Friday, September 14, 2012

WILDWOOD - a new tangle

This pattern was inspired by a carpet design at the Wildwood Golf and Country Club in Saskatoon. No, I just happened to be out there for an event last spring. :)
country club carpet

I can't claim credit for this brilliant method for obtaining a series of equilateral triangles. That goes to CZT Sandy Hunter and her drawing instructions for Wunderwall (a beautiful tangle pattern). Note that the first set of dots indicate rectangles, not squares.

Here's the how-to for Wildwood:
Then embellish.

To be honest, having drawn these instructions, I actually find it easier to do each triangle individually, as in the lower right corners. I found that if  the dots get lost among the lines, the wavy lines can become confusing.

Here are a couple of tiles using Wildwood.
Tangles: Camelia, Cruffle, Paradox, Tripoli, Wildwood
Tangles: Black Pearlz, Coaster, D'Uni, Wildwood (3 varieties)


  1. Great new Tangle, & just love it with the colour! Thanks for sharing

  2. I agree with Sheila, this will be a fun one to color, Thanks for the alternate drawing suggestion.

  3. I love your tangles and your "... and then some" pages, Margaret! They are so exciting and fun!