Monday, June 18, 2012

Zendala Dare #10 - Thanks, Erin!

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Erin at The Bright Owl is sponsoring Zendala Dare #10 this week. She gave us the blank you see below. Above, you see what I did with mine. I chose a yellow round tile and used the patterns paradox, weave, copada, hurry, and a variation of vortex. I'm calling the design in the middle 'paradox' - am I right? Or is this called something else?
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You can check out everyone's drawings at The Bright Owl. You can even try your hand it at and post one for me to look at! I will leave you a comment to let you know I've visited your page!

18 comments:

  1. Lovely blog. You have a wonderful sense of pattern and design.

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    1. thank you, nora, i'm really just learning as i go and having a great time! i appreciate your comment :) haha, thanks!

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  2. Wow - the yellow pops it - nice balance in the tangles you used.

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    1. thank you so much! i think my balance is improving each week - at least, i hope it is :)

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  3. You made a wonderful zendala! Love the middle part.

    Annemarie Huijts

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    1. thank you, annemarie! i just really didn't know what to do when i got the outer blocks :(

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  4. This is stunning. I love the center most of all.

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    1. thank you so much, cathy! i hope you are enjoying your summer days :)

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  5. like it!!!!
    and i love your photos, and discover a nice blog

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    1. thanks, fifi! i hope you will come back to visit many times :)

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  6. Very cool! I love what you did with paradox in the middle, and how you used a variation of betweed. The Hurry looks great as the border, too. Great job!

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  7. This is lovely - creative use of the tangles that you chose. I like that you added the extra circle to the given template.

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  8. I like the second circle in the center. It's very nice. :)

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  9. Such a rich tile! Spun in Gold!

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  10. I love this tile! You've done some really neat variations, and chosen interesting, different tangles.

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  11. I like your choice of the yellow paper and your choice of tangles

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