The results of IAST #265 were just posted this morning. If you missed them, click here to view the Cannie Corns treats.
We had so much fun tangling with basic tangles last week, that I would like to do some of the same for IAST #266.
Let's begin with this string ~
|IAST #266 by Adele Bruno, CZT|
The tangles we will use include a few of Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas' that were added to several tiles in IAST #265 ~
This is a fan favorite, very versatile and adapts easily to string spaces.
For as long as this tangle has been around, this is its first debut on IAST.
This tangle begins with a grid and finishes up in unpredictably beautiful ways.
Click here to view these and all of Rick and Maria's tangles and links from around the web for step outs and instructions on TangleList.com.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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* Challenges are posted on Tuesdays.
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