Sandy has listed some more of her Totally Tangled books for pre-order at her etsy site. There are 15 available at the time of this post.
If you haven’t already discovered it, while I was offline, Sandy Bartholomew posted up a storm! She posted the directions for her tangle pattern, Flutter Tile, revealed that she is selling Zentangled sneakers at her Etsy store, and last but not least, she WAS taking pre-orders for her new Totally Tangled zentangle book. They areContinue reading “I’m back, and two tangles were posted while I was gone!”
Recently, I was viewing Fatquarter’s blog, and enjoying her beautiful stitching. You know me, I see, and then there’s a tangle, lol! Check out her blog, and the stitches that inspired this pattern. Note how I used Contour to shade in two different ways. In the first, I just added depth to the entire row. Continue reading “My tangle patterns: Hedebo (and little more about shading)”
My friend Kristy Thomas (aka Rosie Twofeathers aka Flamingolady) has created a beautiful tangle. She doesn’t have a scanner, so I’ve scanned and have posted it for her. This is an easy tangle with an elegant flair. You can use it in so many different ways!
Suzanne has another post with the pattern Squares , some info about her upcoming book that incorporates quilting and zentangling (whoa!) and a step by step illustration of one of her zentangle drawings. Great stuff!
To continue a hoofed trend, Shelly Beauch issued a challenge of sorts at the zentangle group, to create a tangle based on our astrological sign. Here’s mine:
ATC-The Goats in the MachineOriginally uploaded by molossus aka rooibas After posting this ATC, I was asked for a ‘goat’ tangle. I was happy to oblige, and hopefully lots of you will be happy to use!
I’ve been carefully writing down each time I ask someone if I can blog their art, but don’t you know–when I went to get it this morning, I couldn’t find it anywhere. I remembered the last few I asked about, but I know there were more. If I’ve asked but haven’t posted your work, pleaseContinue reading “Art from Shelly Beauch and Rose Twofeather”
I won’t lie. This isn’t an easy tangle. It took me a lot of practice to get it right. It’s best done in a space at least twice as tall as it is wide. It isn’t an exact tessallation as I draw it, but it could be. I think for zens, it is best toContinue reading “My Tangle Patterns: Tessallation”
Rick and Maria have published another newsletter. This issue contains a new tangle pattern ‘Sh-rock’ created by Diane Lachance. It’s perfect for St Patrick’s Day. They’ve also added another entry to their blog. They hope people will use the blog to ask questions.