Friday, September 14, 2012

break free


OK, I'm confessing, this challenge was just not my thing. I just am not excited about this tile. I liked the concept I came up with but the final tile leaves me feeling 'meh'. The one benefit to this tile is that I can use it as a teaching tool as I did enjoy figuring out which tangles I could use to 'break free' of the original grid.

I used  a 5" square that I used when I was tangling with seniors. I laid a regular tile slightly askew to get the dimensions, removed it, and then figured out drawing a frame as I would normally do. Inside my frame I drew a basic grid and then tangled away with tangles that would fit a grid. I then 'broke free' with other types of tangles.

9 comments:

  1. Wow, I love the tangles you used. TFS.

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  2. I think this is a very fun tile. The tangles are bursting free like confetti. I love your combination of grid like tangles.

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  3. Sue this is an amazingly beautiful tile!

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  4. Sue, you have chosen the tangles theat are great toghether. Sometimes a Challenge of Dare is just not ├Żour thing', the nice thing is that we are challenged.

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  5. Well I think you did a great job. In the til so gridful work with so many tangles and the when you go outside your tangles are really breaking free. GREAT :)

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  6. i like the top left corner - the swirl pattern - that one's fun!

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  7. I noticed the same top left swirly. Like the bottom end of it. And the whole thing works well together.

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  8. I like the way your grids flow from one pattern into another - then the grids flow into something curly! Lots to look at here. I also like the tip of using a larger tile for seniors - I'll have to remember that if I ever go for my own CZT training!

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  9. Sue, love your process and this tile are great. Especially enjoy your sweet little Mookas nesting on the bottom.

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