Duo Tangle – One = Uno Tangle

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The Diva’s Challenge this week – #83 – was to make a duo-tangle using mooka and assunta. Last week I attended the CZT training and these two tangles are some of the many we worked on.

As you can see from my CZT note-collecting book, I worked on me some mooka!

I like this pattern – I’ve used it a couple times before. I worked on assunta a little – we tried that one on our own. And I just never got the hang of it. I will continue to work on it, but I wanted to get something posted. I’ve been gone for a week, and was getting ready for my trip for a week before that and I am soooooooo far behind on challenges. So, I’m posting my uno-tangle tile for the duo-tangle challenge. Here it is again – maybe if I post it twice that will make it similar to a duo-something-tile.

Sorry, Laura. I’ll do better next week!

To check out all the duo-tangles (meaning those that actually used two tangles) head on over to the Diva’s page here. Why don’t you join us?

The Creator's Leaf

14 thoughts on “Duo Tangle – One = Uno Tangle

    • thank you, annemarie! i can't wait to look at everyone's drawings and see how you incorporated assunta – and how you got it to look right – haha! help!

    • shelly – i thought about you several times at training. there was one lady there that had a similar style to your drawing. every time i walked by her tiles, or by her desk workspace, i thought of you and wished i could ask you questions about your drawing πŸ™‚ your style just really speaks to me. and the CZT training was a dream come true!

  1. Thank you for your notes on mooka. Mine is no where near as lovely as many I have seen posted and your notes might help. Lucky you on your CZT training. Look forward to hearing more about it.And lastly, 1/2 a tile is better than no tile, right?

    • thanks, susan! you should see my workbook page on assunta – maybe i'll get brave enough to post it one day – haha! probably not πŸ™‚ and the training was wonderful – living a dream!

    • thank you, leeanne, training was spectacular! i learned, i made new friends, and i got to meet and hang out with dilip πŸ™‚

  2. Your notes on Mooka are really helpful & there are a number of things I learnt from your post. Absolutely fascinating about using the aura as a fill & the unfurled/infurled terminology. Thanks for this.Paula (PEP)

  3. your mooka is very well done, and i particularly like how you included "dark spaces". nice contrast.

    • thank you – i thought it looked unfinished until i added the black sections. thanks for letting me know πŸ™‚

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