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Project Pack .04 -- 12 Days of Zentangle - Day 9

Welcome to Day 9 of the 12 Days of Zentangle!


After Alfie watched Julie's tangling yesterday, he grabbed some shells which reminded him of crescent moon and marasu. Naturally, Bijou had to come by for this conversation.

On this ninth day of Zentangle, Rick reaches for arukas while humming hollibaugh as his friend plays a little xyp on her homemade cubine.
Project Pack #04 -- 12 Days of Zentangle - Day 9 
Project Pack #04 -- 12 Days of Zentangle - Day 9

Deutsche: See video with German subtitles here.

中文: See videos on a China platform here.  


You can find the "12 Days of Zentangle" supplies in Project Pack 04 which is available at this link.


To see spinners that tanglers post on the Zentangle Mosaic app, search on hashtags:



We'd love to read what you have to say and each day we will randomly pick a person from the list of commenters and send that person a gift from Zentangle Inc

Our winner from Day 8 is:

Nancy Roth

Please send your snail mail address to so we can send you your surprise!



  • I’m so happy to revisit so many of your first tangles and learn their stories. Last year, I used only original tangles in my daily practice for about 3 months and thoroughly enjoyed it. But hearing and watching you teach these patterns is priceless. Thank you for another wonderful project pack, and another glorious 12 Days of Zentangle!

    Jennifer Sparrow on

  • Absolutely the best.

    Cilla C. Carpenter on

  • Three quarters of the way!

    Andrea Roderiquez on

  • Oh! I’m addicted! I have GOT to get to Providence for some classes!!!

    Vicki on

  • A lot of tangles are new for me. Thank you so much for this project!

    Elena Nekrasovskaya on

  • My favorite part of this project is seeing tangles I have overlooked or avoided tangled by Zentangle HQ. It makes me wonder why I avoided them.

    Lesley Goldberg on

  • Such a great review of so many tangles. Thank you for putting this together.

    Jo Diamantes on

  • Thank you for your generosity

    Susan Arnsten-Russell on

  • Every one is prettier than the previous day.

    Andrea on

  • Like others this morning, I’m looking at my spinner with satisfaction and dismay – only three more empty spaces! But I’ll concentrate on appreciating the full ones, and wondering: What will fill the empty spaces? Who will be our guide to tangle magic? How will the spinner mechanism fit into the card?… So many things yet to come! Thank you for this project!

    Rebecca Lawrence on

  • This is the most relaxing 12 day challenge ever, I love to see my spinner growing with all those original tangles!

    Ria Matheussen on

  • Adding today’s fantastic tangles is so rewarding! I’m enjoying watching this Zentangle Spinner grow so beautifully. Thanks. ~ Rose

    Rosemarie Crawford on

  • I love hearing the stories of when you first saw this pattern or that pattern. Equally interesting is how you can take a complex pattern like Xyp out of the wild, so to speak, and distill it down to a few elemental strokes so that we all may duplicate it. Thank you!

    BethanyARTE on

  • So much fun to hear the background story of the tangles.

    Nancy Wilcox on

  • The meditational quality of strokes is such a contrast to the finished wedges, which sometimes look so frenetic. I love this project! More, we want more!

    Ginger White on

  • I love cubine. I’m getting vibes of Frank Lloyd Wright in the combination of a couple of these tangles. Thank you for this wonderful experience.

    Vickie Stamper on

  • How wonderful to learn a new way to do cubine. Looks really helpful. Thanks.

    Pat Floerke on

  • Yesterday I started with day one and completed the first three days. Not only relaxing but kind of addictive too….

    Marloes Vis van Heemst on

  • Wow! Going by so fast. This project definitely needs to be longer. :)

    Tisha Cabral on

  • I can’t believe there are only 3 days left in this project pack. Another great day of tangles. I love hearing the background of the names of tangles and will be looking at names backwards from now on to find the meaning! Thank you so much. Can we have a 12 days of New Year’s? I don’t want to quit.

    Karen Thayer on

  • I finally got caught up this morning. I really enjoyed Julie’s selection of tangles. Marasu has always been one of my favorite tangles. Indy-rella is so relaxing I could do it all day. It reminds me of an episode of Star Trek, “The Trouble With Tribbles”.

    MKay B B Watson on

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