My original post presenting four favorite vessel tangles is here. I followed with another four tangles that can be delightfully filled with other tangles and that post is here. Today, here are four more, making a dozen.
From me, step-outs are here. Here it is in it's simplest form:
From Molly Hollibaugh. Step-outs are here. Here it is in it's simplest form:
Here's a tile with Ing in stripes, with five different fills.
From Zentangle. Adele Bruno offers good step-outs here, although it's called Twile.
A little back story: Many seem to be using the name Twile lately. Zentangle came out with the pattern years ago but didn't publicize it. Recently, CZT Leslie Scott-Gillilan deconstructed it and called it Twile.
Here it is in its simplest form. The central squares can be left empty, or filled black (which looks more "empty"!)
|Tangles: Beadlines, Stoic|
From CZT Christina Vandervlist. Step-outs are here. Here it is in its simplest form:
If you want to use different patterns as on the right, remember that braids generally have three strands, so you want to put your pattern in every third section.
A great post Margaret. Thanks for introducing me to Charlotte which looks a lot of fun. And for making me revisit Ragz which I've largely written off till now, but filling it, even quite simply, gives it a new lease of life!ReplyDelete