Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Kuke

Weekly Challenge #118: "UMT v. XVI - Kuke"

Cool as a cucumber...kuke by Katy Abbot is the selected tangle for The Diva's challenge this week.
Katy's inspiration actually was from a cucumber slice.  Kuke is fresh, delicate, smooth and yummy!!
It became a favourite right from the start so I will use it many times, I enjoy the way it fits into irregular spaces and can sit on it's own too. Thanks Katy and Laura.

19 comments:

  1. beautiful Shelly.... It is so festive in a cucumber way! LOL

    Sandy S

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  2. Michele, this is a beautiful tile!

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  3. Lovely. I especially like the middle design, altho I also like the way you turned the ones on the edge into sorta kinda squares. Great job.
    Joyce

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  4. You did a great job with this.Look at the kuke in the squares so much possibility.

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  5. I love this (almost) monotangle zendala.

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  6. This is so Kuke!!! Brilliant tile.

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  7. Love this Shelly, gorgeous combination and very elegant. A feast for the eyeballs!

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  8. Love how you used this tangle! The touch of red really makes your zendala pop!

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  9. Oh, you have added a new dimension to Kuke. Nice!

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  10. Great choice of patterns and I love the cubist version of kuke!

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  11. Gorgeous zendala Shelly! Looks like a beautiful kaleidoscope image!

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  12. Beautiful Shelly! I love that you used sepia on Kuke which really makes it stand out.

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  13. Gorgeous as usual. Really peaceful, I could lose myself in this!

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  14. Great Zendala. Love your Kuke circle and how you used this tangle. Like the contrast with the bi-color.

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  15. As always, great mandala you made out of kuke. The color red is great in this one, and your balance in the tile is outstanding. Looks like a little universe. Great.

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  16. Beautiful Shelly. I never pictured Kuke in a mandala, and you've shown me how to use it in squares. Bonus!

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  17. As always, your tile is just gorgeous! So graceful and rhythmic.

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