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Thread: Zentangle® - Continuous Line Drawing for Fabric

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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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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    My guild is working on zentangle quilts this month. I'm hoping to start mine again this weekend. My last attempt was not so good. I'm going to try again this weekend and see how it goes. I think I'm going to take a different approach to it this time around lol. My last one was just very well thought out I suppose...

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