A-Z Challenge: G is for Grids, Gewurtz, and Gingham


Many tangle patterns are worked on a grid. These designs, thought often simple, can be very effective, and when you add a little shading, they can look rather stunning!

12439280_10156636677970386_6250835631074766573_nGewurtz is an official tangle worked in a grid sequence. This little sample patch took me all of two minutes to complete, and shows that you can tangle a small space very quickly and effectively, Sometimes the scrappy look is rather nice, whereas other times a more precise finish is preferred. This can look good either way. You can also vary the fill for the areas – it doesn’t have to be plain black and white! See the step by step guide on how to draw this tangle HERE.

10454302_10156636677955386_6703674867857433808_nGingham is another official tangle worked in a grid. Again, it can be very quick and easy, or you can take your time and go for a really precise, clean look. See the step by step guide to drawing this tangle HERE.

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2 thoughts on “A-Z Challenge: G is for Grids, Gewurtz, and Gingham

    1. That’s my source. Where unofficial tangles are shown, I’m crediting the person who created it where possible. One so far (Artoo) was created by The Diva, and one other so far (Bing) was created by me, and both were credited as unofficial tangles. 🙂

      I have submitted several tangles of my own to the site in the hopes that they will be made official. Bing is one of them. 🙂

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