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onsdag 19 juli 2017

I am the Diva´s challenge no 325

Jessica Davies made her second guestpost in the Divas challenge. I am challenged this week. Second pattern I don´t use becaus I found it non-flowing as I tried it earlier and I didn´t like the outcome of them at all though I struggled with it! But this time it is different.


The difference might not be that I have been a tangler for a while since I tried Peanuckle last time.  I have learned to slow down even more as I work on a pattern I don´t like or I don´t get the sense of.  By making Sez (in my last post) again and again and now Peanuckle I am so happy to find out they could be my best friends in tangling! Looking on the video where Molli Hollibaugh draws her Peanucle, was an eyeopener for this occasion. Click Here to watch!

Here is one Peanuckle I did last I tried! 

16 kommentarer:

Susie sa...

I don't know what your Pea-Nuckle looked before you did this tile, but here it looks perfectly executed and, with its strong contrast, in just the right balance to the surrounding tangles.
PS: thanks for the LO's link.

Meridiana sa...

i agree with susie--this is just lovely and i loved the combo of line-intense peanuckle with the more open, airy second tangle.

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

😄If you follow the last link in this post you'll see! Thank's for stopping by!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Meridiana!😄

Tara sa...

I love how it stands out. Great job

Jess sa...

Lovely! Your peanuckle is perfection! Thanks for participating in the Diva's Challenge this week too. :)

Michele Wynne sa...

Anita, you hit the nail on the head about slowing down! It all clicked when I did that 😉 Your tile is beautiful and your Peanuckle is indeed perfection.

Susie sa...

Oops!!! Ouch!!! Thanks Anita. I completely overlooked that last line....

Anne's tangle blog sa...

I like this tile, you did very well.

Jean Chaney sa...

You make a very important point. Just because we have difficulty with a pattern, doesn't mean that we shouldn't go back and try it again. Many tangles that once were hard to do get easier the more we tangle. It's a lot like tying your shoes. I'm sure that was just a nightmare for most of us the first few times we tried doing it! Great Peanuckle and tile!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Tara!😄

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Jess! I am glad you gave us this challenge! I wouldn't have taken up Peanuckle otherwise!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Michelle😄!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Anne!😄

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Jean! Your methaphoe is perfect! I'll remember that about learning how to tie your shoes!😄

Ria Matheussen sa...

This is a gorgeous drawn peanuckle in combination with the other tangles, I love this tile, but not so much as the Zendala you have made (LOL) Today my last blogpost with this tile is on-line.
Kind regards from Belgium and keep on tangling Anita, it is alwaysa a nice surprise to see your wonderful work!