woensdag 19 juli 2017

Oh no ...... not that one

For the second time, Jessica is filling in for Laura in challenge 325.

After I read that Peanuckle was the tangle I could only think about my dislike of this tangle, that I only tried once.
Still wanted to join the challenge and practiced a bit on a piece of paper. It kept being almost impossible.

I decided to use a colored 3Z tile and use Peanucke as a border. The tile appeared to be too dark, but as always, I went on so I could post my first try.
Well, it's finished, I DID IT!!!!! But .... my feeling towards this tangle is still the same. Sorry Jess -:(
But also, thank you Jess for making me leave my comfort zone!

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!

10 opmerkingen:

  1. I think this looks good and I think it is the little areas of white that make it stand out. I'm with you on this pattern - I like it when other people do it!

  2. I love the idea with the little threats off Pea-Nuckle. You know, your pea-nuckle doesn't look like its drawn by an anti-fan. In the contrary, you did a great job!!!

  3. i love what you did with this. works great as a border.

  4. I like that you used it to outline another great job

  5. Bravo for trying it! Your peanuckle border is delightful and the background color gives the tile a whimsical fee.
    Don't forget about these "ick" tangles every once in a while. They may just surprise you one day. :)

  6. Hij doet het geweldig als rand!
    En wat een mooie kleur. Wel een mooie tile Annemarie.
    Kan me voorstellen dat je het ook een verveelde tangle vind, ik zal hem ook niet vaak gebruiken.

  7. Wow! I never would have thought to try this as a border! Well done 😍

  8. I am impressed at how you pushed this tangle into being a border. It might not be a favorite, but it really worked well for you!

  9. I like your white highlights. I am definitely in the minority as I like this tangle. Of course I also like Paradox.

  10. Very inspired thinking "outside the box"* to use Peanuckle as a border tangle. I'll have to try that. Maybe I'll like it better that way.
    PS: *"to think outside the box" is an English idiom which means you looked at a problem and found a solution by thinking about it in a new creative way.