Diva Challenge #165 … “Camelia”

This week’s challenge was to use the pattern “Camelia”  created by Ann Marks.  This pattern had me practicing over and over before I could figure out which direction I was supposed to go!  Needless to say, I’m not much of a “grid” person, so I had grids drawn all over my practice paper many times, even using a ruler!!!  But, in my quest to complete the challenges every week, I was bound and determined that I would get something done.  Not sure I succeeded fully in this one, but I’ll just keep practicing until I can get it all put together.

To see how creative others were with this pattern, check out the Diva’s blog for all the entries.


11 responses to “Diva Challenge #165 … “Camelia”

  1. I think that you did well with this. I am surprised by the number of people who posted that they had difficulty with it as a grid. I think the nice thing about this tangle is that it works well both ways. I did not even think about doing it as a grid. Nice color and shading on this also.

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  2. I like this. Found a class in Las Vegas, hope to start soon.
    I love seeing your designs.



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  3. Leslie – Go try it …. I know you will love it!

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  4. I like your garden and Camelia is beautiful here.

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  5. Beautiful botanical ZIA 🙂

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  6. I like it….I’m not so hot with grids either. Sometimes they come out so…blocky. I’m going to CZT in June too, maybe I’ll see you there!

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  7. So beautiful garden! Your Camelia is very lovely!

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  8. Now that is one sweet tile!

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  9. Great ZIA! I wish I had a garden now.


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