Monthly Archives: June 2018

Playing With The Tangle PUF

This week’s challenge is to draw a monotangle tile with Carole Ohl’s tangle, PUF.

Monotangle is a term coined by The Diva, Laura Harms, meaning  “a tile or piece comprised of ONLY ONE tangle and it’s tangleations.”

Using a tile I cut from Mixed Media paper, I decided to see what would happen if I put the tangle in a “wonky” grid. After I completed the tile I realized that my “wonky grid” wasn’t so wonky after all. But, because I always show the first tile I complete for a challenge, it is what it is.

The middle uses the tangle as a border and the right side is drawn using a Micron 08 pen instead of an 01.

Although it isn’t my favorite tile, I learned a lot doing it.

Here is my tile for this week:

Tangle used: PUF

Be sure to check out Laura’s blog to see how others have responded to this week’s challenge.  I hope that you find these tiles as inspiring and educational as I do.  I always learn something from those who post their tiles.  Thank you to all of you.  🙂

And thank you to all who viewed my new book, Tips for Tangling,  on Amazon. com  🙂  and a huge THANK YOU to those who purchased a copy.

Until next time,
Sending smiles,



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