Someone in the workshop shared this picture with me that I found fascinating. This is a Zentangle piece using black and white fabric to make the tangles, not pen and ink like I've been doing. I'm guessing you would draw your basic shape design and then fill it in with black and white fabrics backed with fusible. Satin stitching the edges would give it the look of the "string" lines in a tangle. Great idea!!
The workshop in the afternoon was great fun. It was for a smaller group of 20-25 people, who had signed up because they were definitely interested.
The nice thing about Zentangle though is, that you do not need to know how to draw! You cannot do it "wrong" because there is no right or wrong way.
In these examples of the class' work you can see just how fun it was and how well everyone did!
I hope everyone keeps on doodling and finds inspiration for their quilts and other arts.
Thanks to the guilds for the opportunity to teach! It was fun!