Voor de tweede tile van deze negendelige reeks stelde Joey  voor om het patroontje Merryweather te gebruiken. De string werd verder ingevuld met Bee-Bug en ook zie je  Quandary opduiken. Net als in vorige tile, werd de boord  afgewerkt met dezelfde fragmenten als op de eerste tile en waarschijnlijk ga ik dat ook op de derde tile doen. Het blijft een leuke challenge, maar toch een tikkeltje moeilijker dan ik aanvankelijk dacht. Vooral om de ene tile vloeiend in de andere te laten overgaan vond ik moeilijker dan ik aanvankelijk dacht. Ik ben erg benieuwd naar volgende week.

For the second tile of this special challenge, Joey proposed to use the tangle Merryweather. Just like on the first tile, I filled the string with Bee-bug  but outside the string (and a bit inside) I have chosen for Quandary. To form the border, I have drawn the same fragments  as I used on the first tile and I’m gonna do that also on the thrid tile. I like this challenge but I have to admit, to connect the tiles with each other, was more difficult than I thought at first instance, but I enjoyed and I’m curious to know which tangle we have to add next week.

 

 

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12 Comments

  1. 11
    Gudrun S. says:

    Hi Ria,
    thank you for your nice comment.

    I love your tiles both, they are very elegant and lively with this centers of Purple and White.
    The black border with white drawing still increases the effect

    Wish you happ tangling and good luck too

    Gudrun Schlaphof

  2. 9
    Felicity strohfeldt says:

    I love this creative feminine look that you’ve achieved. Beautiful

    • 10
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you Felicity for your kind words, I’m glad you like the result untill now. Let’s hope, we all can achieve a wonderful final result.

  3. 7
    Trudi says:

    Wow Ria the flow from tile one to two is just great it’s going to look so beautiful! Even if we don’t know exactly where we are going it sure looks like you know what you are doing!

    • 8
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you Trudi for your kind words. I have never done such a challenge and no one of us know what is coming up next week. It is really exiciting and I hope the final result is gonna be a wonderful surprise for everyone.

  4. 5
    michele says:

    I absolutely LOVE what you’re doing with this series Ria! The lavender toned paper and the purple/grey line work is so elegant and the contrast with the black border is superb!

    • 6
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thanks Michele, I’m glad you like it and it is very exciting not to know what Joey is going to suggest next time. Drawing the second tile was not so easy as I thought in the beginning but I enjoyed drawing and I’m looking forward to the third tangle, I hope, because of the string (Bee Bug) I will have place enough for another tangle!!!

  5. 3

    This looks amazing! And Bee Bug binds everything together ! Beautiful work!

    • 4
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thanks Anita for your comment. I agree that Bee Bug is nice to connect but I have to repeat: it is wonderful to see on your tiles, how “easy” your beautiful drawn tangles flow into each other. I still have to learn a lot when I take a look on your mosaic that is growing in a wonderful way…

  6. 1
    Joyce says:

    Wow! The way the two tiles come together is simply stunning…and I absolutely adore the purple beads. Great job! Totally looking forward to seeing all nine tiles together.

    • 2
      Ria Matheussen says:

      Thank you Joyce, I’m very glad with this surprising compliment. I’ll try to find a nice way to connect the following tiles, depends also on which tangle we have to use, anyway this is a real challenge for me.

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