Mar 28, 2015 - my tangles    8 Comments

new pattern – paki

I saw the cutest child’s toy – an elephant. It had a very simple design and lead to the creation of this pattern – paki (short for pachyderm). You can see the stocky elephant legs and curve of the ear.

Here are a couple of tiles using the pattern.


tangle patterns: paki, blips, & reticulated
materials: 3½” square tile, black micron, #2 pencil


tangle patterns: paki & rixty
materials: 3½” square tile, black micron, #2 pencil

8 Comments

  • Lovely pattern! Thanks for sharing, Lori.
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  • I like the playfulness of your second tile. Are you going to put up a step out for this pattern?
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    • I’m going to guess that the first image didn’t come through for you. The steps for drawing paki are there. I’ll give the post a run through to see why it possibly didn’t show for you.

  • Lori, Paki is so cute. I look forward to trying it this weekend, yes I shall tackle straight lines

  • Cute! Fun! I printed out your post instantly. I love your tiles. (They were printed out too.) Had to shrink things a tiny bit to fit it all on one page, but the holes are already punched so it will be – Ta! Da! – alphabetized, in my binder, momentarily.

  • I love your simple tangles, they give a “WOW” effects. Thanks for sharing~
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  • I like this pattern. To find it in children´s toy! Thats wonderful!

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