I spent a week working at a YMCA Primary School Holiday Programme. During this week I naturally taught some tangles, and some had a go at making their own! This one particularly impressed me so I asked if she would like me to diagram and submit it to the www.tanglepatterns.com website. She is looking forward to seeing it used by others.
I particularly like this pattern as it reminds me both of waves and of scallop shells. It is based on a shooting star with a wide tail flying across the sky, which can happen in groups (generally when Earth passes across the trail of a comet).
It flows easiest if you start with a line of dots near the bottom of your space and work left-to-right and up. If you like, you can vary the direction of the waves, or try with the dots arranged in triangles rather than squares. It would also look great as a single-layer border!