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Weekly Challenge #29: String Theory v. IV: Creative Genesis

Posted on: July 5, 2011

String Theory v. IV: Creative GenesisBeginning string

This week’s Zentangle Challenge from the guest Diva, Sue Jacobs, was to use some sort of physical “string” and a weight to make the starting string for the Zentangle. I used a piece of yarn and small plastic ring I had hanging around, dropped it on the tile and took what I got. I am especially challenged, being a beginner, with complicated strings, so well of course that is what I ended up with, but I just jumped in.  I’m not entirely pleased with the results, but every tile is a learning experience for me and I enjoyed playing with some different tangles. Thanks for the challenge, Sue.


3 Responses to "Weekly Challenge #29: String Theory v. IV: Creative Genesis"

I like that you took a picture of the string and of what it became!!!

Love how this came out it is very playful XOXO Zoe

Love your choice of string and the design you have created with it!

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