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Tangle Talk

Tangle Talk

Rick Roberts

Rick writes: Maria was tangling at her desk, as she so often does, whether in the middle of the day or the middle of the night. She was noodling lines into perhaps a new tangle . She showed it to me and I liked how the over and under developed. "This will be a fun one to shade," I said. Maria checked with Linda Farmer, CZT, at tanglepatterns.com to learn if there was something else like it. And the report came back that there wasn't. Maria used for a basic component, an open heart (hmm, nice imagery). I also love...

PreStrung Fun!

PreStrung Fun!

Bijou

We recently learned of a fun Zendala challenge organized by three Certified Zentangle Teachers, Deb and Anica, and avid tangler Jem. We asked them to share with the Zentangle Community a little bit about their experience and how others can participate. We are excited to share with you this guest blog post. Enjoy! --- + ---   Jem, Deb and Anica write... We all have favourite tiles - certain shapes, sizes or colours we reach for most often. Perhaps we also have those that stay overlooked and rather neglected? For some tanglers the pre-strung Zendala tiles are used less frequently,...

Back to Basics and Beyond Again

Back to Basics and Beyond Again

Julie Willand

Julie writes... Last week we concluded our Back to Basics blog series with the announcement of our TWO new Zentangle Kits. We are so excited to share these kits with you and see where they take you on your Zentangle journey. We have been focusing on the basics of the Zentangle Method and some of you have asked, "then what?" After you have "mastered" the basics, what is the next step? Do you learn more tangles? Try black or Renaissance tiles? Add color? Where do you go beyond the basics? The short answer: There are no mistakes, so you can...