Greetings from East Tennessee, where snow is currently pouring down in a speedy swirl! It probably won't accumulate, but since many of us are experiencing snow despite the official arrival of Spring last week, today seems like a great day to share a new tangle with you!
I present...(drumroll, please)...
I will explain this unusual name later.
This is a really fun linear tangle, but when used in multiples, it can become a fill pattern.
The spaces in between strands of offlaarla can be filled in however you like: shade it with pen or pencil, fill it with tipple or auras or pinstripes. Lots of room for creativity with this simple tangle that starts with a series that is reminiscent of Morse code: l — l l l — l l l — lll — l (Dot-dash-dot-dot-dot-dash-dot-dot-dot-dash-dot-dot-dot-dash-dot. )
Ah—and now the snow has stopped (just minutes later!) and the sun is shining again. And we continue with our regularly scheduled season.
I hope that whatever the weather is in your location, you are all healthy and happy and ready to try a new tangle! If you'd like us to share your use of oflaarla here on the ZT for Kids! blog or on our Facebook page, please email me at CZTAmy@gmail.com. Teachers, if you share this tangle with your students, I'd love to see their work!
Amy Broady, CZT
P.S. I was really excited to create the step-outs for oflaarla using blank Tangle Cards for the first time!