Sunday, July 5, 2015

New Tangle pattern- BrrrSt

A long long time ago (cue the soundtrack to American Pie... ok scratch that but it's stuck in my head)
I stepped out a pattern I had seen in a church window.
I was in the car at the time and it was on the corner of a street that started with Br... that was all I saw. I think it was Bryant but I don't really know... I was paying attention to the pattern. But that's how it got it's name.
BrrrSt

I created a step out and posted it but it apparently didn't make the transfer over when I did some switcharoos on my blog and I wasn't getting many readers back then. I figured it had wandered off and didn't worry about it, I knew it had gotten pinned a few times on pinterest but that was all I knew about it.

Then in one of my CZT groups, someone asked about it and I dusted it out and shared it and everyone liked it. So I'm sharing it with all of you again, many for the first time.
(Glad I save so many random pieces of paper!)
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Anyway, what are you making today?




19 comments:

  1. Love the new tangle. I'll have it in the next Weekly Roundup.

    Still playing with digital art, and I'm starting work on final assembly for my new online class on bead embroidery.

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    1. It's a fun one. :) Oooh bead embroidery?? That sounds like fun!

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  2. Thanks so much for sharing your new pattern. Something new to try!

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    1. Hope you like it. It's a fun one to do! Very zen!

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    2. I see a strong resemblance to an old quilt pattern called "Cathedral Window".
      Your rendition will be fun to do with pen and paper...the "real" quilt pattern is a bear to do.

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    3. :) Awesome! I'd love to see your version when you do it!

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  3. Very nice! Love it. Nathalie, CZT NY

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  4. This is a lovely pattern, thanks for sharing with the rest of us! I like square grid patterns and will try this one soon. I wish the step-out wasn't so dark gray; makes it harder to save and print!

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    1. I can reupload it. My scanner was broken at the time!

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  5. An interesting take on a new grid pattern. Love this.

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    1. I'm not normally a "grid based girl" but this one I love to do. It makes my heart happy and puts me in a zen space!

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  6. I did it on black paper with an orange pen......wow!

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  7. Oh what a pretty tangle, I love it especially as the street may have been named the same as our name Bryant. Thanks for sharing

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    1. Thank you! It is Bryant Street!
      We have awesome architecture here!

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  8. Just found your pattern on TanglePatterns. This is great! The center really pops out after shading.

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