|Tangles: Crescent Moon, Tipple, Windfarm, |
and Windfarm with Rounding
Or is it a variation? Oh well, I've given it a name. This is
another of the Hollibaugh variations I was to share at Tangle U 2014.
The first is a tangle I now call Morse
. One of the people I showed this to said that it looked like modern windmills so Windfarm it is.
|The Rolling Hills Wind Project in southwest Iowa.|
This tangle begins with a long-armed 'Y' which then has an Aura on either side. Add another Y and aura it too. Some of the arms of the 'Y's will need to go under previous arms. Here's the how-to:
You may want to add a single 'arm' to fill a corner. Remember to shade it! Just as you would with Hollibaugh, all the parts that seem to be going 'under' get shading.
BTW: It's getting harder and harder to
keep track of tangles and names. If this pattern has been presented
elsewhere, or if the name has been used already, please let me know!
|Tangles: Black Pearlz, N'zeppl, Windfarm plus stripes and leaves.|
(That 'flower' on the left appeared when I turned
the tile around, so I added leaves!)
Yes windfarm does deserve it's own name! I am off to play thanks it looks splendid.ReplyDelete
I love it - it's so "very Prairie"!ReplyDelete
Just how DOES one find out if they've come up with a new tangle, or if it's already out there?
I've been playing around with something I don't think I've seen before, but I have no idea how to find out if it's been done.
Thanks Carol! You could post a picture/name to the CZT Facebook site and ask if anyone's seen it before. People have done that in the past.Delete
I love this Margaret! I'm always looking for backgrounds that can easily be varied for contrast and scale. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
Dear Margaret! Aren't you clever? I so enjoy your ideas!!!!!! Thanks so much for your generosity. I've learned so much from you.ReplyDelete
very nice! going to try it out tonight :)ReplyDelete
This is a wonderful pattern. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Margaret, wouldn't this be a great tangle to teach on a second tile of a Basics Class? Hollibaugh on the first and follow up with this. I love it!ReplyDelete
Love this Margaret! Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent.ReplyDelete
This is a gorgeous tangle, Margaret. I like it much better than Hollybaugh! I think it would be easier to do because it does have a basic shape to it - I find the sheer randomness of Hollybaugh makes it much less relaxing to do. Windfarm is a great name for it! I shall definitely be adding this one to my "how to" Zentangle album!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
This one really tickles. Can't wait to try it out. Thank you!ReplyDelete