is lovely!!

  2. Alejandra says:

    Its beautiful!! I love it

  3. Sonyabee says:

    How wonderfully warm and scholarly! And you always keep surprising your owls with new ideas!

  4. I love all your patterns!!! So delicate, earthy and beautiful!!

  5. ncbev says:

    Love your patterns!

  6. illymerrynieps says:

    This pattern is as gorgeous as it is inspired. I love poking around amongst the trees looking for things just out of view. Do you think they’ll see me if I am camouflaged in tree names?

  7. I have left the circle of trees listed in my cell phone notepad for five years now. I open them and see it every day. it is inspiring because trees are the living roots of our world! Thank you for this beautiful pattern and I hope to purchase the pattern after the project cowl I am working on now. Beautiful, and inspiring post and video!

  8. That is really pretty and unique. Love it. 🙂

  9. Carol S Desrochers says:

    Another beautiful post! Thank you for your inspiration and lovely patterns that I have purchased!

  10. Melanie says:

    How beautiful ! I would love to win that pattern!

  11. Lisabeth Morche' says:

    Once again, your creativeness is outstanding!! Well done and thank you!!

  12. Amy says:

    I love it!! My daughter is named Ivy 😍

  13. Amanda says:

    This is so beautiful! Another great piece by you. Xx

  14. Raine says:

    I would love to have the opportunity to be entered into this drawing. I think this is so amazing, and intricate. I’d love to have a go at it myself, however, I’d think I’d end up knitting completely different words… 😉 Thanks so much for the chance, And, another beautiful and whimsical cowl.

  15. indigoangora says:

    This speaks to me in more ways than the words within the pattern. I love the simple contrast of the natural and brown yarns. I also feel it will lend itself very well to handspun yarns.

  16. Lisanne says:

    It’s so pretty!

  17. carrotmusic says:

    Very cool! I love anything with leaves, and this is a whole new take on that idea. I don’t wear cowls, but I imagine the charts would work for another sort of garment. Thanks for sharing!

  18. mamapoma says:

    XOXOXO and a zillion hearts…i will go lean on a tree now..

  19. lunavalse says:

    Ha! Great font choice. I love it.

  20. fae says:

    trees are magic. there’s an old beautiful maple by my house and she’s very chatty. i work with children and we talk a lot about trees feelings and how we must not tear twigs from their branches because it hurts them. your cowl looks amazing (even unblocked) and i’m so excited to knit it!! ♥ faery blessings ♥ ♥ ♥

  21. Loes says:

    Really love it. Hope it’s not to difficult for me. I’m not an expert knitter yet 🙂

  22. Julie S says:

    So beautiful! Perfect for a Chicago winter.

  23. Ann Mackey says:

    So beautiful! What a perfect time of year for honoring our trees

  24. Melissa says:

    This is lovely, totally my cup of tea! Excited to dig into knitting this beauty!

  25. somethingaboutchickens says:

    So super cute!

  26. inisfae says:

    I love this pattern. But it was your video that really sold it for me. I was lucky enough to have visited Avebury in 2007. While the stones were amazing, the area i loved the most were the beech trees. Your video brought back a flood of memories. With your pattern I’ll be reminded of the magick! Thank you!

  27. Dea says:

    So pretty! 😍

  28. VickiB says:

    That’s so interesting! I learned something new today. 😊

  29. love the idea of all the tree names,So neat! Love the lettering too!

  30. lindarumsey says:

    I love the cowl, but the pattern would make a fantastic blanket!

  31. Danielle Ward says:

    It is so lovely to see new videos from you and to get snippets of your life on IG. You are just the loveliest person and I am so grateful that you share your beautiful creations with us.

  32. Lori says:

    This is just lovely!

  33. WOW! I love this idea! Do you include adaptations like a full alternate alphabet?

  34. Jane Pool says:

    What a lovely pattern for Autumn when the trees are at their most beautiful x x

  35. Heather says:

    I love it! Might make it in a blanket form.

