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Friday, July 1, 2011

Four For #28

Laura Harms', CZT, challenge #28 is to create Zentangles using our new tangle tripoli.

We created two of these yesterday in a waiting room. As expected, we had no idea how long we waited because we were pleasantly occupied and focused on tangling.

There are many directions you can take as you explore this tangle's variations.





After our previous blog about "perfection" and "not good enough," we've been receiving delightful confirming messages. For instance, here's a quote from this morning's paper, and a (slightly edited) "fortune" from a recent supper.



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8 comments:

CraftyAlice said...

Love your zentangles.
I've posted an award for you on the blog.

Lois Heinani Stokes said...

Waiting? ~ there's always room to tangle. By the way I love my new Zentangle wallets. I had to buy one of each color. Perfect for tangling on the go.

Heather Victoria Held said...

Wonderful!!!!! I actually enjoy waiting whenever I have my tangling kit with me!
xo,
Heather

Zentangle said...

Thank you Crafty Alice. M&R

Genevieve said...

Very cool! Looking at the second one, my eyes keep going back and forth between the positive and negative space.

Shelly Beauch said...

I love the endless opportunities and discoveries to Tripoli.

Ann said...

Lois - what do you mean by Zentangle wallets? That sounds better than a small plastic bag in the bottom of my purse.

ledenzer said...

The possibilities are endless and your work is always inspiring and beautiful!