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Keenees: A New Tangle

I honestly cannot remember what inspired me to create this tangle. I do know it was not an “itsy-bitsy teeny tiny polka-dot bikini.” However, as development progressed, low and behold, the name became clear and here I introduce Keenees—which has indeed provided that itsy-bitsy teeny tiny polka-dot bikini inspiration. It’s a fun and playful tangle. It can be used as a filler, a border, or wherever you choose. And, it is the perfect summer tangle! Enjoy!

Keenees: an original tangle by Donna Hornsby, CZT

Keenees: an original tangle by Donna Hornsby, CZT

15 Responses to “Keenees: A New Tangle”

  1. [...] Harms writes:This month’s Use My Tangle challenge comes courtesy of Donna Hornsby, CZT.  I really like this tangle, it’s so simple and so [...]

  2. Andrea says:

    Very Cute and very Fun! I really enjoyed taking classes with you! To all interested parties….sign up to tangle with Donna! She is a great teacher!
    Aloha,
    Andrea

  3. This is a cute one! My Grands just left on vacation and will be in the car for two days each way. I gave them each a drawing pad with some of these ideas and a set of colored pencils. It will be fun to see what they do with this art form.

    Thanks for a cute link this week.

    A+

  4. Jen C. says:

    Hmm, I’ve never heard of Tangles or Zentagles before so I’m going to have to Google it to learn more :) I love the design though! I can totally see how you were inspired by that song too :)

  5. Pearl Maple says:

    cool tangles, they look like fun to make

  6. This looks like a very fun tangle!

  7. kelly says:

    AHHAHA see why you laughed,mucho thongs!! very cute

  8. Kelly says:

    It’s hard to see the steps on this one very well, even if I right click on it. Can you make it a little bigger? Thanks, so much because I’d love to try it.

  9. Dale Kaplan says:

    Please send the step by step directions for your tangles. THANK YOU, DALE

    Dale, Just click the image to see the step-by-step directions. ~DJ

  10. Char Brooks says:

    Lovin’ this one. For some reason I love doing circles and this is a new perspective that I will be enjoying!

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