Wednesday, 19 February 2014

DIVA CHALLENGE#155 and ZENDALA DARE #92

Yeehaa! This is my first try at doing my blog on my iPad mini as my old Dell can't manage to get on the net today despite saying connection is good! 

I've been having fun creating some swap zentangles with an Aussie Zentangle group on Facebook. We were to use only tangles that started with K. It's sure a good method to learn and practice them. 
I used some for DC tile, for which we had to leave some SPACE. 
First discovery is I can't make the tile any larger! I used Kitchener, Keeko and Knot Rickz. 

Below is my Zendala Dare for this week. I like how Knot Rickz turned out but I quite messed up Unyun.
The one around the border is Kuke. For some strange reason, since it retired, I have trouble remembering the tangle names! 


11 comments:

  1. Nice work. Your first one would fit with this week's Diva Challenge which to add a little white space. I like the Kuke around the border. I empathize with your having difficulty with remembering names of tangles. I do well with ones I use a lot, but sometimes see one that someone else does and cannot remember what it is.

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  2. Both are great, I like the way you come up with the open space.
    The zendala is beautiful too, I like the border.

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  3. Well done with the iPad mini, aren't they great. Both tiles are lovely and agree the first one fits with the I Am A Diva Challenge this week.

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  4. Great white space tile! And the Zendala is lovely - can't see anything messed up at all here! Tangle names....hardest thing about Zentangle!
    Axxx

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  5. Both are wonderful! Your white space tile is gorgeous and so creative!

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  6. Both are beautiful! I tried Knot Rickz on my tile too (only one of them) and quite like it. I like how yours looks with a bunch together and will be trying it more.

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  7. I agree that it is so difficult to remember all the names of the tangles. I like that you tried different ones for you and both turned out so very nice.

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  8. Both lovely! I am hopeless at remembering the various tangle names - even my own. LOL!

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  9. Oh Anne, this is beautiful, so well crafted, you really are a master at zentangling, fantastic work!!

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  10. Both are lovely. I especially like the Zendala. I also have trouble remembering names of tangles. Except for one I use regularly.

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