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Monday, March 17, 2014

Weekly Challenge #159


Happy St. Patrick’s Day to All!
This week’s challenge from i am the diva was to take inspiration from St. Patrick’s day in any way that you wished. I decided to use a new tangle called Rixty, designed to celebrate Rick Roberts sixtieth birthday. If you would like to learn how to do this tangle please contact your nearest CZT for a lesson on Rixty. I used the Spoking Rixties and varied them in to what else, some shamrocks. A little tipple to finish off and here you go, a bit of luck for all of you!



Thanks to you all, for the lovely comments you leave, they make my day!
Have a great week and Tangle On!

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful! They DO look like little shamrocks.

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  2. Oh, wow - beautiful, Ilike it! :)

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  3. Love your Rixty! We both used this as an opportunity to remind people about the benefits of leaning from a CZT!

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  4. Lovely! Can't wait to see the stepouts for Rixty....not a chance of a CZT class in my area. :-( Makes a great shamrock tangle. Axxx

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  5. what a great idea for a lovely tile!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous tile! Your Rixty is brilliant!

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  7. VERY CLEVER - how you used Rixty. I haven't been able to get my mind around using that tangle... something just felt... wrong about it, off balanced, something weird. But using it the way you did to make shamrocks... well, you're a freakin genius, lady!

    love it!

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  8. Hey, Kate. You and I were in the same seminar #9. I love watching your growth and appreciate your sharing. Thanks!

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  9. A beautiful tile, you did a good practice on Rixty, it looks great with the green pearls or bubbles on the background.

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  10. Great idea with turning the sixty into shamrocks. Very well done!

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  11. I love the way you have done this like the green

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  12. Lots of little shamrocks floating on the Guinness froth, haha. I like this new tangle and the way that you have used it here x

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  13. Lovely take on shamrocks! They look like a bit like celtic knots so double Irish theme, there.

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