Tuesday, March 18, 2014

"It's a String Thing" #32

It's Tuesday, your good news day!

After all of last week's shamrock happiness, this week's challenge takes us back to the basics.  We begin with String 024 created by Jadie Wright, pictured here with Linda Farmer's kind permission ~

Copyrighted image used with permission - tanglepatterns.com  

In honor of Ms. Wright, we will use tangle patterns with names that contain the letters 'w' and 'r'.

They include:
Warangaie - Sandra Strait
Warble - a Zentangle® pattern
Warped Eggs - Livia Chua
Warts and Wobbles - Cindy Straight
Wired - Suzanne McNeill, CZT
Wirly Bird - Cathy Clifford
Worms - Carolyn

The step outs for these patterns can be found on TanglePatterns.

Use as few or as many of these tangles as you wish.

Simply pencil the string line onto your tile and tangle away!

Here are the (Not so) Official Guidelines:
* Challenges are posted on Tuesdays.
*Use the string posted for the week and patterns that begin or contain the letter(s) indicated
* Submit a photo of your tile saved as jpg or scan your tile (300 dpi or higher) and save as a jpg
*Email your jpg file as an attachment to - brunoadelem@gmail.com
*Entries are to be submitted by Saturday evenings.
*Photos and 'Best of Show' are posted on Mondays.

Send in your photos - you will encourage and inspire fellow Zentangle® enthusiasts all over the world.

PLEASE NOTE: I will add a link to your blog or web site with your tile photo, upon request. The site specific URL must accompany your request.

I look forward to your emails.


  1. I've searched and searched, but can't find a step-out for Warble; or even an image of it.

  2. Thank you for bringing this to my attention Audrie, Warble is published in the 2013 Tangle Guide that I purchased from Linda's Tangle Patterns site, but I see that it is not in the directory of patterns there.
    The challenge does not need to include the tangle, so if there is anyone else without the step out, just omit it.

    1. I also have the 2013 Tangle Guide, and while I was able to find an image of Warble, there is no step-out. But it is easy enough to figure out.

  3. I put on my Sherlock hat, googled images with Warble and deduced which pattern it had to be and I really liked it but in the end I did not use it. But I am definitely keeping it for future reference.