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Weave PATTERN

Here's the new pattern mentioned in my previous post, Scribble Daisies
 
Weave Tangle Pattern Step Outs

A couple of notes:
A dot grid helps to keep it straight/regulated if that's the look you want.
Note 1: shows the initial strokes done in a different order.
Note 2: keep adding more lines to fill if you want - really changes the pattern appearance.

Here's a couple of freeform versions:

Weave Tangle Pattern Wonky Grid

Weave Tangle Pattern Freeform

I'm currently working on a video for this one :)

Have fun!
hx

Comments

  1. Mmmmm ... so graceful ... and so forgiving I'll bet! I look forward to drawing this one tomorrow. Thank you, Helen!

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  2. I love it!
    Flowing and wavery...
    It look like a beautiful mix of the TanglePatterns: Auraknot, Knot Ricks and Hurry. ;o)
    Look forward to the video.
    Thanks

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  3. this is really pretty, helen, i'm going to include a link to this blog post on my 2 facebook pages. i also have a young art friend in colorado - here in the states - that i sent to your ebook on ribbons. her name is carli and she's a wonderful young artist interested in trying lots of different things. i thought of your blog right away.

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  4. Thank you Helen. This was so helpful and so fun. However, I miss your slower videos and even more, I miss your voice guiding us through the steps.

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  5. This is a terrific new Pattern, Helen. I had a ball drawing it.

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  6. Helen, I love your new pattern. I have been playing with it ever since I saw it here. I'm sure it will become another one of my favorites, it's just all kinds of fun to play with. Thank you, Helen, for sharing with us.

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  7. Beautiful pattern! Thank you for sharing :)

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  8. Helen, are you planning to do a video for Weave?

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    1. Hi Jan, yes! I already have one - you can find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6elcqchtEk

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