Yuma by tina-akua hunziker, CZT® this is my second pattern. yuma is a north-american-indian name and means: son of the chief. i just like the sound and meaning a lot. you never know, if what you discovered is a new pattern, somewhere in the world somebody drawed it already may be.....or next day you finde this your "new pattern" on a table-cloth in a friends house. anyway, i made a zendala in spring-time, lisa (she's a CZT 15 too....that would be an other story), asked me about the name of the pattern in this zendala.
that's how i discovered my own pattern.thanks to lisa, if not her , may be i would never have made a step-out for yuma. and thanks to lhttp://tanglepatterns.com/, any tangle i finde it's new and i make a step-out, i like it to be tested and registered by linda.
kaurikunda by tina-akua hunziker, CZT
i call this pattern kaurikunda, because kauri is the german spelling for cowrie-shell, kunda means family in wolof, one of many west-african-languages.since i started to like african music, since then i use them as juwel, to make games.....and i just like to have them around me. if you like to read more about,go on http://tanglepatterns.com.
i wish you a happy tangeling.