Monday, October 25, 2010

GINGHAM tangle instructions

Here's a simple tangle I devised a few months ago based on a square grid. Just make sure you get your vertical and horizontal fills going in the right directions. Enjoy!

12 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret, you certainly are enthusiastic, and thanks for the patterns. I love doing this type of drawing. I have found as others have, that I sleep better, and feel calmer since doing this drawing. I love the endless variety of the designs.Quite exciting really!!
    I love enthusiasm...it's great to be around enthusiastic people.

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  2. I just can't get enough of 'tangles'. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  3. Thanks for sharing, Margaret! This looks like another fun and simple tangle. Thanks also for the comment on my blog about my tangle "Cheers". I would love to see "Oakling", since the idea came from the same ceiling. What a wonderful place Oakhurst is.

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  4. Hey it reminds me of picnic table covers, i like this pattern!

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  5. LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to try this one out.

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  6. This one caught my eyes! I did some embroidery on Gingham fabric and now I can tangle it too. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I just tried your tangle and love it. What a great filler pattern. :)

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  8. Since having to do a tangle challenge for a tag this month, I said I wasn't that bothered, but looking at this site and copying and pasting some diagrams into my technique folder I'll have another go.

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  9. This isnt easy at all!! You are the reason i failed my art project

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