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Thread: Zentangle® - Continuous Line Drawing for Fabric

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    Using a continuous line while drawing your tangles is akin to the process of stitching on a machine. Suzanne McNeill shows you how she uses this style of drawing to achieve great results on a canvas tote bag.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_OBt...eature=related

    How to Draw a Mandala Zentangle Style
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4Nlz...eature=related

    Zentangle Quitling by Machine
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LBgX2aTuX8

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    Thanks for that information. I love Zentangle. I just couldn't imagine how to do it with the machine. I will be trying that soon.

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    Thanks

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    Very interesting. It would be a good way to improve or learn quilting. I like the ideal that she said it's not always perfect. I think that is where most of want to give up on fmq. We just worry to much about perfection. Ask me how I know.LOL

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    Thank you so much for shareing

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    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci
    Using a continuous line while drawing your tangles is akin to the process of stitching on a machine. Suzanne McNeill shows you how she uses this style of drawing to achieve great results on a canvas tote bag.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_OBt...eature=related

    How to Draw a Mandala Zentangle Style
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4Nlz...eature=related

    Zentangle Quitling by Machine
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LBgX2aTuX8




    Thank you so much for posting these Zentangle sites. It certainly help de-mistify these unique designs for quilting. These designs for stitching could actually be adapted to hand quilting and Crazy Quilt embellishments with a modern touch. I think I just found a new form of embellishing my quilting!

    Thank You again,
    Andie

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    Thank you! I enjoyed all 3 videos and I felt that I learn several things that I can apply to my FMQ.

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    Darn, I really have other things to do, but this looks like sooooo much fun that I'm going to have to try it!

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    This is new to me. I especially enjoyed the second website drawing into the circle. What creative!

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    This is new to me. I especially enjoyed the second website drawing into the circle. What creativity!

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