Montag, 8. Dezember 2014

here the step-out for "NIURODA",i was inspiered by a postcard which i got from my aunt. i named it "NIURODA", because i like (to dance/fight) capoeira. we use to stand in a circle and 2 capoeiristas are performing in the center. that's what we call roda. because of zen the pattern became "NIURODA"


and here 2 ZIAs :



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  1. I love this Pattern, Akua. Very creative. There is a lot of power in your design. Your examples are beautiful.

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  2. I can't wait to try this. Your ZIAs are beautiful!

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  3. I love your colour tiles. And I also love the layout of your step-outs. Are you using Bijou tiles for the steps?

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    1. ja, bijou....die idee stammt von beate winkler aus hamburg. ich habe keinen drucker, so kann ich die blätter die eigens dafür gemacht sind nicht ausdrucken....und vergesse halt immer jemanden um den gefallen zu bitten. mir gefällt diese lösung aber gut, wenn ich beim letzten step-out-tile die falsche linie mit rot b.z.w. mit schwarz gezeichnet habe, nehme ich eben ein neues tile.

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  4. Great pattern, and your tiles are beautiful!

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  5. Niuroda is absolutely a favorite. I only discovered it a couple of weeks ago, and find myself putting it EVERYWHERE! So much texture and movement. Good work

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  6. Oops, no way to add: May I have permission to share the step out for this pattern at our local gathering, where people in our area get together once a month to share patterns, techniques, resources, etc? We always like to have a pattern or two to show people, and I'd love to let people know about Niuroda. If you'd like to know more about our gathering you can visit our blog
    intermountaintanglers (dot) blogspot (dot) com.

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  7. Somehow I missed this one. Very nice. I like the implied movement.

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