My tangles

Margaret Bremner
Artist and Certified Zentangle Teacher

Here you'll find links to the blog posts where I show the steps for creating tangle patterns I've developed. They are alphabetical. Click on the name of the tangle, not the picture of it. 



BEVIA
BOX SPIRALS

BOSS
CADOX


CHEBUCTO

COCKLES 'N' MUSSELS


CROON




DANCET
DANSK
DENTRI
DIAMOND PANES

DUST BUNNY

DUTCH HOURGLASS
ENACT'D
FUNLS
GINGHAM


IONIC


JEMZ
KRLI-QS


KUNSTLER 


LAMAR
LILYPADS
LOTUS PODS






MOVING DAY

NINJA STARS

OAKLING

PARCH



PRESTWOOD

PARTAY!

SCREEN

SHADES

SHING


ST. JOHN'S CROSS
TRI-DOTS



TRIFLE

WILDWOOD 


27 comments:

  1. Thank you for this page! You have some amazing tangles and it is nice to have access to them all in one spot! I love reading the Zentangle blogs I follow but I've signed up for way too many of them to be able to troll through them for the posts containing instructions! How many of us have that problem, or is it just me!?
    Note to self: get back to the zen of this wonderful pastime and stop compulsively adding zentangle sites to my Bookmark bar! Do some more drawing.....

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    1. That would be me. Can't draw anything because I'm to busy looking

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  2. I just found this link on your site and am amazed at all the wonderful tangles you have developed! There are many here that I haven't seen before, and love... Thank you for sharing Margaret!

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  3. Absolutely LOVE your work & you are so generous in sharing your tangles!!! I am a BC Survivor/Warrior & have a new passion for ART! Always been an artsy/craftsy gal--but Zentangle is my new passion! My Mom tells me it's Gods' gift to me for having endured such pain. I agree! Thank you for sharing & allowing me to be more creative! Bless you! =)

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    1. Go Janet! :)
      Check the Zentangle website under 'Learn" to see if there is a Certified Zentangle Teacher near you. I think I can guarantee you'll have fun!

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    2. I can't find the directions to draw enact'd?
      I adore your work..
      Gail

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    3. Hi Gail,
      I haven't published the directions for Enact'd yet. If I tell you it's kind of related to Cadent and Dancet maybe you can figure it out!

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  4. You are so very talented, I love all your tangle designs, beautiful.

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  5. I love tangling

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  6. "Many Moons" is a tangle I tried and failed with -- but you've perfected it! Beautiful!

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  7. I don't see links to the following tangles, just the thumbnails: Enact'd, Shades, Tri-Dots. Thanks for making these available.

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    1. Dar, those three don't have links yet. I think Shades and Tri-dots should be easy enough to figure out. Enact'd, I admit, is a little trickier.

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  8. Such a great collection of patterns, Margaret. Seeing all this great ideas in one spot is a inspirational. I use so many of these patterns and now I know who created them it will be even more fun! I think I'm going to do a big ZIA using just the patterns from this page plus jemz, the pattern that brought me here. Thanks so much for making that possible!

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    1. If you do, I'd love to see it! thanks for mentionning Jemz; I forgot to include it here. :s

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  9. I have your step outs for Cyrano and may I just say, it's trickier than I thought. But I am having a blast working on it and have come up with alternative patterns derived from my mistakes. Thanks M

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  10. I didn't realize lilypads was your pattern! I teach that all the time.

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  11. So many of the patterns on here are ones I've taught myself and use time and time again but I never realised they were all yours. I could draw all day and never move off your patterns. Thank you for sharing them, they are a joy. (Mind you, I haven't "mastered" them all yet, but that's my plan.)

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    1. Thanks Maggibee! Happy to be an inspiration. :)

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  12. Just found your patterns and love them. Thank you for sharing around the joy.

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  13. I'm new to tangling & I just came across your website. I love all your tangles. Thanks for sharing them.

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  14. Hello from Oklahoma, USA!! I started tangling just over a month ago and have been amazed at what a worldwide hobby it is. I just registered for an introduction class, so I am excited about that -- I need some guidance. The tangles you created are great!! I have seen a few of them on other websites.

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  15. Love your tangles! I go to tanglepatterns.com to find new tangles that I might want on a new tile/picture. I have used five of your tangles just from looking at that site and liking the flow/look of that tangle. Today, I stopped and looked around your site again and loved seeing this page......I WILL USE EVERYONE OF YOUR TANGLES! I don't collect tangles. When I LIKE a tangle that I see, I find a way to use it, and keep it in my memory box to use again. Now I have three more to incorporate in this next piece I am doing. Have to follow you! THANK YOU FOR SHARING!

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    1. Glad you like them Monica. I kept tangles in my head for a long time, then there were simply too many! Now I do have a list and tangle binder. Have fun!

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  16. I am so grateful I found your website. I have admired your work through the books and seeing your name mentioned a lot. I knew you had developed quite a few of the tangles I have practiced -but- wow! I had no idea it was so many. You are so generous to share with us the tangle and the steps.Thank you. I am fairly new to Zentangle and I am in awe how many wonderful artist have found a place to share their work and let us novices belong, learn and play. I found Zentangle when I was in a really bad place in my life and it has helped me more than I can say. It truly has saved my life. I thank everyone who has shared from Tanglepatterns to Pinterest/ Flicker and the many links and now this website.

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  17. You are so helpful to this beginner - I have your book on using colour and love it, including the tangles. I also love that you live in Canada - I lived in Victoria for 3 years, and knew nothing of this art.

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    1. Thank you! It's quite possible there is a Certified Zentangle Teacher in your area. You could look on the Zentangle website to check. You're probably thinking of Marie Browning regarding the book on color. She does live on Vancouver Island!

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  18. Mrci de partager ces trésor d'Idées

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