This week, our Diva has for us a challenge to use stripes.
I filled a tile with striping not too long ago:
But it looks cool enough, I thought I'd share it.
After all, is IS stripe-ed. (did anybody else grow up with the word stripe-ed a two syllable word? "get the stripe-ed umbrella" huh...just now remembering that. And "floweredy" A dress wasn't just flowered, it was floweredy.)
This is what I created in response to the challenge:
I made up my own string, but only two of the shapes stayed at the end: the arc across the background, and the pillar up the middle.
Patterns used are queen's crown, candy stripes, a riff on roel, umble, fandango, xyp, a row of printemps and dots, more queen's crown. The pillar is just striping. Oooh! It would be fun to make that striping look like a loose ribbon wrapped around!
A fun way to explore many tangle patterns :)
There are so many other patterns I want to play with, I'll probably do another stripe-ed tile. Or three.