pencil urchinOriginally uploaded by jenbutt I’m one of the luckiest people in the world! I just received one of Jennifer Maestre’s pencil urchins! I’m always
Sandy has a contest for three people to win one of her ‘Alphatangle’ books! You can find the details here.
My tangle pattern-PickerelOriginally uploaded by molossus aka rooibas I’m dedicating this pattern to Margaret Storer-Roche. Her blog, Waterblossms, is a delight, and her art inspiring.
If you are using the string method, the lines between your sections are meant to disappear. But the main rule of zentangling or zendoodling, is
If anyone hasn’t already seen it, Suzanne McNeil posted zentangle #9, Basketweave, on her blog, in a post that also includes an opportunity to win
Sandy has finished the first draft of her book, and…wow! I mean…wow! To summarize her post, 52 pages, over 100 NEW tangles, and under $20