Monday, August 12, 2013

Zendala Dare #69

Another intriguing template from Erin at www.thebrightowl.blogspot.com. Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition starts this coming weekend, and portends the ending of the summer. Other signs are the slowing of grass and plant growth in the garden, but also a bounty of vegetables, peaches and corn on the cob. And that is the inspiration for my choice of tangles - purk sort of looks like corn, kuke for the lovely cucumbers, and pepper forms the husks for the corn. Ok, so I'm stretching it, but it was fun doing this dare, as usual. Thanks Erin, and thanks to those of you who look, and extra thanks for those who comment - it's always appreciated.

7 comments:

creadala.blogspot.com said...

Your is also very nice! greets Viola Netherland!

Anne's tangle blog said...

Beatiful Sue! Kings Crown as a border is fantastic.

Jean Chaney said...

Sue, I love your use of purk. I am in a fall bookmarker swap and I was thinking of doing corn with printemps, but, I think I MUST borrow your idea! Thanks!

Kelly said...

Sue I like that you used purk. I just posted my link then decided to see what every one else did. Seems like we think a like. I like what you did with this challenge. The patterns compliment each other.

Donald Wilka said...

Purk looks very good in this. I also like the different flow of the lines. They compliment each other well.

Tricia, CZT said...

Nice work here! Clear, crisp tangles... and simply elegant border hugs it all together.

Melkota said...

Beautiful zendala - "clean" and contrast!