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How to draw EYEHOOK

Zentangle pattern: EyehookThe sewing enthusiasts among us will enjoy this fun and delicate tangle pattern.

Eyehook was created by Port St. Lucie, Florida, CZT® Debbie Perdue, “inspired by the hook and eyes in my sewing kit. Not that I am doing much sewing lately as my ‘need to tangle’ is all consuming.” Debbie recently contributed Drip-Drop to our tangle collection.

Eyehook is easy to draw and as Debbie shows us below it has a lot of potential for embellishment. At first I turned my tile 180° for each eye, but then realized that drawing them “sideways” was a simpler way to go.

Here are Debbie’s step-by-step instructions for drawing her tangle and two beautiful Zentangles showing ways to use Eyehook.

Steps for Debbie Perdue's Eyehook tangle pattern

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11 comments to How to draw EYEHOOK

  • Thanks for the heads up on the mystery books.
    I don’t have a Kindle, but I use the Kindle app for my iPhone.

  • Laurie, CZT #5

    I love the tangle, and I’m very interested in the tangle that is the foundation for the left-hand tile…which kind of looks like roof tiles. Is there a name for it? Directions for it?

  • Brinn McFetridge

    Eye hook looks like lots of fun! Thanks. I’m looking forward to working it into one of my tangles.


  • Gerri McCullough

    Thank you for letting us know about the books and how to do the tangle. :)

  • LindyLu

    Very classy tangle! I’ll be doing this one for sure!!

  • Terry

    Gorgeous tangle, very inspiring

  • Donna

    LOVE! this tangle. Also, love the foundation tangle and wonder what is the name and is ther a tutorial? Thanks for sharing.

  • mary

    I was glad you asked, laurie about the foundation tangle, because i’m wondering the same thing! both are beautiful tangles

  • This is an absolutely BRILLIANT tangle! What a great idea/inspiration, using a hook/eye! LOVE it! I really like your variation of it too, Linda, up in the corner – simple but beautiful!

    Thanks for the tip on the Kindle books too – I subscribe to a couple of free Kindle book-blogs and didn’t notice these books on either of those lists, so got them from this link. (I can’t believe how MANY MANY MANY free Kindle books there are – too many to even begin to keep up with! If anyone loves to read and doesn’t have a Kindle yet, I HIGHLY recommend getting one and subscribing to a couple of the free-Kindle-book-blogs!)

  • hey
    i really love your work its really good i use it in art for design and ever since i’ve been getting a’s

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