The second tile is from our friend Mindy. Mindy's work is like fresh air, easy to take in and it just fills the spirit.
Sue Agnew graced the challenge with two tiles and they are as different as they are pretty:
Notice how she followed the string line with Heartvine and tangled Hurry behind that - very impressive.
Deanna Spence has been very busy! She sent in this piece and used a larger space to tangle. Her details are wonderful. The shading on her Hollibaugh adds great dimension. Deanna used light and dark lines in Hypnotic and that added a nice touch to the tangle - along with that wonderful scalloped edge that she darkened.
CZT Sue Jacobs sent in this pretty tile. Sue said that she, "loves making alphabet soup." And I see from her blog that when she uses tangles that begin with certain letters - like this string challenge - she refers to it as alphabet soup :) You can see Sue's beautiful blog here: Sue's Tangled Trips
Sue's HiCs look very elegant. Hurry looks as if it was layered over Hypnotic and Heartvine appears to spiral down through HiCs.
You can visit Ann on her blog: Deep Magic Tangles.
I have a 'little something' to put in the mail for you Ann, congratulations!
Many thanks to the creative minds behind the tangles used in "It's a String Thing" #5:
Heartvine by Lori Howe
Heartrope by Bunny Wright
Henna Drum by Jane MacKugler, CZT
Hibred - Zentangle
Hi Cs by Anita Roby-Lavery, CZT
Hollibaugh - Molly, Zentangle
Huggins - Zentangle
Hurry - Zentangle
Hypnotic by Elena Hadzijaneva
Coming tomorrow: "It's a String Thing" #6. I can't wait to see what creativity this week brings!