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Copyright 2005 Catherine Cartwright-Jones
Cover Graphic by Alex Morgan
Published by Henna Page Publications, a division of TapDancing Lizard
4237 Klein Ave.
Stow, Ohio 44224 USA
All rights reserved.
Printed in the United States of America
No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission except
in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles or reviews, and within the terms of use
as described on page 3. Henna artists may freely use these patterns as inspiration for their own
hand-drawn henna work.
Library of Congress Cataloging–in-Publication Data
Catherine Cartwright-Jones
The Henna Page “HowTo” Patterns Volume 1
Henna Art: patterns
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The Henna Page “HowTo”
Patterns Volume 1
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containing para-phenylenediamine to stain skin. Para-phenylenediamine may cause severe injuries to both
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The Henna Page “HowTo”
Patterns Volume 1
Teach Yourself to Henna: Elements of Henna Patterns
This series of free ebooks from The Henna Page will have pattern exercises designed to
help beginners become proficient henna artists, and to help experienced henna artists
increase speed and accuracy.
Once, when you were very young, you had difficulty writing. You practiced on lined
paper until you could write easily, legibly, and quickly. Henna patterns can be created of
simple elements just as words are created of letters. If you learn the elements, you can
put them together to make complex patterns. Practice these exercises with lined paper
and a pen until you can draw the figures quickly and smoothly, just as you practiced
elementary school penmanship exercises. Then practice them with a henna cone. In
time, you'll be able to build up complex henna patterns quickly and easily
Indian Bridal henna work is most easily done with well-sifted, strained henna, a mylar
cone, and paste mixed with dextrose. For instructions on mixing the perfect henna
paste, read The Henna Page “HowTo” Mixes book, another free ebook from
www.hennapage.com !
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Table of Contents:
Page 7:
1: The Fooffy:
This looptyloop is similar to the cursive letter "f”.
Page 10:
2: The Hump:
This hump is the most frequently used element in contemporary Indian bridal henna. Learn to
love your Hump, and practice humping for speed and accuracy!
Page 13:
3: The WibbleLeaf
This leaf is created with a wibble and a flick. Henna that is naturally stringy or which has had
dextrose added makes these WibbleLeaves go smooth and fast. Wibble up, Wibble down, Wibble
around a spiral
Page 18:
4: The ZiggyZoggy
The ZiggyZoggy is most easily done with naturally stringy henna, or henna with added dextrose.
If you have stringy paste, you only need to touch down at the apex and nadir of each angle and
drape between. North African patterns use lots of ZiggyZoggies! In India, repeating
ZiggyZoggies symbolize the rainy season, water, fertility, and abundance. Learn your
ZiggyZoggy!
Page 22:
5: The Fishbone
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