  36. I needed this, today…like a breath of fresh air! Thank you for sharing your wisdom and this beautiful pattern! You are an inspiration. xoxo


    I’d love to win this!

  38. Maureen says:

    A beautiful new and amazing creation by beautiful amazing you. Love love the story of the Celtic Trees and a pattern that I just must have 🙆

  39. Aoife says:

    This looks so gorgeous

  40. Keri Montgomery says:

    Your patterns are so awesome!!

  41. CJ says:

    No words necessary- you have them covered.

  42. Megan says:

    So lovely! What a charming idea!

  43. Stephanie this is so cute and who doesn’t LOVE trees! All your work is amazing! Blessings!

  44. Sharyn says:

    It’s a beautiful pattern. I love it!

  45. Ellie says:

    This is wonderfully brilliant! Perfect for wandering through the forest listening for dryads ✨Can’t wait to make this ❤️

  46. Molly Nichol says:

    This pattern is aa lovely as all your others!

  47. Eileen says:

    I love ALL of your beautiful, whimsical patterns. So much so that I purchased your book “Woodland Knits” some years ago even though I do not, (@ this moment, anyway), know how to knit. I can stand it no longer and am signing myself up for knitting class! As an Irish person I am very much interested in the books about trees & the celtic language. Can you e-mail me titles & authors ?
    Love, Eileen

  48. Patti says:

    Love the theme of your pattern! Buying!

  49. Lizzy says:

    You lovely, woodsy Snuggler! Squishy, woolly, wordy, woody yumminess… Nom nom nom. xxx

  50. Shell Kennedy says:

    ~ What a beautiful, creative knit celebrating Trees & Faeries !! LOVE it. XO ~

  51. You are balm for a weary soul! Thank you for brightening my day!

  52. Meridith Ellis says:

    Missed you! This is adorable.

  53. tanya11885 says:

    Such a beautiful design!

  54. Oh to be bedraped in such cosy habiliment!

  55. Stephanie Fleming says:

    love love love! Hmmm Can I wear with Spirit of the Birch? ❤️🌲🌲🌳🌲🌳

  56. hilde Bogaerts says:

    how cool is this! must try and make it….feels like ME

  57. dpw333 says:

    I love this new scarf! I recently purchased the fern shawl pattern. I can’t wait to begin. (I’m finishing a cross-stitch project before I let myself indulge in the next knitting project!)

  58. L Watson says:

    Beautiful. Such a fun back story

  59. Mona Brittain says:

    This is beautiful! Looks so cozy.

  60. Robyn Hume says:

    O M GEEE !!! this is so fascinating! I love it,….. adding to my libray reeght noooow lassie ; ) lol Hugs and love for an inspiring garment! xoxox r

  61. Stacey Lorish says:

    What a lovely theme to a cowl. Nice and roomy too!

  62. Carla says:

    I love trees so much. I love to hug them and be hugged by them. Carla

  63. MaryEllen Wilson says:

    Beautiful! My birth name is Birch — my paternal grandmother’s name was Hawthorne, I feel a real connection to the Ogham trees.

  64. Amybeth Gregory says:

    OMG this is the most gorgeous, fabulous, cowl evah! Have to knit. Will go through stash to find some yarn or buy some today. I love this 😍❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  65. itwasjudith says:

    I love Oak, my favourite tree, so magnificent. I can’t understand why the term ‘tree-hugger’ is used in a pejorative meaning! Trees are wonderful 🙂

  66. melanieann3 says:

    You are so magical and lovely! I love every single pattern you publish. Thank you for being so fabulous 🦋

  67. Roberta says:

    Just bought the pattern, and already have the perfect In-The-Woods yarns!

  68. Oh yay!! Mama Owl is making new patterns!!

  69. Cowl looks very warm for the cold days of winter that will be here before we know it.

  70. Maureen Hammond says:

    very “woodsy” – perfect fall knit

  71. Stacy Olson says:

    Amazing pattern!!!

  72. Jill says:

    Your video..lovely. stayed til the very very end. Ty

  73. moegir198 says:

    This looks awesome. I love your patterns 💛💛💛

  74. Ulrika Reinholdsson says:

    So beautiful, I Love it!

