These Tangled Tuesday posts sure do seem to creep up on me lately. Time really flies when your social life starts to pick up AND you still find yourself addicted to reading in between time! Fortunately, though, I do have a couple of tangling goodies to share with you today – more than last week, anyway! – so here we go.
Just two new tangles learned this week – Raffz and Acrosstick, both from TanglePatterns.com. I’m still pacing myself, as I now have room for just 20 new tangles in my current Moleskine sketchbook, and then I’m stuck until my new ones arrive (which, unfortunately, are back ordered).
Tangling in Progress
I did some work on my current 8″ x 10″ WIP, but as it was just a bit of filling in and outline work, it’s really not worth posting updated photos. I have a feeling this one is going to take a long time to complete!
The Diva’s Challenge this week tasked us with creating a duotangle using only Cubine and Pokeroot (and their variations). Both were patterns I learned way back at the beginning of my tangling journey, so they were already familiar to me.
The tile I created is very simple, but at least it actually got done this week!
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