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Tangle Pattern Refresher 2

Tangle Refresher!Thanks all, for the warm reception for last week’s first edition of the Tangle Refresher. As Marguerite commented, her “Zentangle brain synapses, got a good dusting!” I think many of us felt like that.

Now that I know you enjoy this feature I plan to continue for a while on a semi-regular basis highlighting some of the great tangle patterns posted a year ago.

Here are some more patterns from the Summer of 2010.

Tangle Refresher 2 – Fun Tangle Patterns from Summer 2010
Zentangle pattern: DL LabyrinthDL Labyrinth
 Zentangle pattern: Scrumble Scrumble
Zentangle pattern: InapodInapod
Zentangle pattern: KandysnakeKandysnake
Zentangle pattern: Twisted RopeTwisted Rope
Zentangle pattern: UP AND ACROSS Up and Across

Go forth and tangle!

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4 comments to Tangle Pattern Refresher 2

  • micqué

    Thank you for these refreshers, it’s like taking a weekly course when you don’t know where to start since there are so many gorgeous tangles.

    Keep up your great work, you are dearly appreciated.


  • Chevaux

    This is just an idea but maybe you could make this a regular feature – like once a week or every other week.

    Also, a question: you used to have a link to a page where you told how to share your tangles on here, but now I can’t find it. Can you help me find it again? I have a couple of tangles I’d like to share, but I don’t know how; and I don’t have a blog or anything.

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