Thursday, June 19, 2014

Auraknot and Mooka Intertwined

I am posting these step outs with the understanding that you already know how to draw both tangles. If you do not know these tangles, follow the links AURAKNOT and MOOKA to see how they are done.

These four tiles were drawn free hand so they are not exact from step to step. I numbered the Mooka so you could keep track if they look a bit different from the one before.


1.To start, I draw one full round of Auraknot followed then by two Mooka.


2. Again, draw a round of Auraknot followed by two (or as many as you would like) Mooka


3. Now I switch and draw the Mooka first and then another round of Auraknot


4. You can stop at any time with this. I have added two more Mooka and then several more rounds of Auraknot. I feel the added Auraknot lines add to the "inter-twininess"



Have fun with this. I is also fun to add some Mooka curling out!


10 comments:

  1. Thanks for the step-outs! It's so much easier to figure it out from these.

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  2. Thanks for posting this. It does make it a lot simpler to figure out.

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    1. You are all so very welcome! I am pleased that I could help.

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  3. Beautiful weaving! Thanks for sharing the steps, can't wait to try it!

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  4. Wicked! I love how it looks so complicated and yet is so easy once you know the trick. So perfectly zentangle!

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  5. Just lovely! I hope I can find time to try this.

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  6. Thank you so much for the step outs! Going to give it a try!

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  7. Debra! Thanks so much for the step outs. This is exactly what I'd hoped to try to create, but had no idea as to where to start! You're amazing! AND you've created a beautiful piece of art, too! Lisa

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  8. Oh My - just the inspiration I needed tonight, appreciate your generosity in sharing this. Thanks

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