Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Pea-nuckle/well

The Diva's Weekly Challenge #146: DuoTangle Pea-nuckle/Well

My first thought was 'oh tricky combination' so just began with a simple wonky square string and decided not to think to hard about how these two tangles would fit together. Fun!!

15 comments:

  1. Lovely. I should have tried the "not thinking so hard." It certainly worked for you. Love your fancy scrolly S shapes in your Pea-nuckle.

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  2. Most people are finding the challenge hard this week, but you wouldn't think so looking at your tile. It's super.

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  3. I love your tile! Your peanuckle reminds me of sheet music. I don't know why, but just when I opened your post I was thinking of music. Beautiful with that black background behind peanuckle.

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  4. Gosh you make this look so darned easy! As always, beautiful work!

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  5. That turned out nicely! Peanuckle is not my favorite, haven't done it in a lo-o-ong while.

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  6. Wonderful! I like your Pea-nuckle on the black ground!

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  7. You certainly make it look so easy! Lovely tile!

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  8. Hi, Shelly, thanks for visiting my site and commenting on my submission. I really like the way you used pea-nuckle and how refined a look you gave it. I will remember that presentation for later when I use it again. Thanks. Hey, how's springtime there in the "downunder"?♪♥♫

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  9. Shelley this turned out brilliantly, I love the stark black side with the opposing white.

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  10. I love how you've kept the visible 'S' in Pea-nuckle. The whole thing is beautiful and most inspiring! Axxx

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  11. Great; I love the part with black background.

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  12. Oh, YEAH...I love that, and man can I relate to trying not to think so hard. That's my biggest hurdle.

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  13. Very nice, Shelly! Just going with it worked wonderfully for you!

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  14. Love the way you did Peanuckle!

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  15. You have given Pea-nuckle the most beautiful look I have ever seen! I LOVE how you've accentuated the tips of the "s" and made them focal points! Really spectacular and inspiring.

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