  75. Cindy B says:

    Love your patterns! The call of nature…..

  76. Miki says:

    Oh my goodness, I adore everything about this!
    Such a magical knit, with a lovely bit of mystical history💕💕

  77. Teri says:


  78. lauren says:

    how lovely!

  79. Bonnie says:

    Love you and your patterns!

  80. Nicole Klepper says:

    Love it!!!!

  81. Anke says:

    It is an amazing cowl- loved the youtube video you made and the secret story.

  82. Anke says:

    It is an amazing cowl- loved the youtube video you made and the secret story.

  83. Theresa says:

    How lovely!!!! I think many of my favorite trees are represented – trees are just so magical. Thanks for offering this wonderful giveaway for a free pattern – it’s my birthday today, so I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed!

  84. Anki says:

    Oh, wow! This is so lovely. I‘m so glad you‘re posting again. 😊

  85. Deborah says:

    At first the colours touched my earthy soul … and then I find that my children’s names (Ash and Holly) are detailed. Perfect. x

  86. Lisa says:

    I love the lore behind everything! Your knits are very clever.

  87. Lindsay McKenzie says:

    Wow so much thought went into this… another masterpiece!

  88. Kim says:

    I love the new pattern. It is wonderful to see you back to designing.

  89. Rae says:

    Magical ❤

  90. Tracey says:

    Your patterns are what got me into knitting!!! I learned the basics through the power of YouTube and my first project was the Bo Peep Scarf! Now I’ve started the Oh My Bear sweater…please keep designing cute woodsy knits! 🙂

  91. Deathsgrandaughter says:

    What a beautiful, thoughtful and reflective pattern. I live n Celtic Wales, and my name is Wood. Perfect ❤

  92. katrina craig valvis says:

    oh. this is rather brilliant…

  93. Spectacular! What a great design to celebrate fall equinox!

  94. Suzanne DeGroat says:

    What a lovely and whimsical pattern you have created.

  95. Adrienne says:

    I was so excited when I got the e-mail about a new pattern!! I love this cowl!

  96. As a Druid who uses the Ogham frequently, I love this cowl and your story of the Avebury trees 🙂 My son is named after the Rowan tree 🙂

  97. kathstonedog says:

    Always enjoy knits with letters – and this is a beauty!

  98. Glory says:

    Loved this video! Your tree talk was so fun. Many Blessings Stephanie.

  99. Marieke says:

    So very Tree-sy! I love it! Congratulations on your new design

  100. Mimi says:

    Je suis une fan de la première heure. Bravo pour vos créations ! Great job !

  101. Sylvie Poulin says:

    this is so original! love it!

  102. Carrie Hagerty says:

    So cute💕Please enter me in the drawing!!! I look great wrapped in words 😉

  103. Tina S says:

    Oh my! What a wonderful cowl with a wonderful meaning! I love it!

  104. Elizabeth says:

    Love the new pattern, me and my kitties say hello from Muskego Wisconsin!

  105. It’s so good to see your newsletter/blog again! Thanks!

  106. Brenda Harris says:

    I love this. I bought the pattern. I especially enjoyed your video explanation of it. It will make my knitting experience richer. Thank-you for a lovely design.

  107. Cai says:

    Can’t decide which I liked better: the beech tree’s lesson on body love, or the quote to be the balance big enough to incorporate our extremes, or your crystal find! Love this new pattern.

  108. Katherine says:

    > > wow < < ntricate , interesting and lovely !

  109. Laura says:

    Love this! I think I might want to add a row of Ogham symbols themselves or maybe do an Ogham scarf to go with it.

  110. Anya Rog says:

    Learn something new everyday 🙂 What a beautiful and unique cowl, with such a rich backstory! (already in my Ravelry queue)

  111. Koreen says:

    This is wonderful! Nice give away!

  112. mzlemony says:

    Loving the blog – such wonderful patterns – I really like dragon watcher’s hood !

