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Tuesday, March 8, 2016

DIVA Challenge 258 UMT: Rautyflex

It's a first Monday of the month challenge (UMT) at the DIVA's blog this week.  We are to try using the tangle Rautyflex, by CZT, Kathrin Bendel.  I must say that Kathrin did a fantastic job of deconstructing this tangle from a picture of a pattern she had!  Wow!  I admire that, because I have a hard time with deconstructing.  As Laura stated, it is a high focus tangle for sure!  For that reason, I decided to make it a monotangle (the only tangle on the tile), but I did a lot of the variations all together on the tile.  So many ways you could go with variations to this tangle.  Thanks Kathrin, and Laura!  I always love trying a new tangle pattern! 


17 comments:

  1. Hi Sue,
    Love the depth in your tile. It's really three dimensional to me.
    MoonOwl

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  2. Wow, beautifully done Sue! Lots of variations that flow from one to another! (and such even lines!)

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  3. Lovely mono tangle and I love your variations!

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  4. How clever of you to use a monotangle with variations! It does seem so versatile. I hope to explore it more.

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  5. Oh Sue, your tile looks so good....three cheers!

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  6. fantastic! I love to see it as a monotangle Sue.
    And thank you for your tribute to Rautyflex :)

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  7. It looks like you had fun looking for several ways to present this tangle. Looking great!

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  8. Your tile shows just how different the variations are! I want to try them all. Nice!

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  9. That's so great! I love all the variations.

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  10. Love the depth of the tangle and all the beautiful variations you've done.

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  11. Wow, Sue, you did so well with this tangle!!!

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  12. You found so many variations - it's great.

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  13. I love the different ways of Rautiflex, beautiful tile !

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  14. Your variations are wonderful, I love your shading and depth, beautiful work as always Sue!

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