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Saturday, December 10, 2011

New tangle pattern Fohbraid

This pattern was drawn in one of Geneviève Crabe's Tangle Organizers Layout #1.  
For a review, and a chance to win one of her Organizers or one of her Journals, please check out my giveaway.  

This is one of those patterns that seems so simple once you think of it, so possibly someone else has already.  I don't remember seeing one, but my memory makes swiss cheese look whole, lol!  If you know of a pattern that uses the same steps, please let me know so I can give credit.  

It's a very flexible pattern, easily varied, and can be a border, string or fill.  

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20 comments:

  1. I LOVE this! The instructions are perfect and so easy. I struggle with the other braid-type patterns - so looking forward to trying this one. LOVE your blog and your new header is marvelous. I commented back when you painted it that it is my favorite of your watercolors! xo

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  2. Trying this one today! Thanks for sharing.---Carole

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  3. Tried it and really liked it!! Here is a sample of the fun I had: http://openseedarts.blogspot.com/2012/01/calendar-week-2.html. Thanks Sandra!

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  4. Great new pattern! Love that it is created with triangles as the base. Makes it user friendly.
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  5. love this pattern, thank you.

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  6. I love this!!! Can't wait to try it.

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  7. Interesting! & thanks for keeping the instructions simple. I can almost envision wriggling centipede bodies in the bottom picture....creepy, but I like!!

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  8. Can't wait to go and try it out! Thank you for sharing.

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  9. wow! I love this...so easy and so versatile!

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  10. Yvonne Sledge
    I love the simplicity of this pattern!

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  11. Love the new tangle - found this one easier to use

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  12. Thank you Sandra for a tangle I can actually do easily. That made my day. LOL Love it.

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  13. This was easy & fun to draw. I'll be using it again. Thanks for sharing

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