Hi and welcome back to the Chrissie Murphy Designs Blog. This week’s Magnified Fragment is B16. So without further ado, let’s get into it, have a look at the enhancer we’ll be using. I’ve also included links to some resources you might find helpful for this week.
This Week’s Magnified Fragment is B16
Here’s a quick sketch of what the fragment looks like as a reference for you.
This week’s Magnified Fragment Enhancer is Shaving Tangles
Shaving tangles is a concept developed and deconstructed by Margaret Bremner, CZT. Margaret describes her technique of shaving tangles as the following:
Margaret says that just about any tangle can be changed by shaving it, but her blog post goes on to explain how some tangles work better than others.
Make sure you check out Margaret’s blog post below to fully understand her technique.
Some resources to help you with this week’s Magnified Fragment
Margaret explains the technique of shaving tangles on her website. You can visit her blogpost about shaving tangles by using this link.
Here’s a couple of images of tiles that Margaret has created showcasing her technique.
Hopefully the examples above give you a good idea of what we’re focusing on this week.
If you have any ideas for an enhancer in Part 2 of the Project, leave me a comment and we’ll feature them in upcoming fragments.
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