Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Black and white and zentangles

This weekend Jane Monk is coming all the way from Tasmania to hold a Zentangle weekend at our local school. We still have some spots available if anyone wants to come, just send me an email or give me a ring. Zentangle is an easy to learn method of creating beautiful images from repetative patterns. The picture above is one of Jane's - sorry it is sideways - and is an owl. Fabulous!! And you don't need to be able to draw, most of the patterns are really simple and done in small amounts so a whole page is not something to be scared of. It would be a shame to miss out on this opportunity, so come along. It is $160 for the 2 days, including lunches, munchies, tea, coffee, a starter kit and a certificate. Doesn't Di's quilt perfectly match the Zentangle theme?

It is all different black and white fabrics, and I have quilted it with a couple of alternating patterns - In the Moment Arch Block and Bounce Block - both by Anne Bright.

The inside spotty border was quilted using a pattern called Bouncing Border, and the outside black border used In the Moment Arch Border both by Anne Bright.

Don't forget the Zentangles,



1 comment:

  1. I was wondering what pattern was used for the interior of the quilt.