|MoFins with Hollyhock|
And now, check out the new tangle I have for you! That's it in the border above. (Hollyhock, by Jason Lau, is in the middle.) I've been playing around with it since early April, stumbling into it as we were driving home from Moab Utah. I struggled with the name for a while. It was nearly LeaMo ( for LEAving MOab) but it just didn't sound quite right. Eventually I got my husband in on the act. As my other tangles (i.e. Maryhill, Skwim) were named after places, I wanted to include our Moab adventure somehow. He suggested MoFins after a jeep trail called Fins and Things at Moab. It just seems to fit!
Lots of variations here, you can pick and choose what steps to use! Here is the original version.
|MoFins (1 of 5)|
|MoFins (2of 5)|
But sometimes elegance is simpler.
|MoFins (3 of 5)|
|MoFins (4 of 5)|
|MoFins (5 of 5)|
You can use the first step as a string and fill with tangles.
|MoFins as string for tangles.|
Why not consider the first step as reticula? What about fragments?
|MoFins (string/tangles & fragments)|
Border examples in my bullet journal.
|MoFins border examples|
Playing with white ink on black paper.
|MoFins example white on black|
Just having fun.
|MoFins monotangle (with Tipple)|