More About Developing a Pattern

Welcome to my blog! I’m Molly: a graphic designer by day, a dreamer, a mess-maker, a night owl, an antique-lover, a foodie, an eternal optimist, a dancer and a photographer. I live for being artsy, craftsy, making and eating good food, and anything vintage or retro. I have an amazing husband who loves spending time in the kitchen just as much as I do, though most of his energies focus on baking bread. Which works out quite well, since I don’t really have the patience for the more precise process of bread-baking.

Developing a Pattern originated as the title of my senior art show in college, when I displayed photographs of people wearing multiple patterns and prints… I know, what a pun. It has now come to describe my process to try to develop habits that provide for creative outlets in my everyday routine and encompasses everything from food, to DIY projects, to fashion, to design.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope you find something that strikes your fancy.

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6 Comments on “More About Developing a Pattern”

  1. What a charming blog you’ve got here! Thanks so much for visiting my own site today, and for thinking enough of the recipe for orzo with roasted vegetables to hit the “like” button. Very glad to have discovered you.

  2. What fun that you popped over to All Mussed Up and are following along. (: It sounds like we love a lot of the same things!

  3. Sabrina says:

    Hi,

    I’m writing to let you know that I’m moving my blog to a new host and unfortunately I can’t transfer my WordPress followers directly. So if you want to keep reading my posts and stay informed about my updates, I would love for you to follow my blog in one of these ways:

    Follow me on bloglovin’
    Subscribe to my RSS Feed
    Get posts delivered to your inbox via the form on my blog (you have to be logged out of WordPress)

    Thanks a lot!

    x
    Sabrina
    apixiesviewonfashion.com

  4. Teresa says:

    Thanks for liking my post M&M Party cookies. They really are a fabulous cookie. I have lots of great recipes on my blog – healthy stuff, and fun stuff, and family recipes I don’t want to lose. Try some out sometime and, if you do, please let me know how they turn out.


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