I hear there are worse spiders than the black widow, but I wouldn’t want one in my sleeping bag. Brick stitched earrings, 2″ long. Two strand coral necklace, 19″ with adjustable closure.
Dalmatian jasper and tiger eye. Eight strands. 18″.
Is this Victorian? I actually named it for the netted stitch that runs across the middle. Everything I know about beading I learned from books from the craft store or the library. I suppose I could have taken a class, but I’ve always appreciated diagrams and most stitches aren’t too difficult to figure out. I save my money for art metal class, which is considerably more challenging. Adjustable chain closure. 18″
I was just wondering how the news anchor women accessorize. I never see them wear the same thing twice. Do they buy or borrow? 19″
Serpentine and freshwater pearls. The big rock is Sam. Just kidding. I don’t know what it is. 19″.
Sister to the Green Cylinder Necklace. 21″. $80.
The focal bead is actually a tiny sculpture made with right angle weave and filled in with aventurine rounds. 18″
Adjustable chain closure. 20″
Occasionally, I will leaf through a bohemian chic catalog and see what the models are wearing. This necklace is inspired by a simple necklace I saw in Anthropologie. I began a more complicated version, consisting of individually woven leafy twigs built upon a woven chain. Before I realized what I was doing, it was too late to turn back. 20″
Cousin of the Three Strand Red and Blue and the Three Strand Blue and Red Necklaces. 21″
Sister of the Three Strand Blue and Red Necklace. 23″
There is something elegant about keeping it simple.