Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Weekly Challenge - #199 Hitched

Happy New Year. Wasn't it lovely to enjoy the holidays and play? I hadn't done any quilling in forever, and it was great getting back to it. The Duchess "D" is complete!

For this week's Diva Challenge, we were given Hitched. I'd missed my challenge challenge over the holidays!

Patterns used: Hitched, Yincut, Aquafleur (sorta), and Scrolled Feather

13 comments:

  1. I like the way you incorporated two other tangles right inside of Hitched! Great effect.

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  2. I love this so much. I keep looking at it and it makes me smile.

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  3. Duchess, your quilled D is simply elegant!! You did a magnificent job on it!I have to agree, I have not done any quilling in a while. I do miss it. I feel the need to work on a big project, although I know that it takes quite a while to finish one though! I think that is one reason why I got hooked onto Zentangle, because I can finish a project so much quicker. Quilling definitely takes patience!!! Yours really is beautiful!!! I love your Zentangle tile! Your Aquafleur is pretty, it also reminds me of 'Pepper'. you did a fantastic job! Keep up the beautiful creativity!! Happy New Year! :0) Annette Oh, please check out the blog of Zoe Brener. 'My Specialist' She does quilling and Zentangle too. She does beautiful work!!

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  4. Your tile is beautiful and the D is gorgeous! I love the 3D effect in it.

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  5. I like this variant of Hitched what a super idea.

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  6. Awesome Hitched Challenge Tile, Duchess. Love the use of Aquafleur and Yin Cut in Hitched. Very creative. Your Scrolled Feather pattern is beautiful. Love your Quilled D.

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  7. Cool version of Hitched (a la Aquafleur)! Nicely done. Really like your quilled "D" too!

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  8. great what you did for this challenge.

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  9. Love your execution of Hitched (this tangle has so much potential for variation). Your quilled letter is fantastic. I dug out some of my old quilled work and scanned it in so I can post it on my blog.

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  10. ooo the ever evasive hitched aquafleur peppermint sea flower. I love it!

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