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From School Teaching to Art and Craft Representative I have learned that I love to teach Art & Craft and see the joy that discovering their creativity brings to people's faces. I live in Queensland Australia & love the laid back lifestyle and the crazy Aussie sense of humour.

I share my art and craft adventures, products and knowledge on my blogs creativedoodlingwithjudy.blogspot.com & celticknotswithjudy.blogspot.com

My favourite trend? Teaching those who think they have no artistic or creative ability to discover they have.

Thursday, 23 August 2012

Celtic Knot Challenge 2

CELTIC KNOT CHALLENGE 2

As there seems to be so much interest in Celtic Knots I have decided to issue another challenge. I have listed instructions if you wish to draw your own. If you do not wish to draw it out then you can copy and paste the template below.

I would love to see your finished designs. Please leave a link below so we can all enjoy your work.

Happy Doodling.

As I am still working out how to use the Mr Linky Wizard I accidentally ended the Challenge 2 Linky so I have decided to add the Challenge 3 a day early.

  I am so sorry about that. 

If any of you have an entry for Challenge 2 that you have not posted yet just email it to me and I will post them. You only have until tomorrow Friday 31st August.


1. Faith
2. Steph S
3. Aquarius
4. Fiona D
5. Lyn Phillips
6. Creating
7. Diana (Didisch)
8. Tanya
9. Aquarius
10. Paula Ponton (PEP)
11. Ninna
12. Cathy Cusson
13. seven

17 comments:

  1. Difficult. I used the string provided, otherwise I would probably have given up. I'm not really sure I enjoyed doing it.....

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    1. I am impressed you had a go Faith. Good on you. I love to challenge people but do not want to turn people off. I appreciate your honest feedback.

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  2. I will admit I will probably use a straightedge and radius template. Being a draftperson, I do insist on some perfection in my dwgs.

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    1. I am not a purist. Whatever gets the job done is fine by me.

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  3. I enjoyed this challenge and I like drawing the celtic knots even though my lines aren't as neat as they could be. The spaces to fill in were a bit small for aything detailed I found - I worked on a 3.5 inch tile.

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    1. I only put this up to get you started. If you want to do my challenge and change the spacing, fine by me. I love that you had a go on such a small tile. I work in A5 which is 8 1/4" x 5 3/4" or A4 which is twice that size. I will try to post challenges that allow for more space on the tiles.

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  4. Another fun challenge, I enjoyed drawing the knot freestyle, although you need to ignore a couple of wee mistakes I made. Thanks

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  5. I am glad you enjoyed the challenge Fiona. I will try to keep you motivated.

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  6. You started a very inspiring blog. Thank you for doing that. I will follow your blog and posted my first rendition.

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  7. Thank you Creating for your feedback. I am having a great time doing it, so am very glad you are enjoying what I am posting.

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  8. Thanks for this challenge Judy! I was so grateful for the template you provided - I've seen a lot of people drawing their own, so I'm going to try that, too :)

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  9. Hey Judy Thanks for this challenge. I have had such fun drawing these knots, love it. I don't have a blog so don't know how to post pics. When are you coming to S.A. to teach us the finer points of zentangle????
    Mary

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  10. Thank you for the challenge! I read your blog all the time; thought it was time to communicate. I printed out your template but also appreciate the instructions for drawing one. :)
    Tanya

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    1. I am glad you enjoy my blog. Let me know if you have any ideas to improve what I post.

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  11. Thank you for the celtic knot! I really loved to do it, and added a little bit of colors to this time!
    Ninna

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  12. Thank you for this wonderfull Blog and for this challenge.

    seven

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  13. Thank you Ninna and Seven for your feed back. Let me know if you have any ideas to improve what I am doing.

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