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Veezley. Tangle Pattern by Sandy Hunter, CZT. Basic Steps #1: Decide how big a slant you want on your first set of diagonal lines and draw one right smack in the middle of the space you want to fill. Then do the same for the lines going in the opposite direction, so you have an X in the middle of your section (first square). It's easier to keep your lines roughly parallel and more equally spaced if you start in the middle and work outward than if you work from one side to the other.

Veezley. Tangle Pattern by Sandy Hunter, CZT. Basic Steps #1: Decide how big a slant you want on your first set of diagonal lines and draw one right smack in the middle of the space you want to fill. Then do the same for the lines going in the opposite direction, so you have an X in the middle of your section (first square). It's easier to keep your lines roughly parallel and more equally spaced if you start in the middle and work outward than if you work from one side to the other.

Tangle Karpet Original zentangle pattern by Vicki Murray

Tangle Karpet Original zentangle pattern by Vicki Murray

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