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W2 And Then Some: the Stencil

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W2 And Then Some: the Stencil

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Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Craft type: Drawing & drafting

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After having the pleasure of being able to take this class with Margaret Bremner, it was obvious to many in attendance that setting up the initial large W2 on the Opus tile was challenging.

I was already thinking "I need a stencil for this!" before I was through drawing my wobbly lines between my uneven rows of boxes.

The stencil is 10.5" square (Opus tile) with both rounded and square corners - for lining up with an Opus tile or a cut piece of card stock of the same size.

Simply trace the box outlines and then fill them in with ink. Connect them as you would with the W2 tangle pattern. There are lines engraved on the stencil that show the connections.

Variations:

1. After penciling in the small boxes, insert a circle in ink instead of filling in the square - and change your straight connecting lines to curved lines. This will result in a large version of the Huggins tangle, which can then be completed similarly to the W2 project!

2. Instead of straight connecting lines, vary them slightly - wavy/wobbly will give more of a relaxed design, Same is true with the squares; you can vary the sizes (keep location approximately the same) and have a more unique design.

There is plenty of info about this class on Margaret's blog post:
After having the pleasure of being able to take this class with Margaret Bremner, it was obvious to many in attendance that setting up the initial large W2 on the Opus tile was challenging.

I was already thinking "I need a stencil for this!" before I was through drawing my wobbly lines between my uneven rows of boxes.

The stencil is 10.5" square (Opus tile) with both rounded and square corners - for lining up with an Opus tile or a cut piece of card stock of the same size.

Simply trace the box outlines and then fill them in with ink. Connect them as you would with the W2 tangle pattern. There are lines engraved on the stencil that show the connections.

Variations:

1. After penciling in the small boxes, insert a circle in ink instead of filling in the square - and change your straight connecting lines to curved lines. This will result in a large version of the Huggins tangle, which can then be completed similarly to the W2 project!

2. Instead of straight connecting lines, vary them slightly - wavy/wobbly will give more of a relaxed design, Same is true with the squares; you can vary the sizes (keep location approximately the same) and have a more unique design.

There is plenty of info about this class on Margaret's blog post:

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