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Friday, February 25, 2011

My tangle pattern "Weequash"

Once again, The Phrontistery has given me the title for my tangle.  I'm stretching it--Weequash means in the dark, as in stumbling around in the dark.  I admit it.  I saw the word, while looking for something that meant light, fell in love with it, and had (HAD) to use it! 

This tangle makes me think of a chandelier or fancy lamp so it prevents anyone from weequashing around in the dark, lol!

For variation, you could stop at step 4, or you could add another tangle, such as Ignite, in the circles, or, as I did in the example, you could use auras around the whole tangle.
If you want more detail about how I colored this tangle, see my Flickr post.


  1. What a cool pattern! You always get me excited about wanting to work up a doodle!! :) Where do you get the names for your doodles? I always wondered :)

  2. Duh! I just noticed in your post you mentioned The Phrontistery...that is where you get the names for your tangle patterns :) Your tangle is beautiful!

  3. Dear Sandra, it has been ages since I have left a comment. Just wanted you to know that I look here everyday even if I don't comment. I have not been tangling much and it shows when I do tangle but I have not abandoned it altogether. Am a bit worried about the CZT coming up and wondering if it is exactly what I need or exactly what I don't need! Just to let you know I remain inspired by your art and your sharing...

  4. WOW – this is so awesome!
    And your example breathtaking. I have to switch to flickr immediately to read how you colored it.

  5. This one is wonderful Sandra......as are they all!

  6. This is just jaw dropping awesome.

  7. oooo,speachless...those bubbles killing me

  8. Very nice, and easy to draw. Great job on it. Thanks for sharing. And your colored version is wonderful.