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Use this Random Tangle Selector with your TanglePatterns.com TANGLE GUIDE, 2016 Edition to help you select tangles. See Page 6 of the Guide for instructions. You can also use this to select random Strings.

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Tangle Refresher 18

Tangle Refresher!

As we’re fast approaching Valentine’s Day, it’s the perfect time to feature our heart-based tangle patterns along with a few others in this edition of your Tangle Refresher.

The Tangle Refresher series, aka Buried Treasure, is all about highlighting hidden tangle gems from the past. It can remind you of patterns you might not have used for a while or introduce you to patterns you might not have come across yet.

Here are five more tangle pattern gems from a year ago for your tangling pleasure. Happy tangling!

Buried Treasure from a year ago


Zentangle pattern: Hearty

Hearty
Zentangle pattern: Heartvine Heartvine
Zentangle pattern: STRIRCLES Strircles
Zentangle pattern: Florez Florez
Zentangle pattern: HekZee Hekzee

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2 comments to Tangle Refresher 18

  • Mir

    Howdy! I’m brandy new to tangling and am enjoying it already. One question I have has to do with how to choose patterns after you draw a string. Some patterns seem to go better next to each other and others fit better inside certain shapes. Any advice for selecting tangle patterns to use on one tile for a nice balance of weight, texture, contrast, etc? Any tips about how to choose a pattern based on the shape of the space you’re filling? For example, I had a hard time getting a grid pattern inside a teardrop-shaped space and I can’t tell if it’s because a more organic pattern would have been better or if it’s a matter of practice. Thanks!

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