Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Hip To Be Square

Weekly Challenge #113: String Theory v. XXIV "Hip to be Square"

Oh such fun! The theme continues with squares and borders.


 
With a black tea wash.

22 comments:

  1. All three are lovely. It would be hard to pick a favorite, but I think the second one would be my choice if I were forced. I'm truly attracted to organic and I love those tendrils.

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  2. All are AMAZING but the first one is my favorite. I love your creativity.

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  3. You are not square in your ability to give us inspirational, gorgeous tiles! However, you are square in a hip sort of way!

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  4. Stunning, my favourite would have to be a choice between the first two tiles. I can't choose.

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  5. Love all three, so different and beautiful. Tea wash is one of my faves, have to try it.

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  6. Your wonderful organic side always shines through. These are lovely!

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  7. Great tiles. I love your style, so delicate, so organic and so surpirsing eveytime. Thanks for sharing. Can you tell me the name of the tangle with the black ribbons in your first tile. I love that one.

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    1. The tangle is umble, it looks bit wider here and followers the lines more so than filling a square.

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  8. All three are great, I love the way you can look trough the frames in the first one.

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  9. my choice would be the first - i love the brayd tangle! But all three are fantastic!

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  10. Shelly, these are so dynamic! Love them.
    Who designed umble and are there steps somewhere?

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    1. Umble is an official Zentangle tangle.

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  11. All lovely, but I especially like the second one, so simple but beautiful

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  12. Very hip indeed. :)
    The first is my favorite.

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  13. All so beautiful - my favorite is the first one. I love how you've carried on some lines into tendrils in the first, and even more in the second. Beautiful

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  14. Wow Shelly. They are all so creative and beautiful. I love each of them, for different reasons. Fantastic! I'm also happy to learn the name of the tangle "umble". I love it, and will go looking for it. Thanks!

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  15. The 2nd one is my favorite! Great job :)

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  16. I love your style. I can pick out your tangles anywhere.

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  17. I am going to have to remember that sometimes you only need a couple of patterns (or one!) to complete a piece. I love them all.

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  18. Wonderful, Shelly! Love the dimension you've managed to achieve with these - beautiful :)

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