Diva Challenge #293
Pattern focus: Keeko
I was quite inspired by this week's challenge to use Keeko as I'm always happy when a challenge reminds of things I've forgotten. I've enjoyed using Keeko in the past because it's so easy and relaxing to draw, truly a Zen pattern and I forget what a great fill it is.
I pulled out one of my tiles colored with art tissue paper and let it set the string. The finished tile is a bit disjointed but I like it;-)
Made by Joey Challenge #139
Finish My tile Series: Mooka
Joey provided a lightly arching frame with Mooka emerging from one corner. In addition to adapting this to an ATC, I tweaked my Mooka a little, a variation I habitually use with Mooka, which is to resolve the bottom all to the same point rather than create a series of corners. I guess what I end up with is a variation of Flux.
I finished one Travelling Tangle this week:
This came from Margaret Blank in the UK:
There were so many possibilities with Margaret's start. After a lengthy stare-down and many rotations, I could see some options for the string. I almost always lay in pencil string if the sender hasn't provided one. Following Veezy's curves, I started with a few arching string lines and then the Barberpoles. This laid the groundwork for a graphic corner and organics spilling out of the top.
In my weekend post I shared some pictures of my Travelling Tangles album. Working on it always makes me happy.
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