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The Zen of Zentangle

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Learning about the Zen of Zentangle. Philosophy, wisdom, encouragement …

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Appeal for tag assistance

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Let's discuss it!Okay you guys. There are MANY of you who visit this site regularly (so Mr. Google tells me – but not who you are), and I need help. I request your assistance. I’ve started to tag a few of the more recent patterns I’ve posted, however …

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Back to School Gifts for Teachers

Suzanne McNeill's book, Zentangle Basics

One can’t help but notice the “Back to School” ad supplements in the papers lately. And wondering, “Where did the summer go?” [Soon it will be college football season – Yay!] This got me thinking about teachers preparing lesson plans for their new students and out there buying kids supplies out of their own funds because school budgets are too tight to provide them.

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You heard it here first!

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Is there a sequel to “Totally Tangled” in the works?

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Tangle Pattern Tags

In our discussion on the Organize Your Patterns page, the subject of how to categorize patterns became a strong thread and contributor Suzanne asked if I planned to add more tags to the site. That prompted this post to launch a separate discussion about tags. It will be very useful for me to get your thoughts, so I don’t have to guess.

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How to organize your tangle patterns

Sharing my system for organizing my tangle patterns and their step-by-step drawings in case it’s helpful to any of you.

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Hello Zentangle Zealots!

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I love Zentangle®. And I love to see what others are doing with this particular art form. Thus this blog was born with the lofty goal of providing an index and guide to the best tangle patterns found online with instructions on how to draw them. A one-stop reference if you will, for those of you who are like me and need to know “how to do it”.

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