Huggins pattern designers are Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas.
I love the Huggins pattern, it is intriguing the way it intertwines. I can be tricky I’ve gone wrong many times trying to do it.
I will soon be staring a large Celtic Knot using the Huggins design.
I’m following a lady on Youtube called The Tireless Tangler her channel can be seen here
She has done a 100 day challenge filling in all the squares on the Celtic Knot.
Bold Tangle with Huggins
In this tangle we see that as well as Huggins various other patterns have been used.
I love the neatness of this tangle.
Crazy Huggins Artwork
This is crazy Huggins at it’s best. This is a pattern I’m going to try to master over the next few weeks.
Huggins and Mooka
Patterns have been mixed here in a very pleasing way.
I particularly like the shading which has added great depth to the picture.
Complicated Huggins Pattern
Mary’s Meditative Art is one of the Zentangle people I have subscribed to. Her tangles are just lovely.
This on is black and white but she demonstrates plenty of tangles that have colors in them… gorgeous.
Crazy Huggins Tutorial
Melinda Barlow’s Inkidoodles channels is another Zentangle teacher that I have subscribed to.
Here she shows us clearly how to do crazy Huggins. I’ve watched this through a few times and I’m still not sure I’ve got it. Time to just jump in and do it I feel!!!
I love her work.
My Own Attempt at Huggins
I decided to have a go at the pattern huggins myself. This is the resulting tangle.
I quite like it although one criticism I needed the Huggins pattern to be a bit more fluid. A bit more crazy Huggins would have been better.
The other patterns I used are Poke Leaf, Widgets, Fescu, ‘Nzeppel and Huggins.
This took me about 30 minutes just pen pencil and a blending stump.