Saturday, November 10, 2007

Tis The Season Starting!

Holiday Season has started. I've already had a couple of shows with good results - more of my jewelry have found new homes and here are a few of my favorites that are now adorning their happy new owners.African Opal Cube necklace with sterling silver beads and toggle clasp
Mother of pearl chips with glass beads
Chaos Freeform beaded pendant
This necklace is one of my early works. Copper delicas with glass beads.
Freeform Peyote with wire frame bracelet
Sophisticated Squares Bracelet (Step By Step Beads magazine Nov/Dec 2007).
I made several of these and they all sold!
Dragon's Lair Freeform Peyote Bracelet
My entry for the October Etsy Beadweavers Challenge "A Study in Monochrome"

7 comments:

jill Q said...

Everything is just beautiful! Beadweaving fascinates me, but I don't think I have the patience . . . or eyesight. lol

I think the wire framed bracelet is my favorite. So cool!!

Sue Lawrence-Nester said...

Your beading is most excellent. I used to bead quite a bit until my eyes got all wierd b/c of the RA.

What wonderful area to live in and sell in!! I am jealous. All the Guilds, Societies, Museums and Boutiques.

The entire TeamEJA should visit you and do a show. That would be so cool.

Sue Lawrence-Nester said...

PS> Thanks for having the Talent Data Base link...I signed up on it yesterday.

Handmade Bead Jewelry said...

Your beadwork is fabulous! And your creativity and attention to detail are impressive. Congratulations on your success. Reena Handmade Bead Jewelry

Contrariwise said...

I made one of those bracelets from Nov/Dec 2007 Step by Step beads. It turned out great (and I also sold it).

But no more beadweaving for me. I just don't have the patience.

Contrariwise said...

My mistake. It couldn't have been the same bracelet/instructions because I made that bracelet over a year ago.

The Lone Beader said...

Wow! I love the bracelets you made! I have a weakness for funky bracelets! Cheers from Boston=:) :D

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