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How to draw D-VINE

Zentangle pattern: D-vine. Image © Linda Farmer and TanglePatterns.com. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. You may use this image for your personal non-commercial reference only. The unauthorized pinning, reproduction or distribution of this copyrighted work is illegal.D-Vine is a lovely, simple tangle pattern from CZT® Debbie Perdue of Port St. Lucie, FL. Debbie has also shared the popular Eyehook, and Drip-Drop tangles with us.

This one is indeed, deevine, and can be a very useful tangle along a string.

Debbie illustrates the step-by-step instructions for drawing D-Vine below. She also includes two finished Zentangles featuring D-Vine and several official tangles.

D-Vine by Debbie-Perdue

Image copyright the artist and used with permission, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please feel free to refer to the step outs to recreate this tangle in your Zentangles and ZIAs, or link back to this page. However the artist and TanglePatterns.com reserve all rights to these images and they should not be pinned, reproduced or republished. Thank you for respecting these rights.

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3 comments to How to draw D-VINE

  • ksenija

    Beautiful pattern, great idea for steps! Thank you Debbie!

  • Brinn McFetridge

    This is a lovely pattern! I’m reaching for my pen and a tile! Thanks for posting!

  • Jan Brandt, CZT

    Debbie, I was skimming thru tanglepatterns.com just quickly looking for a bit of inspiration for what to draw in my Tangle-a-Day calendar (CZT Carole Ohl’s fabulous invention) when I happened upon D-Vine. Hmmmm, I thought … this looks like a quick & easy one. Well. I love it! Ingenious!! Such a clever way to connect the leaf shapes! I even showed the stepout to my husband – I never do that. So, tho Linda posted your tangle almost 4 years ago, it’s brand new to me and I thank you (both) for sharing it!

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