Today we begin with TanglePatterns String 066 created by Melodie Hampshire.
Noticing that we have paid little or no attention to tangles that begin with the letter 'Q' - I looked over string lines to see which one would be a good companion to the 'Q' tangles that I reviewed.
As it just so happened, String 066 seemed just right. Coincidentally - and I do believe there are no coincidences in life - tomorrow is my grandmother's birthday. Were she still here today, she would be 109 years old. Imagine that!
As a young girl, I distinctly remember when she turned 66 years of age - "schixty schix", she used to say with a wry smile.
Here is a picture of my grandmother and me taken around 1960 ~
Her name was Guellma Gevene - a rare mouth full. Today, we are blessed with a daughter named Elena Gevene and her daughter, Ella Gevene. What a glorious blessing that her name lives on.
In this marvelous month of October - one that my grandmother held dear because of our birthdays - we continue celebrating with String 066 ~
|Copyrighted image used with permission from TanglePatterns.com|
The tangles for the week include:
Quandary by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas
Quare by Beth Snoderly
Quib by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas
Quiltz by Kym Barlow
The step outs can be found by clicking on the names of the tangles above - or by visiting Tangle Patterns.
Remember, use as few or as many of these patterns as you wish.
Simply pencil the string line onto your tile and tangle away!
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