It's Monday which means it's time for a new Diva challenge! This week's challenge is to use the tangle Sankegg by Maria Vennekens.
This is my first time working with this pattern. I love the look of it and the many options for filling in the spaces. I went to grab a tile to start tangling, when I decided to try a monotangle (a single pattern throughout the design) on a Zendala tile. To date, I've only done pre-strung Zendala tiles. I love filling in all of the smaller shapes and watching the symmetrical design take shape. I grabbed a blank Zendala tile and started my Sankegg shapes. I like how they curved a bit at times with the variation in size. Next I filled in more Sankegg strands either behind another one (Hollibaugh style) or branching off of an existing strand.
I sat there trying to decide how to fill in the triangles. At first I was very tempted to put a tiny Paradox in each one--I'm addicted to that tangle and use it in almost every triangle that I create. I figured they'd be too small for the look. I went to my second favorite triangle shape--Munchin.
Can you find where I started drawing my Sankegg strands?