Friday, 30 September 2016

It's a String Thing #164

Adele is not giving us a string this time and she likes us to create a tile with W2. She mentioned the Fall Season as well and I immediately saw the pattern Oke in my head. So, I combined these 2 tangles into 1 drawing.

I got a little help from my sweet cat Izzy who suddenly decided to give head. So cute! I'll never forget, because he left a line on the right bottom side of my tile :-)

Hollibaugh as a frame

Hollibaugh is a great pattern that can also be used as a frame. I filled the tile with Scallops, Quiltz, Petal Pusher, Tearce and Sand:

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Joey's challenge #132

Joey has drawn a wobbly stretch down the middle of her tile and filled it with the lovely pattern Diva Dance. I finished the tile with Crescent Moon, Ixorus and Hypnotic.

Thank you Joey, for your great challenges!

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Diva challenge #286

This week, we're only using straight lines for Laura's challenge. Next to straight line tangles, I tried to keep Footlites straight. It looks OK, but this tangle normally has curvy lines in the base, and I agree it should stay that way ;-)

The other patterns I've used are Flukes, Pinwheels, Zin and Zedbra. 

Thank you for stopping by, you're comments brighten my day :-)

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Alphabet challenge #74: C-J-T

Diane and Carolien challenge us to draw a tile with tangles starting with C, J and T. I wanted to try Cindyer, so I started with that one in a circle. Inside this circle, I drew Tizzy and Jax.

Saturday, 24 September 2016

Joey's challenge #131

This week's 'Finish my tile' challenge of Joey starts with Buttercup in the top right corner. A lovely pattern! I added some Tipple, Chillon and Double 8's to it:

Friday, 16 September 2016

Alphabet challenge #74: C-T-J

Diane and Carolien have some technical issues with the links button on their site, so I can't upload my tile with tangles starting with C, T and J. I can show it here though :-)

The tangles I used are Crux, Tour and Jemz and I just stacked them ;-)