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challenge #113 - squares

preserving, cooking, milking, catering for 70 at a family event afternoon tea on Sunday. Ah, the holidays......so......um......relaxing.

This weeks challenge was a little hard for me to get into so I just did a quick one using on one of my favourite techniques.

Suspended frames laced together.


Side elevation. Should have shaded the top image more to give the appearance of each frame dropping further back, but, ah well. Maybe later.


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Comments

  1. Oh my goodness - I am simply blown away by the beauty of your tiles. Out of everyone, you get top billing! Love, love, love both of them.

    Jacque Solomon
    www.tanglebright.com

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  2. Stupendous use of the square! Yes oh yes, I love how you tangle!

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  3. Love them both, but, the side elevation is sooooo cool!

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  4. Fantastic take on the challenge. I so look forward to your entries.

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  5. Helen, no one does laces like you do. These are quite amazing.

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  6. When I saw your name at the Diva's I wondered what you would do with frames and squares. Both of these tiles are just amazing, in the spirit of the challenge, yet so indicative of your style.

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  7. always so clever and so original.

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  8. How wonderful, I love both they are framilicious!

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  9. Your style is amazing! I always love to see your art!!!

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  10. I love both of these. So deceptively simple yet so beautiful.

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  11. Helen, you did it again! How on earth did you manage the second one, incredible!!

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    1. Thanks, Anneke :) I just tried to imagine how it would look like from a side view. I didn't get the perspective as accurate as I would have liked, though :)

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  12. These are fantastic! I wouldn't have thought of that in a million years. What a creative and interesting interpretation. Way to go!

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