Friday, October 11, 2013

8's Parte Dos & Cruze

I had a real challenge with this pattern. I just had such a hard time to grasp the diagonal . I don't really know why. I have since looked at the work that others have done and I think I needed to have my dots spaced differently. Oh well, it is what it is. on to the next challenge!

16 comments:

Anne's tangle blog said...

Indeed, it is what it is and .... it's beautiful. Very nice with this frame

LonettA said...

Beautiful variation of this tangle! Also I like the border!

Andrea Wight said...

I really had a hard time with this one too. I like what you came up with though. Looking at all the different tiles is fascinating.

jane eileen said...

You did it! Changing the spacing of the dots creates different effects, but that is what makes tangling so much fun, making them "your own." Nice job.

Zasa Lein said...

An absolute great Tile! I had my difficulties first too!

Cobi said...

what a good idea to turn cruze into a border. I found it hard to combine it with other zentangles and make it look as one

katydidsworld said...

I really like the effect, there's a looseness to it that's really appealing! I also like how you used it as a border.

Didisch said...

You did a great challenge by making cruze as border. I found it hard to let the pattern go along the string. It is very hard to know on forehand how the tangle wil end, but thats all what Zentangle® is about, so be proud of your work, you had fun, and I like the combination with 8's parte dos.

1 Art Lady Kate, Tangles and More said...

I love how it frames out everything!

1 Art Lady Kate, Tangles and More said...

I love how it frames everything! Nice work!

NancyD said...

It looks really great. I like the diagonal and will have to try it myself. NancyD

Mariƫt said...

Lovely, Cruze is perfect for a border !

Donald Wilka said...

I like the way that you were able to make this as a border. I had been working on this to use as a border on the bill of a hat. I cannot get it to curve like you did. Will have to study yours some more.

ledenzer said...

Thanks for showing me that Cruze makes a great border.

3D's Bits of Crafts said...

I have a few mistakes in using Cruze as a border, but unless you really study it, you can't see them.

Dayna Barnes said...

Nice! I, too, had trouble figuring out how to squeeze Cruze into a string-defined space, so I ended up letting the Cruze define the other spaces. Using it as a border is a terrific alternative.