Sunday, March 13, 2016

Joey's #103, String Thing #135, and Diva's #258

For Joey's Challenge #103, we continue 
using Roman Numerals as the string.
This one is III:
And the patterns to use are:
Buttercup, Fescu, and Tipple

Here's mine:
After I signed it, I realized that I liked it better flipped sideways:
As you can see, I used all 3 tangles
Take a look at Joey’s site to see the other entries, 
and maybe try one yourself.

At Tickled to Tangle, in anticipation of Saint Patrick's Day, 
Adele Bruno is again using this string:
and her tangle, Lucky

I had a really hard time posting this tile. First, it wouldn't scan; 
I don't know why. So I photographed it instead, but couldn't 
get a really good shot. Then I couldn't bring it up on this page, 
until I restarted my computer. That worked, finally. 
But it doesn't really show it well 
(too much shadow on the right).
 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.
This week's Diva's challenge is UMT (Use My Tangle)
and the tangle is Rautyflex, by CZT Kathrin Bendel.
This tangle is very high focus: it really requires constant attention. I had originally given up trying, until I decided to concentrate on the variations, instead of the original stepouts. That made a real difference. I finally got my head around it.
So here it is:

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.



  1. Lovely work Audrie! The days when technology doesn't work the way we want are so frustrating! I love your III both ways, I think the funnest part of tangling is you can flip it on it's side if you want!


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