  113. Angela Arndt says:

    So wonderful! I just purchased this Celtic Tree Cowl pattern. It’s lovely, I can’t wait to start knitting it. Thank you! ❤

  114. daffodilangel says:

    Greetings from the land of down-under. What a wonderful cowl and such a lovely colour too.

  115. Alyth says:

    Lovely!! Very unique. If I win the giveaway, I would be so stoked!! You have the most amazing designs ever 💕 cheers!

  116. Sue McCord says:

    That is amazing, the cowl, the stories, the information, my cup runneth over. Thank you!

  117. Francine Hebert says:

    love it and i love all your patterns!

  118. MelissaK says:

    I always love your patterns! Thank you so much!

  119. Christine Newman-Aumiller says:

    You have such a lovely sense of style, incorporating the mystical with the modern! Keep it up.

  120. Elke aka 2010tambien on ravelry says:

    This is such a beautiful design! Love it!

  121. Bethany says:

    I always look forward to your new patterns.

  122. Shama Dawson says:

    I absolutely love all your patterns!! I plan to spend a good bit of time knitting the Woodsy Association this fall and winter!! Thanks for this lovely cowl pattern!!

  123. Nancy Folmsbee says:

    Ohhh, I LOVE trees! What a fabulous idea.

  124. Kris says:

    OH, what absolute fun! I wear a rune ring all the time, so this goes right along with it! Thank you for telling us all the trees!

  125. Kathy says:

    Trees are amazing and magical!

  126. Trudy Stubbs says:

    I’m loving this, but then I love all your patterns, you talented girl!

  127. Nikki Tiernan says:

    I love all the earthieness of your patterns.

  128. Jennifer R. says:

    What a fantastic cowl!!! Just as lovely as all of your patterns.

  129. Gaynor says:

    The names of trees is a wonderful idea for a cowl. I live in a tree preservation area in the UK and like you feel a great connection with them. Your comments about trees speaking to you reminded me of when my middle son was little, probably about 3. We were walking a long a lane near to where we live which has many old trees so much so that in Summer they form a canopy above your head. As we were walking he stopped very suddenly and looked up into the branches of a tree above us he then began to smile and laugh. I asked what was so funny and he said that there was a tiny man in the branches smiling and waving to him. I could see nothing but he kept pointing and laughing. Perhaps it was just a child’s imagination or maybe something else.

  130. Dawn says:

    It’s gorgeous – love it

  131. Amy Callas says:

    I love your patterns and your photography.

  132. Shari Witt says:

    Wow, this is so beautiful. I want to try to knit this. Looks complicated for my skill level…but too lovely to pass up. You have created a masterpiece!

  133. Mary H. says:

    This is so amazing! I can’t wait to get started knitting!!!

  134. Sarah F. says:

    This is so unique and pretty. I’m looking forward to knitting this.

  135. C. RandyRat says:

    Beautiful, trees are awesome!! Need to add it to my MotherLoad! Just got a box of KnitPicks to get to work on the Woodsy Associa.

  136. Susan says:

    Love this so much. Unique and lovely.

  137. Eva McGuigan says:

    This cowl is charming, a tree-riffic project for the chilly weather ahead.

  138. Bethany Hoover says:

    Very original!

  139. Christine Reid says:

    This pattern looks really warm and is really original.

  140. gussek says:

    Love this!!💛

  141. Cindy Astapczyk says:

    I always look forward to seeing new patterns from you. Your creativity knows no bounds!

  142. Ajeng says:

    Wow. Love this! 🙌. Your book is always one of my fav.

  143. Admin says:

    HOOooot! >happy dance!< I love all your designs!! I have your book too!! XO

  144. sarcastabtch says:

    Wow this is super creative! Love it.

  145. Alanna-Jane K. says:

    Two truthbombs are as follows:
    (1) I believe that your creativity may be my soulmate!
    (2) I think that I might REALLY need (not want, need) this cowl in my life as soon as humanly possible!!!

  146. Molly says:

    I love this cowl pattern!!! I love the deep meaning of all the trees and it’s looks so cozy!! We have a huge willow tree on the property and I love walking under her and running my hands through her leaves!!!

