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Monday, July 5, 2010

My tangle pattern: Planateen


TinkeredArt asked for the steps to this pattern, and I love when that happens, so here 'tis!

13 comments:

  1. Gabriel ProductionsJuly 5, 2010 at 7:15 PM

    Oh, I was so planning on going to bed with a book-- but how can I not try this one?????????????

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  2. your doodles are delicious! great pattern! keep it coming!i'm virused lol...

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  3. Just checking out your many Zentangles. Seems like just when I think I have seen them all--POOF!!--there are oodles of new ones I haven't seen. That's something to be happy about! Anyway, this tangle above is one of the coolest I have seen! I have posted a total of two blog comments in my life...but this definitely warranted an I LOVE THIS! post. Thank you for all the great patterns! Your creativity is much appreciated!

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  4. The other day I saw this one on someone's Zentangle and thought it would be a fun one to try. I can't believe how different the first step is from the end!! Also how extremely easy it is to do! It has to be one of the cleverest ones I've seen! Thanks for sharing. It's defo going into my library of fav tangles.

    Shoshi

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  5. Very interesting and so adaptable. Thanks so much

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  6. This is lovely. Thank you so much for all your sharing.

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  7. I also saw this one a few times in the past week. I gave up looking for the name or how-to, and then here it is in my email today. Thanks,
    Universe. =)

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  8. Love tris TANGLE! Thanks so much

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  9. Living in Arizona with lots of tile roofs makes this one even better. Thanks. It was so easy to draw too.

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  10. I clicked on the link to this pattern, thinking Planateen looked like it was gonna be a tricky one. I'm thrilled that it looks so easy to draw. Haven't tried it yet, but I definitely will! Thanks for sharing.

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