Laura is asking us to create a tile with the new tangle Skye by Margaret Bremner. It's a gorgeous pattern and I've played with it almost two weeks ago for another challenge (click here to see my other Skye tile).
Apparently, I love to add some black in a tile that contains Skye. Today I let Flux play along as well ;-)
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At her blog, Laura mentioned already how much fun it is to see the new official pattern Ellish grow in front of your eyes. It is! I love this new tangle, and for this challenge I added some Crescent Moon.
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This week's challenge at the I am the Diva blog is to 'add a bit of black'. A bit more than we usually do, to add a bit more drama. I'm never scared to use black, so I thought I could use even a bit more ;-)
I've used Rain as some sort of (black!) string and filled the tile with Puf and Pufcookie. Two patterns I don't use very often, but seemed to suit my tile.
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We're using Hollyhock for Adele's challenge. A pattern that didn't really sprak to me when I first saw it, but now I 'had' to try it. I liked it better than I thought, so thank you Adele for making me try it.
I put it on a Tipple bed and used 4Mom on the tile as well, since it was also in the challenge ;-)
M, Q and G are the letters for this week's challenge of Diane and Carolien. I wanted to use more than three tangles, so I've drawn two patterns for each letter: Maelstrom & Miasma, Quiltz & Quandary and Germie & Gingham.
It's Use My Tangle Monday at the Diva's challenge and we're using Crux. A pattern I really love to draw, and this time I wanted to do it a bit differently. So... this is the result, with a more flexible grid. Some sort of unidentified flying object ;-)
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