Monday, April 4, 2016

Fassett


Fassett by Lynn Mead is the featured tangle this week. It's a tangle that appears to be tricky but is really easy when you get to the step outs. There are several ways you can add variations to this tangle. I used it as my border tangle here. I did it on a Renaissance tile so I could play with two colors of pens and use both shading and highlights. 


The weather here in Illinois has been bizarre. My daffodils have started to come up and I think it will be glorious once they are all in bloom. But then, on April 2, we had snow again. NOOOOO! I'm done with winter! Yesterday we had a high of 65 - today it's in the 30's again. I can't wait for the weather to make up its mind!

16 comments:

  1. We're also having some of that whiplash weather, but no snow---just a wild thunderstorm with 60 MPH winds and hail and now its cold again. I'm glad I hadn't definitely put my winter coat away. You're right, Fasset looks very elegant on a Renaissance tile. Nice.

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  2. I really like the way you have surround flux with your Fassetts.

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  3. As always, Sue, this is just perfect! You are incredibly neat and elegant in everything you do. Axxx

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  4. Beautiful Renaissance tile! It's so exquisitely drawn. I envy your steady hand;-)

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  5. Beautiful tile. And I am having the opposite weather. It is warm. Again! And I am so not ready for summer. We barely had any winter! If only we could average out our weather patterns maybe we would both be happy ;)

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  6. There is a definitive show of concentration but confidence in this tile. You made it look beautiful and easy. Even though we all know it must have been a wrestling match bending it where you wanted it to go. Or I could just be rattling on... :). Sarah

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  7. Really lovely!!! Hope spring will decide to come your way ;-)

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  8. I love Fassett and I adore the way you presented it here Sue!

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  9. Beautiful tile Sue, and I am with you, the weather ups and downs are driving me crazy!

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  10. Great idea to use Fassett as a border. Why didn't I think of that?

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  11. Like it as a border. Like the Flux, tipple inside.

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  12. I love the border too…amazing.
    And you weather is NOT appetizing at all. (I am in Central Florida and plan to stay put awhile yet.)

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