On CZT Margaret Bremner's latest post, she introduces the concept of "Floating Cubine". An intriguing idea with absolutely wonderful results as Margaret illustrates.
Click here see how she achieves even greater depth to this magical tangle by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts.
Let's use Cubine this week - and a few other tangles - along with this string ~
|IAST String #240 by Adele Bruno, CZT|
Elirob by Judy Murphy
This is one of the newer tangles on TanglePatterns and Margaret uses it in one of her example tiles for Floating Cubine. Let's give it a try, too.
Flukes by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts
I tend to tangle this in the opposite direction of the step out on TanglePatterns. It shows the aura facing downward - either way, that tangle is beautiful.
Cubine by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts
Click here for Margaret Bremner's tutorial on Cubine.
Won't this be FUN?!
Just pencil in the string - keeping in mind that it is a suggestion - and let the tangles lead the way.
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