A couple of things to note:
Step 1: Try to keep your COLUMNS lined up. It will matter in step three.
Step 3: Start each figure 8 in the middle of the space so they're relatively symmetrical. If they're too high or too low, your step four will look wonky. And nobody likes a wonky unbatz.
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Cool pattern! I missed this when you posted it. I just added it to my pile. I'll have to give it a try soon.ReplyDelete
Yes it does - you are too funny. So glad I found your site - you do a nice job.ReplyDelete
love this. thanks for posting the instructions :)ReplyDelete
Lovely pattern, Sandy, and some great variations. I love how you've displayed the variations in such a gorgeous design. Also, exploring your blog, I really like the way that you don't just give the step-outs, but you also give specific instructions and pitfalls to look out for. Really cool. Thank you!ReplyDelete
"Nobody likes a wonky unbatz" - !!! Ha ha ha! I can only second that sentiment!ReplyDelete
Thanks for a new fun Tangle.ReplyDelete
thanks, sandy, I will include this in next week's tangles on Zentangle All Around <3ReplyDelete