Zentangle Challenges

One of my two Yearly Challenges this year is to complete 250 Zentangle Challenges. These weekly blogs chart my progress.

Challenge 224 is Mojo #71: Bumps, Chordin, Waft and Limpitz

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Challenge 225 is Mojo #50: Roller, Zigster, Ixorus, Hekzee

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Challenge 226 is It’s a String Thing #54, using tanglepatterns.com string #52 and only tangles that begin with B and R (the consonants in the string designer Barbara’s name) that have only straight lines.  I used Rick’s Paradox, Bricks, Rosewood, Bilt, Black Box, Ragz and Bateek

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Challenge 227 is the next Tackle It Tuesday, using tangles that begin with X.  I used X-Spots and Xav.

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Challenge 228 is the Wacky challenge for 24th August – to use Isometric paper as your string.  There was a link to Printablepaper.net which, surprisingly enough, provides lots of different types of paper to print.  I had a look through and as well as the Isometric paper, I picked a tessellated one to do, so I’ve done two for this challenge:

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Challenge 229 is the 4th ATC challenge by Judy West – to use overlapping shapes as your string.  Here’s my string…

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And here’s my completed piece…

not in book 060 - ATC swap August 2014

Challenge 230 is the 182nd Diva Challenge – Stripes

not in book 058 - ATC swap August 2014

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About Colette Horsburgh

A 30-something creator/baker/writer/artist/crafter living with several (but not enough) scatty animals.
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1 Response to Zentangle Challenges

  1. Annemarie says:

    Lovely stripes under the cupcake.

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