My Tangle Patterns Gallery

If you’d like most of these patterns in one file, or in a printed book,
click on the image above for more details.

An alphabetical gallery of my tangle patterns. Click on a pattern to go to the blog entry with step-by-step instructions. Inset images show variations. A red border indicates the most recent addition(s) – these are not included in my book. Dotted borders also indicate a pattern not yet included in the book.

25 Castle Street  70sCupA_t 70sCupB_t   Arrers #1 Arrers #2          Balawat Balustrade    Cathedral        Crosseyed    Curly Braces Trio  DecoBaubles       Diatom Dicentra   Enclosure Envelope         GothicBuds_t GreekBaubles_t Grille  Icthus  Intertwine Inverse Square Law      Liberty 100  LovelyBlooms   LRI   Mobius    Nabu   Nimrud  NouveauBorder_t                 Pineapple Pineapple 2   Pub Carpet #1         Radiate       Sardines         Throne Room  Two Monkeys          W-Y    Zulu




43 thoughts on “My Tangle Patterns Gallery

  1. Lovely patterns, I look forward to playing with them! Thank you for sharing. I will have to bookmark your site. 😉

  2. Your designs are…drop…dead…gorgeous!
    Thank you so much for sharing your skill and art with others, you are so so generous!
    Beautiful work, and you must be very sharp in order to deconstruct patterns in your mind! Or however you do it, to make the instructions fit in 6 boxes or less!

  3. I just found your site although I have been doing zentangle for about a year. You have the most beautiful patterns I have ever seen. Wow. I’m busy incorporating them into my obsessive tangling (just ask my family).

  4. What pens would you recommend? Im currently using Rymans black fineliners, which seem pretty ok but would love some advice if there is something better.
    Jan B

    • Hi Jan – welcome to the wonderful world of tangling! I use any pigment based fine liner/technical pen. The Copic outliners have replaceable ink and nibs. Sakura make the ‘official’ pens. Aim to find something comfortable to use that has good ink flow, fixed width tip, and is permanent and lightfast when dry. And Leicester not all that far from Notts 🙂

  5. I’m a recently trained CZT and stumbled upon your site. Love your work. Would love to sign on to your mailing list…. Not sure if what I’m filling out does the trick. Please let me know if you need more info.

    Keep up the great work!

  6. LOVE these! And you are so generous to share them all. Thanks so much! I just got addicted myself so am just starting out. I subscribed to the blog. Well done, you!

  7. Of all the tangles out there, I am always so attracted to yours- the precise geometric theme with a taste of organic shapes and flowing movement- I see Art Nouveau, Illuminated scrolls, delicate and under-noticed carvings from cathedrals… Please keep working and sharing, you are an inspiration to so many of us!

  8. OMG you should have had this made into a book and sold. These are better than alot of the books I have purchased. TY for sharing!!! I am going to sign up. I can’t get the ones I really want copied tonight. I have been Pinning to much today:) That’s how I found you 🙂

  9. I just started tangling with 3 of my friends last week this is SO ADDICTING!!!! BEING a Grandma I have some extra time to Doodle.I look forward to learning from your BEAUTIFUL TANGLES!!! THANK YOU

  10. Beautiful Gallery!! You have an amazing flair for both design, AND teaching in very concise steps! Will be subscribing to your blog! Thank you for sharing your gift!!

  11. Love these! Thank you for making them available. Just so you know, a few of the thumbnails are not linked to the pattern page for them: Beanpodz, Curly Brace, Dayzee.

  12. Just stumbled upon your site, beautiful patterns, thank you for sharing, definately bookmarking your site. 🙂

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