Friday, February 19, 2016

Weekly Challenge #255

Greetings and Happy Friday fellow tanglers!

This week over at i am the diva, the challenge is Ghosts of Tangles Past. I had to do some digging to find my stash of old tiles but did mange to find them. I hate when I put stuff in the safe place, and then forget where the safe place is! The tile on the left was done in August 2012 and the right, February 2016. I hope there is some growth there. The tangles used are Hollibaugh, Raddox, Printempts, Crescent Moon, and Bronx Cheer. The Bronx Cheer in the first one was used to hide a little mistake, on the second one it’s not.

Also have to share what my 6th graders at school did. We got into the Valentangle spirit last week and they completed their first ever Zia’s. I started to put them in the typical ensemble so we could all ooh and ah over them, but the kids started reforming it into a heart shape. I was proud of how well all of them did on their first try!

 Thanks for stopping by, and for all of your lovely comments!
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Have a great week and Tangle on!


  1. Oh yes, what a difference, and Renaissance too, lovely.

  2. I like your both your early and new tiles. I think I'll have to use your version of Crescent Moon in my tiles - the depth is very effective. I also like how you've played with Hollibaugh.

  3. Well Kate, there is a huge difference and especially the fact that you are so much more free in tangling. Good to see!

  4. There is a great evolution, even your border is more fluent and much nicer, of course also the tangles and the colors!!
    It is good for all of us to see sucht a big difference.
    Thanks for showing us

  5. Your hollibough and blackberry look exquisite!! Have got to give them a try now. And I'll just have to find some blackberries now, even though it's winter. :)

  6. Definitely a difference, as your style has evolved. I think that we can all see our tangles becoming more relaxed and "zen-like" with the practice. Thank you for sharing!

  7. I love the color shading on the Renaissance tile! Beautiful and warm!

  8. Here's what I see: in the first tile, you followed all the rules. In the second, you broke all the rules. That's exactly what I try to do. You have accomplished it brilliantly!

  9. It´s so interesting to see everyone´s development!
    Both tiles are wonderful. But I feel more flow in your current tile. Absolutely gorgeous!