Monthly Archives: November 2014

Keystone – a new tangle

Keystone – a new tangle

Hope all is well with everyone, this week before Thanksgiving (in the US). A lot has been going on lately: just finished one art show last weekend, one more to go this weekend.  If you live in the Albuquerque area, please come and see me, my sister, and some other wonderful artists at Christmas at Clear Light in Placitas, just north of Albuquerque. It’s exit 242 off of I-25, east 7 miles and on the right.  Follow the red signs and you can’t miss us.  There are other shows going on as well, so keep going past them (check them out on the way back), until you reach Clear Light Cedar Co.

So on to the post. I created a tangle called KEYSTONE and have posted the step outs below. It’s a pretty easy one, but seems to me that it lends itself to many variations. So please enhance at will.  I found the basic pattern on a bedspread at a friend’s house. There were many patterns in rows on this throw, but this one called out to be ‘deconstructed’ and turned into a tangle pattern.  Hope you enjoy it, I’d love to see what you do with it.

Here’s the pdf file if you want to download it. . . keystone

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