Thursday, March 13, 2014

Tangled Thursday - Weaving

Tangled Thursday is an occasional post on this blog. Heather at Books and Quilts is hosting these challenges in which we share our latest Zentangle inspired creations.

This week Tami challenged us to use Zentangle patterns that resembled weaving. Since W2 is one of my favourite patterns, I immediately knew what I was going to do. I had hoped to do a couple of tiles this week (and perhaps try a few of the other patterns), but I only had time to complete one.

I can see where I missed some shading spots, but overall I'm happy with it.  It's a little different than I had first imagined.  I was thinking that the smallest hole was going to be another layer, but in the end I decided to do a "hole" instead.  

Be sure to check out the other "weaving" creations on Books and Quilts.   If you'd like to join us, please do so by linking your post to the Mr. Linky on Heather's post.


  1. very effective using the same tangle at different scales and orientation, Thanks for linking up with Tangled Thursday. I find it most inspirational to see what others are doing.

  2. I agree with Heather - the use of one pattern in different sizes creates a whole new look. One more idea to add to my list to try. Your shading is awesome. That's an area i still struggle with. I'm too timid with it, I think. Beautiful work!


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