  147. Annette G says:

    You are very talented. This cowl is lovely. Love your patterns and the ones I have purchased and enjoyed making❤

  148. Så skojjig sjal. ( Swedish for: such a fun cowl)

  149. Peggy Doulos says:

    I LOVE the tree cowl. I worked in the field of forestry. Trees have always meant a lot to me. I believe I have some brown and off white wool that I will spin up to make this unique item and am thinking I may change a few tree names to those that are more unique to my experiences. Thank you so much for this design. I know I will make it in the future.

  150. Sonja says:

    I saw the pattern and thought, how clever and unique. But what I enjoyed the most was your video…it gave me warm fuzzies and even made me cry a little thinking about balancing extremes and understanding cycles and that it isn’t always spring. Mwah! You’re wonderful!

  151. Sonja says:

    I forgot to mention…we have a satin angora bunny named Willow!

  152. I loved this cowl as soon as I saw it, and then watched your video. Then I loved that you didn’t mind stray cheerios around in odd places. My two kids are in middle school now, and I have to laugh at the stray things I still find, (even if that find attracted baby sugar ants), because it still happens. And then my husband walked in and I showed him the cowl, to which he just said “Yes!” (a real compliment, as he rarely has instant pattern love), and then I bought it. I’ve been thinking about trees all night, reliving memories, really enjoying this. I’m sure more will come to mind while knitting, something to look forward to!

  153. Lena says:

    Marvelous! I love it so much.

  154. Kim Kay says:

    I bought your pattern book “woodland knits.” And I bought the orchids and fairy lights pattern. I can’t seem to knit any of your patterns! I have tried knitting orchids and fairy lights 12 times, I guess I’m just not skilled enought.

  155. Rune says:

    How lovely!

  156. Roxanne says:

    I will certainly give a hoot. I love it!!!! I love all earthly things and that is why I can connect so well with your patterns.

  157. Erin says:

    Love all your patterns. They make me feel like the world is still beautiful and whimsical.

  158. Jqnelle says:

    Ohh my, I love this!!

  159. Lynnette says:

    I love your newest pattern. Your videos are the best. Thanks!

  160. Pia says:

    I absolutely love this – I have always been fascinated by the Ogham, and also the symbolism behind it, and the Beth-Luis-Nion (thank you, Robert Graves). You are an amazing designer 🙂

  161. Rosebell says:

    Lovely once again ❤ My daughter is named after one of those trees ❤

  162. Susan Harter says:

    You have such adorable designs they always make me smile. I will have to watch the video when I have the computer up.

  163. Jean says:

    Love this, so unusual

  164. Vanessa Grimmett says:


  165. Jessica says:

    Lovely new pattern!

  166. Great pattern! It’s so unique. I love it! 🙂

  167. asteride says:

    Congratulations for your new pattern! It’s great for fall!

  168. Baya says:

    I love your patterns and would love the fox mittens one! I ordered the other woodland animals patterns by mistake…it’s the fox I love! Wishing on a star!

  169. holmes6969 says:

    Just love all your patterns! Have made several and always love the results!

  170. marina genovesi says:

    Adoro i tuoi modelli!!!! Ho acquistato subito e non ho usato lo sconto per la fretta!!!

  171. Noelle Arzumanov says:

    This is so perfect! My practicing Druid friend just yesterday was oggling beautifully carved ogham runes and the sacred tree tins at the art festival! This is the perfect gift to make her so thank you for coming up with this. Us Ásatruar will appreciate this as well because we shared a lot of the same sacred trees ^w^

    I just love the earthiness and magical feeling of your patterns, it works for so many kinds of people but that extra dose of magic you put in them has been especially well recieved by my pagan friends. I am a big fan of your imagination and am excited to knit up more of it. Thank you for sharing it with us! 🙂

  172. Lulu says:

    Thank you for another trip to the magic land of fairies and their beautiful trees.

