Tuesday, March 10, 2015

pokeroot & cubine



This challenge from 'the Diva' asks us to use two, and only two tangle patterns. Pokeroot is one of the tangles in my basics class. I teach it so often there that I don't use it much in my own tiles. Cubine is another tangle that I frequently overlook and I shouldn't. So this challenge was good for me.

I had two ideas come to me as I thought about this challenge so I finally decided I might as well just do them both!

22 comments:

  1. Both are creative and beautiful :)

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  2. Great combination of these two tangles.
    Very Creative !

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  3. Both are fabulous. I think the bottom one is really unique and charming!

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  4. These are both great. Love the second one, it has an air of mystery behind it (what's beyond the door?)

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  5. The second tile makes me giddy. I think because I wouldn't have thought of that and I adore a large pokeroot!

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  6. I absolutely love that second tile!

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  7. I love both of these but the second one just blows me away. Real original thinking.

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  8. I don't use Pokeroot very often but I do love Cubine. These are both very cool! Great ideas!

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  9. Both are very original and beautiful, for me the second one is the winner :-)

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  10. The second one is just genious!

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  11. Great tiles. The second one is so funny and surprising.

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  12. that's a real neat treatment, using one pokeroot, and one cubine embedded in it. Clever!

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  13. Great tiles! Can't choose a favorite :-)

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  14. Very creative! I like that single cubine in the pokeroot!

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  15. I like both tiles but most of all I love the second one with this very big pokeroot and the cubine-window in it. Very creative :-)

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  16. I love them both, but the second one cracks me up. How fun!

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  17. Like the frosted look in the first one, but have to admit I really like the second one. Great perspective and love the Cubine window.

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  18. it looks like you've got really cool lighting on that first tile. very nice now it glows and the shading really draws the eye. but my favorite is the second. so cool!

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  19. Beautifully Done, love the second one the best.

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  20. hihi, like both of your Versions, incl. :-) window cubine. Great tangling, Sue.

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  21. Love them both but the second one is my favourite too. Brilliant work.

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