This week is packed with wonderful reasons to celebrate. Our Canadian tanglers enjoy Thanksgiving on Monday and in the United States, we observe Columbus Day.
On a personal note, our newest granddaughter is due and our Isabella leaves the teenage world as she turns 20 on Monday.
Let's just resolve to make life a continuous celebration, shall we? At the very least let's continue to accentuate the positive and all that is good.
On that note, let's begin with this string ~
|IAST String #263 by Adele Bruno, CZT|
Kettling by CZT Ria Matheussen
Ria is such a positive force in the tangling world. This is her latest posted on TanglePatterns.
Columbus "sailed the ocean blue", and this tangle looks lovely straight-lined (calm) or curved (wavy) like the sea.
Sails by Helen Williams
This is a grid based pattern has lovely lines and a fitting name.
Ahh by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts
This tangle is meant to add to the overall fun of the week :)
Keep in mind that strings are merely suggestions. As with all IAST adventures, simply pencil in the string and let the tangles lead the way.
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