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Tanglepattern – FLOOP

Dear Tanglers!

Today I have a new pattern for you. It was first published in my Zendalas book. And it’s so much fun to draw!

So here is Floop:

Floop - A Zentangle Pattern by Anya Lothrop, CZT

Floop is, in fact, easier to draw than you might think at first. Nevertheless, I advise you to practice a little bit before trying it on a tile, as it takes a bit of getting used to. But when you’ve gotten the knack of it, it’s really quite easy!

So, go ahead and try it, because (hint!) you might need it in next month’s Pattern Mixer Challenge! 😉

See you then!


AQUAFLEUR – A Zentangle pattern

Dear Tanglers,

Aquafleur Zentangle Mustertoday I would like to share with you the beautiful Zentangle pattern “Aquafleur”. Aquafleur is so much fun – you can play around with it for hours and do it in all shapes imaginable.

The video below (from my DVD) shows you how to do it. I speak in German, but I’m sure you can get it just by watching. Have fun! Continue reading AQUAFLEUR – A Zentangle pattern

CASSIOPEIA – A New Tangle Pattern Or “There are no mistakes”

Dear Tanglers,

I have the great honor today of presenting a new tangle pattern, designed by one of my students, Monique Leschner.

In every Zentangle class I tell my students that when you’re tangling there are no mistakes. Like in real life, you can’t undo things, but you can build on them and see where they lead you. And in doing so, mistakes suddenly turn into possibilities that may lead to great new things – as you can see in the following example: Continue reading CASSIOPEIA – A New Tangle Pattern Or “There are no mistakes”