31 May 2011

rip... trip... strip... stripe... oh, yes... Stripes!


A tile created for soul sister, Susan and her man, Keith... with love.

This is (for a change) a purely pictoral blog post,
for The Diva's Weekly Challenge, 


Still tangling my way through
my love affair with life!

20 comments:

  1. Love it! You've really got the feel of the action!

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  2. I really enjoy this one, the softening at the top gives it an ethereal feel. Susan and Keith will be so pleased. I always enjoy seeing your process Kit!

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  3. Very cool and I loved how you showed the process! Thank you!!!

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  4. Awesome! I am a newbie to Tangles, and I love seeing the process..thank you!

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  5. Thanks for showing the steps of your beautiful tile.

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  6. Oh, very nice! Thank you for sharing your steps :)

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  7. Thank you for showing your work in different stages. Lovely work--as always!

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  8. Great work Kit love watching the process of it coming together

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  9. Very pretty! Loved seeing each step come to life!

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  10. Fun and fabulous.....plus very educational! I love how you blog!

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  11. Thanks for showing the steps.. love it..

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  12. I really enjoyed seeing the steps to your work..I've only been at this for a couple of months so appreciate seeing the process! Love your blog!! Thanks!

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  13. Your work is amazing! Thanks for sharing your process for creating this tile. I feel inspired!!!

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  14. What a great tile and a great gift!

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  15. Thanks for sharing the steps - reminds me of a fantastical train station, fading into the mist of a passing train. The banner is beautifully done!

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  16. Another wonderful piece! Missing your posts, hope all is well down under.

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  17. Hallo! hallo! You there??? we miss you.....everything ok? need to hear your comments once in a while to keep us on our toes......m

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  18. As I've said before, Kit, you are my inspiration. Loved meeting you in Providence.

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