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Weekly Challenge #165: “UMT – Camelia”

Posted by Louise L. Hagedorn on April 28, 2014 in Zentangle |

Laura Harm’s latest challenge is up at her website. 

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The main tangle to use in this challenge was Anne Mark’s Camelia. It’s a grid style tangle. I’m not entirely fond of grid based tangles, but this one was fun to do. It lends itself well to a grid that isn’t perfect. That makes it easy to do the grid on the fly.

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1 May 2014 Update:

If you would like to see instructions on how to make one of the tangles shown in the ZIA, you can check the instructions for Raincoat 6.

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  • Sweet!

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you!

  • Wow, Camelia makes a nice border pattern. What is the name of the pattern that looks like little people in raincoats? It’s cute!

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      I made that one, but haven’t given it a name yet.

  • Rica.E

    Nice grid!!!

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thanks Rica!

  • Karen

    Very nice! I cannt wait to try it out!

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you! Glad you like it.

  • Very nice use of Camelia. I too like your little “raincoat” people. Hurry and name it 🙂

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      I’m glad you like it. I will give the name and instructions in the next post.

  • Nice job. I think it is always fun to try new tangles.

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you. I like the creativity it brings.

  • I like your two versions of “Camelia” and the way your designs climb up the page.

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you. I’m happy you enjoy it.

  • Nicely done! I really like it that you made it into a border and that some of the pattern comes out of the grid 🙂

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you! I’m learning that grids can be imperfect and still beautiful.

  • I am not a huge grid fan either, but I like this tangle, and yours turned out really pretty. Nicely done!

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you! Glad you think so. Grids make it easier to make pattern symmetry but are sometimes tiring to make.

  • Annemarie

    Your zia is very pretty, I like the woven tangle at the left.

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you!

  • Lovely Zia! Like Jean I like the little “raincoat” people … it´s really a wonderful pattern!

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you!

  • Great use of Camelia. And I love the little men!

    • Louise L. Hagedorn

      Thank you!

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