News and new patterns of the week

Hello my tangle friend!

I hope you had a great week. 2020 is a challenging year! So much to do and not enough hours in the day.

I have been asked why we call it tangling. Well, to me the word tangle has the meaning of mixing and intertwining. For a long time, I tried to find a more suitable name. There is just nothing that would come close to the meaning this word represents to me. In CPT we tangle/mix/intertwine shapes to create patterns. And that’s the reason why I call it tangling.

Last week I spend most of my time creating more CPT cards. We now have a set of 18 cards featuring the CPT Techniques, plus a set of 18 cards for Base Patterns. And they look great! The Base Pattern cards will immediately trigger your imagination. Combining Base Patterns and CPT Techniques will produce hundreds of new patterns!

All this goes together with the Lesson Plan I created. If you are interested in actively teaching CPT, please contact me. I am ready to teach new CPT coaches, but will only take 8 applicants at a time. Teaching tanglers to become a certified CPT coach is now done on a very personal level as I want to get to know each person individually.

And yes, YOU can teach too! The lesson plan is a step by step guide to cover the first 8 classes. It comes complete with Worksheets, Practice sheets, and Warm-up sheets. And I am holding your hand all the way through your first few lessons!

This week we had a couple of nice new patterns added to the website. And our pattern designers are busy creating even more! So stay tuned. Here are the latest new patterns:

Tri-byrinth by Ina Sonnenmoser

3E-Mills by Ellen Wolters

Floral Button by Lisa Jane

Folkit by Ina Sonnenmoser

FolkFloral by Ina Sonnenmoser

T-lusion by Ina Sonnenmoser

Ina & Nicole

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