Friday, November 28, 2014

DIVA Challenge #195 Turning Old Into New (Take 2)

If you saw my 1st entry for the DIVA challenge, posted here, I had mentioned how I really liked putting Betweed in a grid.  The only thing I didn't like was that I made it so small.  So here is a monotangle of Betweed in a grid.  It makes such a beautiful pattern and creates a flower shape where the grid lines meet.  Here it is a lot larger..........


13 comments:

  1. Guess I did not see the flower shape the first time. I was focusing more on the star shape of Betweed. Like one of the old field ground figures, do you see two faces or a vase. Depends on what you focus on.

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  2. betweed is lovely in a grid - it's nice to see it larger

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  3. Oh, how beautiful, dear Sue. I see different tangles in one (of the stars, or the round part - like flowers - or the bigger gridpart). Perfect, I love to look at it again and again. Well done! Happy greetings

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  4. It is lovely. What a good idea! I saw the stars first too.

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  5. I saw the flower shapes first and then stars, beautiful.

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  6. I love betweed in all it's forms...and this grid form one is WONDERFUL! WOW!!!

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  7. Thanks for doing this bigger. Love the way scale changes things. Shall certainly be trying Betweed in a grid.

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  8. Wonderful Betweed flowers / stars!

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  9. I'm gonna have to try that! It's lovely!

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