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Continuous line tangling on fabric

Using a continuous line while drawing tangles is similar to the process of stitching on a machine. In this video CZT® Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how she uses this style of drawing to achieve great results on a canvas tote bag.

Suzanne says she likes to use the Micron Pens for smooth fabric, but for heavier fabric such as the canvas bag she likes the Pentel Gel Roller for Fabric.

The Pentel Gel pens contain permanent, acid-free and water-proof gel ink for fabric, and according to Pentel the water-based ink “withstands repeated washings”. Sandy Bartholomew also recommends these for tangling on fabric.

 


Check out the tag: suzannem for Suzanne’s Zentangle® patterns and her other videos on TanglePatterns.com.

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