  173. deb says:

    as a fellow tree lover/hugger/talker, I adore this gorgeous cowl Steph!
    Happy October x

  174. Cindy Scull says:

    Ooh, what a neat cowl!

  175. Maika says:

    Being hugged by a never ending circle of trees makes this cowl very special ❤

  176. Calypso says:

    Love your whimsical fairies patterns….

  177. dancingpickles says:

    I wish I could post a picture of me hugging one of my massive maples in the yard. You’re so incredibly talented. And where did you find your frail?

  178. So comfy and warm looking! 🙂

  179. Karen Bond says:

    ooooh another beauty! But then i don’t think I have ever seen a pattern of yours that I haven’t loved ❤

  180. Annmarie Fournier says:

    This cowl is amazing! It is so great to see you making new patterns again! I need this!
    Happy Knitting💗

  181. Samantha says:

    Lovely pattern! The sideways orientation of the stitches really makes the serifs on the letters look great!

  182. Crystal Gardiner says:

    Amazing! Wish I had half of your imagination! Go girl!

  183. OMG! I really wanna send you this link for my Avebury experience. I went with a friend and filmed it, and we had the most amazing download at that tree!!!!! Hope you watch this Stephanie!

    I will just leave this right here: https://youtu.be/_XrGZbBDirw

  184. Heather says:

    I adore looking at your stuff, because no one else seems to do anything similar… I’ve been wanting to knit something with words on it, but most possibilities are fandom stuff, or quotes from movies or TV… very tied to time. This is MARVELLOUS!

  185. Heather says:

    p.s. Working on my Beekeeper – 100 hexies down, a zillion to go!

  186. Well who would have thought my love affair with yarn and trees would collide so well. What a wonderful project.

  187. Jenny G. says:

    Trees please😊

  188. Sarah says:

    Love your new patterns! Great to see you back in knitting land, love your Woodsy 2.0 video.

  189. Susan O'Neill says:

    I love typography and knitting. This is such a fabulous combination of my two favourite things.

  190. Michelle says:

    Wow, don’t know what else to say apart from wow. I wish I could just have a tiny piece of your imagination, keep it in a jar lol.

  191. Dorothée says:

    Really nice… brilliant idea….love it.

  192. Jamie Albritton says:

    Love the cowl

  193. contessamtrujillo says:

    Your work is gorgeous. Gabe many of your patterns and have gifted the pieces to friends and family.

  194. Arran says:

    I love al your patterns but this one speaks to my soul. I love trees, I’m a gardener and have work on several reforestation project. The importance of trees has been forgotten in this modern world but to me there is nothing more beautiful or such a strong symbol of life. I live in Scotland and love my Celtic heritage, the celtic tree of life is an image and idea that is very dear to me.
    I would love to have the chance to win another of your patterns to add to my collection (loved woodland knits by the way!) I’ve been working on my Beekeeper’s Quilt for two years and have made several pairs of Hops-a-lots since everyone I know loves them so much. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing knowledge and talent. Go with love x

  195. awomancalledcat says:


  196. Kris says:

    Fabulous design! I’m inspired to read more about trees re meditation.

  197. Larisa says:

    That is such a lovely pattern. During the summer holiday my oldest 2 children did a wonderful wand carving workshop which also incorporated the ogham symbols. They loved it so much, and still keep on carving. My favorite trees are Rowan and Birch, and my daughter is going to make a wood pendant with the ogham symbol carved into it. This cowl would be a beautiful match 🙂

  198. Ted says:

    I’m elysian to study more about trees re speculation. ) I’ve been working on my Beekeeper’s comfort for two years and have got made several(a) pairs of Hops-a-lots since everyone I experience loves them so much.

  199. The blog are the best that is extremely useful to keep.
    I can share the ideas of the future as this is really what I was looking for,
    I am very comfortable and pleased to come here. Thank you very much.

  200. Theresa Hardison says:

    Your patterns are completely magickal. They are joy to the quiet soul, whispery not shouty, and I look forward to every new creation.

  201. Kat Kremske says:

    Wow! I would have totally stopped my car if I saw this on the street! Beautiful!!!

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