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Monday, February 3, 2014

Caged Butterflies


Jailed Johnnie is a toughie.  
One of my problems was no matter how I drew it, I saw butterflies.
So call mine "caged butterflies.

15 comments:

  1. You are right, there are butterflies in this tangle. I like how you went with the flow of what you were seeing. Very nice.

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  2. I see also butterflys, but i love your way of tangle this pattern. Maybe when you draw 3 petals instead of 2 you don't see butterflys anymore.;-)))))))

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  3. Carmela has a point. If you draw 3 or more petals, you won't have butterflies anymore. I for one love butterflies, so I really love what you did here. I may have to change the focus of my tile to include butterflies. Hmmm

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  4. This tile flows so beautifully; I like the tangle used as a border too!

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  5. I like how you did the pattern, and I think Carmela and Audrie are right, I wanted to suggest the same: more petals, BUT I love butterflies, so I think 2 petals look great,for making butterflies out of jailed johnny. I especially love the butterflies in the center.

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  6. Great interpretation of the challenge! It's fun to see the caged butterflies instead of the Jailed Johnnies.

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  7. Love the way that you caged the Johnny in with the loops over the central part.

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  8. Wonderful tile! I like your way to vary the tangle into butterflies! Very pretty!

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  9. Definitely butterflies, but at first I saw a staircase too. Really like it :)

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  10. I really like your butterflies version of Jailed Johnny too - and I LOVE the way you incorporated Floatfest!

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  11. I love your butterflies! And I agree with Sue… what a great way to meld this with FloatFest! Brava!

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  12. Great combination of tangles. It is interesting how people can see so many different variations with the same tangle.

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  13. Yes, butterflies everywhere on this. Love it!

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