I’ve been creating new tangles and have decided that it’s time to share with the Zentangle world at large two today. Both are simple to learn, and both can be used as borders.
The first is called Beanz because the first strokes look like a coffee bean. Here is an example of Beans as a border tangle. Please note that I’m posting two photos for each because some see these upside down. This way, I hope everyone can see one right side up!
Beanz(click to enlarge):
.Here is another tangle of mine, called Aro, which is pronounced like “arrow.” It can be a border tangle or can be stacked upon itself. I saw a pattern like this on a bracelet
The golden one above the Step-out was drawn by Inge Frasch, CZT. I hope you’ll enjoy drawing these tangles! I’d love to see what you do with them! Send them to me at Untangled.Kat@gmail.com when you have something done!
I’m so frustrated that a month has passed since I last posted here! I think of the blog daily so I just need to get myself in gear. I really care about my readers and students, so don’t mistake my lack of posting for a lack of caring. I have taught two classes recently and both were so much fun. The first was a FUNdamentals beginner class of 10 students held in the North Tazewell United Methodist Church. Here are some photos from that day…
Please check out the new page (see menu or list across the top) called TESTIMONIALS. If you see two pages, one works and one doesn’t 😟. I’ve tried everything I know to get rid of that bad page nod I give up.
Ah, well. I’ll write more soon, and I mean that!!
PS don’t forget, your comment here means the world to me!
Yesterday David and I had a wonderful experience at Bluefield College! We were invited to be a part of the NOSW program…that’s New Opportunity School for Women, directed by Meg Quinn. I was thrilled when Continue reading “NOSW Invites Kat to Teach”
Hi everyone! I have been busy working on my daily tiles and tangling at least an hour a day. I take my profession as a Certified Zentangle® Teacher very seriously. I also believe my own mental health is a priority, so daily tangling is extremely important to me. I want to keep anxiety and insomnia at bay and for me, Zentangle is the answer! It is also my passion.