A Little Lime

I love A Little Lime, Helen Williams’s blog.  I came across it for the first time last year when I was learning how to draw Heartfully.  Helen’s site is chock full of not only tangle patterns, but examples of how to vary a pattern in a dozen different...

Tanglepatterns.com

If you’re looking for a place that will give you ideas for tangle patterns and step-outs, you can’t go wrong with Linda Farmer’s tanglepatterns.com.  This website contains hundreds of different tangle patterns from all over the world, some from CZTs...

Zentangle.com

What can I say?  If you want to know about Zentangle from the source, you just have to check out the Zentangle home page.  You’ll find all kinds of information about the Zentangle method, you can check out images in the Gallery, learn about teaching Zentangle in...

Zentangle … and beyond

This section (“Check These Out!”) will contain books,  blogs and websites I’ve found interesting and helpful. Please remember that all the work you see on these sites (including this one) is copyrighted.  If you really love something you see on one...