Monday, June 13, 2011

New Tangle - Brayd

Brayd is inspired by a frayed braid. It starts with a type of Mooka string crossed with two curved lines and filled.  Remember to leave the string in pencil to get the open weave effect and puff the small lines out a bit. Happy tangling!






14 comments:

  1. This is a magnificent tangle!

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  2. Love it! Just in time for this week's Diva challenge too.

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  3. Nice! It could be done without the fringe-y end just as a line/border too.
    --Margaret

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  4. Very nice - see lots of possibilities with Brayd

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  5. Very pretty..looking forward to trying this one!

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  6. I really like this one! I used it in the challenge this week. :)

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  7. I noticed the tangle right away in your spiral post. I am so very happy to see the instructions for creating it here!!! Happy Day to me!

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  8. I'm so glad you formalized this one. It's an exceptional tangle - both beautiful and absorbing! Thank you so much for the clear instructions.

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  9. This is a great tangle and it's one that I am going to try. TFS

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  10. Wow, this is great! I have been trying to draw a braid for hair and this will work for that too! I just found your blog through TanglePatterns! You have a beautiful blog and I look forward to visiting often! Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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  11. Thanks Michelle for this wonderful tangle Brayd.
    I can't wait to try it out.

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  12. Shelly: Fun to know you will be at ZT training in October. I am registered also. Got the air flight tickets and coming early to vacation. I'll meet you then. It will be fun to meet you. Joyce Francis

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  13. Thanks for showing us how to make it look so good.

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  14. enjoyed your blog very much. look forward to future postings

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