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Saturday, July 3, 2010

My tangle pattern: Triquetra

First off, Happy 4th of July to those who celebrate, and Yay! for me.  I've reached 100 followers.  One of those things in life that mean nothing--what's the big difference between 100 and 99 or 101?  But it makes you feel so cool when you hit that number.  Thank you all for visiting my blog, and making me feel like I'm accomplishing something!

This is another of celtic knots, based off the Trifoil pattern.  I know these aren't easy to get the hang of, so I decided to take a different approach.  I've given you two different views of the steps, one that shows how each step fits into the whole, and then my usual type of steps.  Let me know if this helps.


5 comments:

  1. I love this doodle. This celtic symbol has been a favourite of mine for many years and this doodle is has a very special quality.

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  2. Beautiful Sandra !!! Congrats on 100 !!! Thank you for all the time you spend creating these patterns and caring for this blog !! Hugs from Kansas !!

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  3. YES! I think this definitely helps. Thank you!

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  4. Gabriel ProductionsJuly 4, 2010 at 5:46 PM

    off topic: quatiny with glass balls! Delicious!!!

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  5. Thank you all!

    I like using Quatiny with the Celtic knots. They have a totally different feel from each other, but do work together!

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