Inspired by this, I decided to free Camelia from her grid for my take on this week's Diva Challenge.
In the first tile I let the tangle form three arcs across the tile and filled and prettified each a little differently. I like the movement in the lower two - following the line with my eye feels a bit like following the old helter skelter. And the uppermost arc reminds me of a laurel wreath crown.
On the second I imagined the tangle wrapping three solid spheres. Once I'd drawn the basic lines (great practice for parallels!) I had fun with filling and spirals and edging. They look like very peculiar watermelons!
If the first tile takes a few steps away from the original tangle, the second has crossed the road entirely. And I'm left wondering - is there such a thing as a tangleation too far? I like how it looks - but I hope that enough of the heart of the tangle remains for it's creator to still recognise it.