Thursday, January 19, 2012

DANSK tangle instructions

While visiting a friend recently I chanced to use the bathroom where the soap dispenser had a simple and interesting pattern on it. Due to much forethought and good planning I had pen and paper in my purse! I made a return trip to the bathroom to draw the pattern. I looked on the bottom of the soap dispenser, hoping for inspiration for a name. It said simply "Dansk".

I also suggest adding the Auras around the 'drops' equally, until they bump into each other. Here's Dansk at work.

Tangles: Crescent Moon, Dansk, Diamond Drops, Paradox, Tipple, Tripoli
Tangles: Amaze, Dansk, Tripoli and my Drupe/Fracas hybrid

9 comments:

  1. DANSK means danish in danish.
    So beeing danish I guess I'll have to try this one ;)

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  2. Nice pattern. With just one drop it ends up looking a lot like a fingerprint.

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  3. Ok, I just tried it and I am in love. Like, really in love. Thank you, Margaret!

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  4. I love this new tangle: fascinating how one drow can grow to such a lovely pattern.

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  5. Margaret -- This looks like such fun. Am going to have to try it SOON. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Great new tangle, Margaret! I can't wait to try it. It's a good thing I now have my handy-dandy Tangle-a-Day calendar. :-)

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  7. Never left a comment ... just try :) ... new with tangles
    have a household paper here, with a very similar pattern ... i thought about ... and here it is ... done by you! Really lovely! Thank your for sharing it!

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  8. Well, it just goes to show you that you can find inspirations for tangle patterns just about anywhere!...I love your bathroom story!!! Great pattern too!!

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  9. Dansk is a maker of home goods, from china to serving-ware, glassware and wooden items. They were one of the first to bring the simplicity of danish modern design to the US in the '50s.

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