Saturday, January 30, 2016

A Little of This, and a Little of That

Diva's Challenge #252, 
"String Theory: Tangle within a Tangle"

This week the Diva (Laura Harms) challenged us 
to use a tangle as our string.
So I used Weave, by Helen Williams
 and filled it with
and Coaster
 I really like it.
 Be sure to visit the Diva's site to see the other wonderful entries; it's amazing how different all the responses are. Maybe you'll be inspired to try out one of the Challenges yourself. ```````````````````````````````````````````````````````
It's a String Thing #129
 Use String #169, by Beth Snoderly:
Caught by Christine Reyes
LG by Adele Bruno
LaBel by Sue Jacobs, CZT

I had not used LaBel before, but it seemed to fit. 
So I used all three tangles

Be sure to check out all the entries @ Tickled to Tangle, on Monday afternoon, when Adele Bruno posts them. The vast differences that can be achieved using the same tangles on the same string are truly incredible. And, if you've a mind to try a String Thing yourself, check back on Tuesday afternoon, 
when she offers the new ones.
It's a String Thing #128
Last week I did the String Thing challenge, 
but never sent it in or posted it. 
So since it's done, I'm posting it now.

I did white on black first, but wasn't really happy with it.
So I redid it black on white, and like it much better.
That's it for this week. See you soon.


  1. Very well done! I like the last one too (a lot).

  2. So much wonderful art to see. You've been a busy tangler! Perfect tangle choices for this week's challenge, both string things work beautifully.

  3. Such beautiful work this week. I really like them all, but I think that my favorite is probably your Diva tile. I keep trying to use Weave, but somehow my lines have a mind of their own. Your string worked out beautifully!

  4. Nice pieces! I especially like how you used Weave in the Diva tile!


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