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Queen B & Warre - Tangle PATTERNS

Here's a shock confession for you - I'm a chronic doodler. What can I say? Put a pen and paper in my hands and it just happens. My notebooks are peppered with patterns in between the more "serious" notes.

I was having a tidy up recently and discovered these doodles amongst the notes from a Natural Beekeeping workshop I took a few years ago. After breaking them down I thought they made good pattern candidates.


 So, here are Queen B and Warre:



A sample drawing created with Queen B:

Hope you have fun with them :)

Comments

  1. Helen, it is so good to see more of your patterns. I love both of these & will give them a try later today. Thank you for sharing with us.:)

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    1. Thanks, LindyLu. I hope you have fun with them :) h

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  2. You have a lot of doodles like Queen B. I laughed when I saw your sample, I thought of a shower curtain.
    Warre is a nice break from your usual curvy doodles, it's more like the way I doodle. When I watch your
    YouTube videos it's nice to see such smooth drawing control. There was once a video where your hand
    was not in the shot how did that work?

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    1. Hi Linda,

      I do most of my videos like this now. They're created on my ipad and so much faster to put together as I know that the screen is recording exactly what I'm drawing, rather than going through the whole camera/lighting set up, transferring the footage to the computer and then finding out my hand was in the way the whole time!

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  3. This is one of your videos that has only the line drawing (no hand showing):
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MN9LsAW2ewc&list=UUJ_FUEhcmNbM1WgtIXqDfyQ

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  4. Hello Helen,

    Linked via Linda Farmer....These two Reticula Fragments are so Creative....Did you load these on to the Reticula and Fragments Facebook page ??? Bravo !!

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