Thursday, November 21, 2013

Quib

3.5" square  Quib and Mak-rah-mee

It is 8 pm EST.  It is raining steadily in Central Florida...a good soaking rain...no lighting or thunder or wind...gentle on the roof and watering the hibiscus!  It is still 73 outside...warm and humid like a July night in Wisconsin.  (It is snowing at our cabin and 32 degrees in northern WI right now.)  ARGHHH.
By Saturday night WI temps will drop to 3 degrees!  

But tonight inside the music is playing softly in the studio and I am immersed in the moment gently watching Quib unfold on my Zentangle for the Diva's challenge this week.  I have snipped off the corners to make the tile "rounded" with my new "corner snipper".  (Who knew they made something for this!)

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!








8 comments:

  1. It looks beautiful on the black tile! I'm in MN. and not liking this cold! Lucky you in Florida!

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  2. Love how you used the grey tones for Quib and whites for Mak-rah-mee and how well they go together. I'm in CT and not liking our cold either. I grew up in FL.

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  3. A corner snipper, never heard of that. I wonder if they are sold in the Netherlands, but I'll try to find it.
    Your Quib tile is very beautiful.

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  4. Thank you very much for the mail about the snipper, if I can buy it here, i'll let you know.
    Annemarie

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  5. This looks really beautiful on a black time. I love the shading, very striking! Anne, not sure if this helps, but "We R Memory Keepers" makes a few nice Corner Chompers, with different size corners.

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  6. I like the knot woven in in all white in the background.

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  7. I tried quib for the first time recently and I am discovering it is so suitable for many things. Yours looks great in white on black! Very cool creation!

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  8. You added lots of depth with white..,.i think that's pretty hard to do! Well done!

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