First up, a confession: when I use this tangle on my cards I measure out the starting dots with a ruler. When you see my non-measured step by step you’ll see why!
You can find the official tutorial here and let’s be honest, you should definitely check that out because it’s twenty times better than my attempt.
You can already see it gets wider at the bottom.
The trick for the next part is to turn the paper 90 degrees so you’re drawing the lines the same way as the last lot.
It’s funny, I obviously have a bias in my sense of spatial awareness, as most of the vertical shapes are very thin and the horizontal ones are very wide. But at the time I would have sworn my grid of dots was even!
But even wonky like that I love the look of Huggins. Tessellating shapes just make me happy, so I like using it as the background for birthday and congratulations cards. It’s also quite fun that the right shading can make it look as though the shapes go over and under one another like a weaving. I still need to work on my shading though.
So what do you think of Huggins? Like it or leave it? Let me know in the comments!