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Friday, July 16, 2010

Cross Pollination

Zentangle's string and tangle translate well into other media.
Hello Rick and Maria,

I have been following your newsletters and blog for more than a year, and I am in love with both the visual impact and the act of producing Zentangles. I am a Fiber Artist . . . using the concept of Zentangle for free motion quilting is a natural. I have attached pictures of both the front and back of a quilt I made. Each color uses it's own pattern throughout (8 colors, 8 different patterns). Stitching is worked using thread same color as fabric (exception, black is stitched with white) and really shows the pattern on the back.

Thought you might like to see yet another result of your inspirational designs and posts. Thank you so much for sharing, you are awesome!


Thanks, Cherie.
See more of Cherie's creations here.
Myrna Grigsby, President of the Washington State Gourd Society, received her Zentangle Kit and sent us pictures of her first forays into Zentangle gourd work.
Okay..here are my first attempts! I know I will get better as time goes on!

Thanks, Myrna. We look forward to seeing more!
Following up on our recent Cross Training blog entry, here's a picture of the author's cross trainers:
This image is part of his recent blog article Emotional Responses to Zentangle Art. We hope you take a moment to read what Verlin has to say.


Carole Ohl said...

Today's post is like a Zentangle avalanche! How exciting to see all these beautiful examples. I am also enjoying visiting all the links provided today. Thanks everyone.

Genevieve said...

Oh my goodness! I get so much inspiration from what people are doing with Zentangles! I'll have to try my hand at some wearable Zentangles so I can be suitably attired for the workshop in October.