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I’m back with three very different makes. The first is one of the creations I made last year but never got the strength to blog at the time, and the other two are this year’s makes. Hope you like them. If you’ve got the time leave me a comment to say what you think. Thank you.
This is a broach I made for myself last year. The stone is Jasper. I did some very simple soutach together with some wire work coils. The photo is appearing a bit green on my screen but it isn’t in real life.
This is a glasses holder I made for my mother. Her old one had broken. The first time it was at the end where the glasses are attached so I was able to repair it with findings from my stash, but this time it was the jewellery wire that had broken, and I decided it was time to make her a new one. This is made using a bag of assorted purple seed beads.
This is a bangle – made using the Kleshna bangle making loom and yarn made from sari silk cuttoffs.
When he saw this my nephew said it looked very “celtic” – in other words, ethnic or might have been the type of thing worn in olden times.
Three completely different makes I’m sure you’ll agree.
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