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Tangled T-Day No. 11

Happy Tangled T-Day, my friends! I’m excited to share a whole bunch of tangling goodness with you today, including the result of trying a new-to-me technique which I absolutely LOVE and am definitely looking forward to working with again. Hope you enjoy!

Laurel Regan, CZT

This past week I taught another “Introduction to Zentangle” class – my first to be held at Walkerville Artists’ Co-op! – and had a great time with some wonderful students. Here is the lovely work they produced.

"Introduction to Zentangle" class tiles

“Introduction to Zentangle” class tiles

"Introduction to Zentangle" class tiles

“Introduction to Zentangle” class tiles

This week was also our monthly gathering of Windsor tangling enthusiasts, held in our local Michaels craft room. It was so relaxing and inspirational to spend a couple of hours making art with a group of lovely friends – I really value the time we are able to carve out from our busy schedules to come together for some creative fun.

On a related note, the day before the gathering I mentioned to Peter that it was scheduled for the following day, and he wondered out loud what a group of tanglers should be called. I thought for a minute and came up with the idea of a “knot of tanglers” – and everyone seemed to like that description!

New Tangles

Since my previous Tangled T-Day post I have learned the following new-to-me tangles.

From TanglePatterns.com:

Finished Projects

After seeing several examples on the Zentangle Mosaic app of tiles done using the “Romanancy” technique, I thought I’d give it a shot myself, and this was the result.

Zentangle 204

Zentangle 201

It’s a bit rough, but I love the overall effect. This is definitely a style I want to play with again in the future!

I also created this tile while working my shift at the Co-op

Zentangle 202

Zentangle 202

…followed by these two a short time later at the evening’s Intro class…

Zentangle 203

Zentangle 203

Zentangle 204

Zentangle 204

…and finally this one the next day at our tangle gathering.

Zentangle 205

Zentangle 205

Challenges

Since my previous Tangled T-Day post I have completed the following challenge.

Now on to a new week of tangling!

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How have you been creative this week?
Please share!

Laurel Regan, CZT – Certified Zentangle Teacher. Writer, reader, tangler, iPhoneographer, cat herder, learner of French and Italian, crocheter, needle felter, on-and-off politics junkie, 80s music trivia freak, ongoing work in progress.

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