|My first watercolor painting in YEARS and it turned out perfect! I used watercolors, India ink, and colored pencils on cold press watercolor paper. Prints are available!|
|Just my latest work, ranging from crafts to fine arts. I work in a wide variety of mediums to help prevent burnout and because I can. Why restrict myself to just one when there are so many?|
I began my quilting journey in November 2015. Here are the results so far. Lots of colors, playing with patterns, and having a blast.
Quilting has been a family tradition for three generations now. I grew up around it, but never officially learned. It was for a variety of reasons ranging from me not thinking it's cool (yay for being a teenager) to not having the time. Now I have nothing but time on my hands.
Due to a ligament in my right wrist being 100% torn one end of the ligament is getting between the bones of my wrist. It's incredibly painful and requires surgery to remove it. I'm unable to make anything new until I have the surgery. I need $2000 USD to cover what my insurance won't. Please consider purchasing my work or making a donation. All the information regarding this can be found here.
Currently I'm saving money for out-of-pocket costs for a very necessary wrist surgery. A ligament in my right wrist is ripped in two pieces, causing me massive pain and a lot of other problems. I need at least $1000 USD to pay for what my insurance won't cover. Purchasing from my Etsy shop or simply donating money will make it possible for me to get the surgery done sooner than later.
I have a You Caring page set up. I'm disabled and in need of a little help for a surgery I desperately need. Please consider making a donation. There's also the option of purchasing my work on Etsy, but if you'd rather make a donation you can do so anonymously on You Caring.
Prints can be found on my Fine Art America page.
My WordPress blog is here. It's more focused and cleaner than my tumblr or devArt blogs.
I have a few tumblr pages. Blushing in Thedas and Another Day for Chaosfay are my two most active.
My AO3 page: archiveofourown.org/users/chao…
My 8tracks page: 8tracks.com/chaosfay
"Words come out, things get said, events happen." ~my husband describing me
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Here’s a list of websites you can purchase my work if you’d rather go there directly instead of looking over the info on my You Caring page.
Nay-Nay Macrame is my Etsy page. I sell quilted items, jewelry (I no longer make jewelry), jewelry supplies, as well as patterns and tutorials. I don’t have all my supplies listed, but if you’re interested in seeing more let me know. I’ll take photographs and make listings. There is a wholesale option! Read over my policies there if you want to purchase wholesale. I also ship internationally on nearly everything there.
Fine Art America is where I sell my prints. There are paintings as well as photographs. You will also find the option to have my work printed on bags, book covers, shower curtains, and various other items. The website also has international shipping options. If you want a print matted and framed they’ll do all the work for you.
Red Bubble is where I sell a few things. I rarely update it due to the type of work I create. Most of my stuff is hand-crafted, but I do have a couple things there. The website doesn’t offer the options Fine Art America does, but it has a few things of its own.
Deviant Art also sells my prints. Not nearly as good as Fine Art America, but there are pictures there you can get printed.
Due to the pain I’m in I require frequent breaks. This has resulted in me refusing to open commissions. I don’t know when I’ll finish something because of the pain. Cutting the pieces, even with my ergonomic cutter, still causes me to require an ice pack and a couple days of wearing a brace afterwards. Sewing isn’t that painful or irritating, but the quilting causes my wrist to swell up. Small items can be quilted using my machine, but larger things are extremely difficult due to how small my machine in. Hand-quilting is one of my favorite things to do; it helps bring down my anxiety, relaxes me, and brings a feeling of accomplishment. Right now it hurts. A lot. I’m working on a lap quilt right now (videos of the WIP are on my YouTube channel as well my You Caring page) and it’s looking amazing, but frequent breaks have slowed my progress.A tumblr friend, Earthly and Ethereal, made a post here offering tarot readings for everyone who makes a donation to my YouCaring page. She's also contributing a portion of her sales to me with a discount code that's active until the end of the year. You read more about this on her post here.