Maria Writes. . .
I have been really busy with life and all its wonders. But in the interstices (defined as an intervening space, especially a very small one), I have found all I need to keep me focused.
enyshou is a tangle from our very first collection. We haven't said much about it, nor have we posted step-outs. I saw something sort of like it once, and created my interpretation of it. I find it very organic, yet structured at the same time.
A few of these were middle of the night meanderings . . . .
It has been my "go-to" or "mac 'n cheese" tangle lately and I thought I'd share a few with our tangle friends around the world.
If you are so inclined, you can contact a CZT near you for a class.
Perhaps you will end up with your own version of it. How cool is that?
Our best to you on this bright, albeit crisp, sunny January morning.
I love how Maria used a pre-strung Renaissance Zendala tile for that first image . . . and then totally ignored its string! Strings offer a matrix of many benefits, including your ability to go beyond it when you choose.
We will put that Zentangle Bijou™ tile in a Bijou frame and send it to a randomly chosen lucky responder.
What is your current favorite late night tangle?
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