Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Challenge #77 - UMT Fiore di Pietro

I was very moved by Rho Densmore's tangle pattern tribute to her brother-in-law who recently passed away unexpectedly.  She came up with a beautiful pattern called Fiore di Pietro (Peter's Flower).  She shared the steps for this lovely pattern and then invited her fellow CZT's (and others) to use this pattern to create tiles that she wanted to collect as part of a memorial she was compiling as a surprise for her family.  I thought this was such a special gesture and found that this 6" x 6" ZIA pretty much drew itself - I just let it flow.  I'm very happy that The Diva chose this pattern for this week's challenge (see link button at right) so I can share my take on Rho's tangle.  I hope that all this week's participants will think of Rho's family as they honor her brother-in-law.
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12 comments:

  1. This is so lovely. Your circles are so uniform. Love the shading, and the corners as well. I'm sure Rho will love this one.

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  2. Great, your tile shows how versatile Fiore di Pietro is.

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  3. What a lovely design!

    Annemarie Huijts

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  4. This is a fabulous tribute. Wonderfully done and fantastic shading!

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  5. This is so awesome! It's like a beautiful quilt:)

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  6. Very beautiful tile, done with perfection.

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  7. The tile is stunning! Love what you did with the corners!

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  8. It should be framed and hung on the wall. It is delicate and yep, a work of art!

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  9. This is really lovely. Great work!
    (Why can't we see people's comments directly on your blog?)

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Thanks for your comments - Tangle On!