Category Archives: Zentangle

Welcome Bijou!

The challenge on the Diva’s blog this week is to use the new Bijou tiles which are only 2″x2″.  The suggestion is that this smaller size of tile is perfect for monotangles, tangle-studies, or for when you only have a … Continue reading

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It’s a String Thing #51

I can’t believe another week has gone by, but here we are again with another String Thing.  This week’s string was created by Linda Farmer of TanglePatterns.  She created it just over a year ago to celebrate her third anniversary … Continue reading

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My name in Duotangle

Laura is back from her break so this week she has set the challenge on her blog I am the Diva.  The challenge is to do a Duotangle using tangles which begin with our own initials.  So for me that’s … Continue reading

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It’s a String Thing #50

This week the challenge on Tickled to Tangle uses a string from Cathy Clifford (which can be seen here) and in honour of Cathy uses tangles with two ‘C’s in their names.  I’ve used Cack, Ciceron, Cockles & Muscles and … Continue reading

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There is another guest challenger this week on the Diva’s blog.  Caroline Broady is one of the world’s youngest Certified Zentangle Teachers and has challenged us to use a tangle which she developed herself, called Truffle.  The step-outs can be … Continue reading

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10th Anniversary string

This week the It’s a String Thing challenge marks a very special anniversary in the world of all things Zentangle®. Ten years ago, on July 17, co-founders Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas taught their first public class in Providence, Rhode … Continue reading

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Bring Your Own Beverage

On Sunday I had my first workshop with a CZT, Mary Jane Holcroft. What an inspirational experience it was.  Already looking forward to the next one. One of the tiles we did had a coloured background.  We used very wet … Continue reading

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