The quickest way to contact me is through my “Submit a Question” form. You don’t have to ask questions; it’s okay to just email me that way.
I’m also available on the following social media platforms:
- Pinterest: Chelly Wood — Most of my boards offer free patterns for doll clothes and tutorials for my doll-related hobbies. I use this platform a lot!
- YouTube: Chelly Wood’s Channel — If you subscribe to my YouTube channel, you’ll get a notice whenever I create a new video.
- Instagram: @ChellyWood1 — On Instagram, there’s a hashtag for #ChellyWoodPatterns and I mostly post pictures of my works in progress here and any pictures I take while traveling and sewing. When you finish making something using my patterns, feel free to post using the #ChellyWoodPatterns hashtag. Thanks for that hashtag, GingerBarbie64!
- Twitter: @ChellyWood1 — You can see all of my blog posts in brief on Twitter.
- Facebook: ChellyWood — This is my personal page on Facebook. Through this account, I connect with other doll collecting groups and sewing blog groups.
- Facebook Version of ChellyWood.com — This is just a FB “blog” site, where my blog posts from here become duplicated. In my humble opinion, it’s much easier to download my patterns here on ChellyWood.com instead, but hey… some people like Facebook. That’s fine.
- Etsy: Chelly Wood — I do have an Etsy store account, although I don’t sell my creations as frequently as other sewing bloggers do. I also use Etsy to purchase things like tiny doll buttons and buckles.
- NaNoWriMo: Chelly Wood — I’m mostly active on this website in November, which is National Novel Writers’ Month. If you also write sewing books or doll books and are looking for a critique buddy, feel free to contact me just before NaNo starts. I like to use CritiqueCircle for my editorial work and beta reading.
- Google+: Chelly Wood — I don’t use my Google+ account much, but my patterns and blog posts appear in my Google+ account, so if you like Google+, you can use it to find my patterns and posts.
If you have a question or suggestion, feel free to contact me through my Submit a Question form. It goes directly to my email, and unless I’m out of town, I try to respond within one week’s time (and often much sooner).
I have a snail mail Post Office box where you can send me “fan mail” or thank you cards or fabric scraps or whatever you like: