Stuck (once again!) on what tangle to do next, I used my handy dandy Tangle Guide from Tanglepatterns.com. I keep it on my computer desktop so it's at my fingertips! (Check out how to get one here).
For Jan 16, I went straight for the first one on the list: 2-N-5, a tangle created by CZT Anita Roby-Avery. Anita's instructions begin with a pencil grid, but I like to freeform on this stuff, so that's what I did. I like when things are a little wonky, so this works for me. I show my steps to the tangleation below. Once I had the basic tangle done, I did a few more things to it. I had so much fun I did another one going a different direction on Jan 17. I extended the lines from the 17th into the 18th, and began a few elements of Pais by Mikee Huber, then added some Hollibaugh by Molly Hollibaugh, and finished adding the insides of Pais after the Hollibaugh. If all this sounds confusing, just refer to the steps below. I had so much fun with these, that I had to share the steps. (You can find the original steps to these tangles by clicking the links provided in this post.)
Thank you Linda Farmer (tanglepatterns.com), Anita Roby-Avery, Mikee Huber, and Molly Hollibaugh!