I didn't know how to do this, and there are no official stepouts as such, so I just went ahead and practiced it a few times until it got looking okay. And then I forgot to take a picture of my "torn paper" before tangling it! ha!
but here is the finished piece
About the time I was thinking I wouldn't participate in the challenge this week, I started fooling around with heartswell/heartstrings by Helen Williams. I love the way she has it drawn on her blog, all sort of swelling and bulging. I did a little sample of it, and thought...wait a minute...what if...
So, going with the idea of hearts welling up out of a constricted flat surface, after I got done doing the heartswell, I thought the "flat" part needed to look like stationery (wall paper? hahahaha) and that's what I did.
Truth be told, my old Rosie cat pretty much did this to a wall near the back door. There was a ding where the knob dented the wall, and she saw it, reached up with a paw/claw to find out what it was, and had a hey day. She really did tear it up, literally. My wall didn't swell up with hearts though.
So, Joey is challenging us with Traveling tangle style, and I am also participating sparsely in the Facebook group.
Here are a few tiles I started and sent to another team member:
To Raye Burnett, who also sent me a couple of starts.
Here are some finished tiles:
|Sandi's first tile started with sixmail. |
|starting with the flower upper left|
finishing with squid, beelight, sanibelle and some tipple.
How to draw a simple Triskele