Yesterday, I showed you the first half of our quilt guild meeting. Today is the second half. We had a guest lecturer, Pat Ferguson. She is an accomplished quilter and Certified Zentangle Teacher. You say... "Zentangle, what is a Zentangle?" It is sort of like an organized doodle. But you can learn more about it at the Zentangle official website. Just click here.
Pat, not only does the Zentangles on paper, but she now parlays them onto quilts. This first one is her Zendahlia.
It is totally done with thread, a whole cloth quilt. Gorgeous isn't it?
This is Pat showing more of the the quilt. The edge is just as fabulous!
This is the other side, yes the other side. It is reversible. I am in love with the colors.
This is a portion of the other quilt that she brought along. It too is reversible. Just mind bloggling. You can learn more about Pat on her website.
Here is her display board with her mini Zentangle quilts. These are really doable for anyone... I think.
We each had a little kit and got down to work. I must say that I found it quite relaxing and easy to do!
This is my finished Zentangle.
Another quilter's version.
Then we took a group shot...
Aren't the terrific? It looks like they are all individual quilt blocks. I loved it so much, I purchased two books and a mini journal to draw my Zentangles. But there is also a website with Zentangle patterns and how to's... Just click here.
This truly was a fun and unique experience. So keep your eye here for more Zentangles to come!
Until Next Time...