Weekly Roundup #179

Hi everyone... I'm trying something new this week. I have organized all the links in several categories. Please let me know in the comments whether you prefer this or not. Thanks!

EVENTS
4th Annual Retreat for CZTs and Avid Tanglers: Oct 23-26, 2014
CanTangle learning event for Certified Zentangle Teachers in 2015

CHALLENGES
It's a String Thing #45 Tiles compiled by Adele Bruno
It's a String Thing #46 by Adele Bruno
Joey's weekly tangle challenge #14
Kelly's 30 day creative challenge Day 21
Day 22 - Day 23 - Day 24 - Day 25 - Day 26
Tackle it Tuesday "O" Tangles results compiled by Cheryl Rotnem
Tackle it Tuesday "P" Tangles by Cheryl Rotnem
TanglePatterns String 110 by Beth Snoderly via Linda Farmer
Weekly Challenge #173 "Redux, Remix, Revisit Your Comfort Tangle" by Laura Harms

NEW BOOKS AND PRODUCTS
MY NEW EBOOK: Links to 2000+ patterns and tangles
New book Tangled Stitches by Jane Monk
New Digi Stamps and Coloring Sheets by Norma Burnell
New Zentangle book by Anya Lothrop
Pattern Play: a Zentangle Creativity Boost by Cris Letourneau and Sonya Yencer

GIVEAWAYS
Second Mandala Starter Giveaway by Cindy Angiel
Zentangle Giveaway from Craftside

TUTORIALS
Tiffany Lovering's YouTube Channel
Tutorials: Shade with Niji Brush, Sakura Gelly Roll & Watercolor Pencils by Sharla Hicks
Using paint chips to make tangled bookmarks by Rita Nikolajeva
Zentangle® Inspired Minitutorial ~ Variations on a Tangle by Jean Theurkauf

MEDIA
Squiggles of Serenity (from The Hindu)
The Higher Purpose of Doodling from CBS Sunday Morning

REVIEWS
Review of the Tim Holtz Distress Marker Spritzer Tool by Sandra Strait

TANGLES AND PATTERNS
Btl-Joos tangleation Beadle-Joos by Anya Lothrop
Forest by Helen Brown
How to draw tanglepattern Cyme by Ellen Wolters
How to draw tanglepattern Finery by Ellen Wolters
O-Cee by Chris Gerstner
Rymey by Cindy Angiel
Tangle Refresher 80 by Linda Farmer
Tips for tangling Sue Jacobs' Plaited by Adele Bruno
Windfarm by Margaret Bremner
Woodlock by Sayantika Ray

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16 Responses to Weekly Roundup #179

  1. alice says:

    i like it this way, genevieve, i like all the categories.

  2. Wally the Swamp Rat says:

    I am usually all for change and progress, but I really like the old way better. Does that make me a luddite??

  3. sue jacobs says:

    I agree with Alice - the categories help break up the lists and make it easier to read.

  4. Lila says:

    This way is great - especially if the list is long. It must take so much of your time and I thank you, I look forward to your Saturday morning posts! thanks Genevieve for creating a wonderful reference.

  5. I three that motion. The categories are very helpful. Thank you Genevieve.
    I so much appreciate your time and effort doing this week after week. It's such a great service to us all. *BIG HUG*

  6. ~ joey ~ says:

    Yep I'm in favour of the new format as well!
    And a warm thank you to you for organizing this each week!
    ~ joey ~

  7. dennie york says:

    I love the new format. great categories and much easier to find things. Thanks!

  8. Genevieve says:

    Thank you everyone!

  9. Sue Clark says:

    Love this new format! Very easy to follow. Thanks so much for doing this every week!

  10. Erin Linh says:

    The new way works best for me too!

  11. Barbara Morrison says:

    This is perfect for me. I need everything in one place to be able to find it. Great, thanks

  12. Christine says:

    Love this format. I can pick what I'd like to go to quickly.

    • While I read the whole thing, this format helps me find the things I really want to read first. . . also helps me find things I read earlier and want to revisit. Thanks for all your work each week.

  13. Sandy Hunter says:

    love the new format.

  14. Janey Lively says:

    I like the list.

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