Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Diva 192: Seton

This week's challenge at I am the Diva is a UMT (use my tangle) with the tangle Seton.  I really like this pattern - it is kind of Art Deco-y, which I love.  It also reminds me of a quilt, and being a quilter I couldn't resist emphasizing that aspect of the pattern. 





This particular tangle is a little larger than normal - about 7" x 7" because I wanted to have room for all the detail of the patterns.

Have a decorative week!

21 comments:

  1. This looks like a festive wreath banner. I love all the variations. and the bar decorations too. So, you going to make this as a quilt?

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  2. Ooooo... I bet you've got some great quilts....

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  3. Beautiful - love the way you used the border tangles as your line work.

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  4. Very nice, My quilting is pretty much as bad as my tangling imagination.

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  5. You did something very creative with this Seton, I do like it.

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  6. On dirait des carreaux de faïence!

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  7. I love your Tile, Kia. Beautiful draftsmanship on all of your pattern elements. Such a creative design A great Quiltangle and a very creative response to the Seton Challenge.

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  8. Oh - that is a very nice variation of seton! Looks so pretty :-)

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  9. Wow, you put beautiful details in Seton!

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  10. Very nice with a playground for many tangles! Well done!

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  11. Extremely pretty! I love all the detail you put into this work.

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  12. I love how you varied the arcs...so pretty!

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  13. I like the variation in your circles, nice done

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  14. Tolle Fliese und sehr schöne Muster

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  15. Your drawing made me smile :)
    What a creative and fresh approach to this grid pattern.
    Beautiful

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  16. Great variations, Kia! Just as a patchwork quilt would be. A good concept very well executed! Have a brilliant day! c

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  17. Yes, art deco-y is a good explanation for the design. I like the up close interpretation and detail in your work, it gives such a great perspective when people do that. I tend to be more literal so I always enjoy seeing it from this different angle.

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  18. I love all the patterns you have used. I keep looking at it up close to see the detail on each of them.

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  19. Ah! I'd love to have this in tile, as a backsplash in my kitchen. The midtones you have achieved in the details are just so nice. A lovely piece!

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  20. Beautifully done and very creative! Lovely.

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  21. I so so so LOVE LOVE LOVE this - I think it is totally amazing!!!

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2014/11/diva-umt-seton-challenge-entry/

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