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A little lime

A little lime
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Tangle Remix, Vol. I + PUFFLE I work best when I'm (properly caffeinated and) avoiding something else I should be doing. Yesterday, this room was a disaster. Major upheaval going on in here. This is a really rewarding artistic exercise for me, taking tangle patterns I already know and kneading/squishing them into something new. Pardon the randomness of the pattern layouts; this post has been in the making for a looong time. Tangle remix no. 1: Eylet & Ribbon (Lori Howe) & Crescent Moon (Zentangle) Tangle remix no. 2: Assunta (Zentangle) & Paizel (Angie Vangalis, CZT) Tangle remix no. 3: Huggins (Zentangle) & Hypnotic (Elena Hadzijaneva) Tangle remix no. 4: Afterglo (Carole Ohl, CZT) & Cadent (Zentangle) Tangle remix no. 5: Paradox (Zentangle) Tangle remix no. 6: W2 (Zentangle) & Dansk (Margaret Bremner) Author's note: As much as I love the above remix, it's not technically correct. You can go here to see what Dansk is *supposed* to look like. Tangle remix no. 7: Fleuri (Genevieve Crabe) & Veezley (mine) Tangle remix no. 9:

Sew Tangled My tangles Margaret BremnerArtist and Certified Zentangle Teacher Here you'll find links to the blog posts where I show the steps for creating tangle patterns I've developed. They are alphabetical. The Bright Owl Bridging the Love I am a lucky girl. Last weekend I was invited to teach some beading classes at Beads'N More in Akron, Ohio, which is over 3 hours away. (One of the shop owners is Estelle Goodnight, who is also a CZT!) So my other half, Daved (also now a CZT!) As I was keeping very busy teaching the classes, Daved had lots of time to sit and be still. It wasn't until the second morning that I saw what was happening in Daved's 'open space' of the day before. What happened was a tangle he calls Bridgen. There are tangles a bit like this one, but what makes this different is the process of the sequence. Thank you, Daved and the space.

MainelyTangles Zentangle Inspired Art Gallery I wanted to have all of this in the same place for easy review. I would like to see if my style is changing over time. Open Seed Arts